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MSI MS-6534 Micro Atx Mainboard
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|dsherwin||6:59pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010|
|O.K mobo only reason i give it only 4 stars is because it supports a max of only 533 FSB, and only has 2 RAM slots. but otherwise.|
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L-out L-in MIC
The mainboard provides a standard PS/2 mouse mini DIN connector for attaching a PS/2 mouse. You can plug a PS/2 mouse directly into this connector.
Pin Definition PIN SIGNAL Mouse DATA NC GND VCC Mouse Clock NC DESCRIPTION Mouse DATA No connection Ground +5V Mouse clock No connection
PS/2 Mouse (6-pin Female)
The mainboard provides a standard PS/2 keyboard mini DIN connector for attaching a PS/2 keyboard. You can plug a PS/2 keyboard directly into this connector.
Pin Definition PIN SIGNAL Keyboard DATA NC GND VCC Keyboard Clock NC DESCRIPTION Keyboard DATA No connection Ground +5V Keyboard clock No connection
PS/2 Keyboard (6-pin Female)
The mainboard provides a UHCI (Universal Host Controller Interface) Universal Serial Bus root for attaching USB devices such as keyboard, mouse or other USB-compatible devices. You can plug the USB device directly into ths connector.
USB Port Description PIN SIGNAL VCC -Data 0 +Data0 GND VCC -Data 1 +Data 1 GND DESCRIPTION +5V Negative Data Channel 0 Positive Data Channel 0 Ground +5V Negative Data Channel 1 Positive Data Channel 1 Ground
Parallel Port Connector
The mainboard provides a 25-pin female centronic connector for LPT. A parallel port is a standard printer port that supports Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) and Extended Capabilities Parallel Port (ECP) mode.
PIN 25 SIGNAL STROBE DATA0 DATA1 DATA2 DATA3 DATA4 DATA5 DATA6 DATA7 ACK# BUSY P E SELECT AUTO FEED# ERR# INIT# SLIN# GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND DESCRIPTION Strobe Data0 Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4 Data5 Data6 Data7 Acknowledge Busy Paper End Select Automatic Feed Error Initialize Printer Select In Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground
Serial Port Connectors: COM A & COM B
The mainboard has two 9-pin male DIN connectors for serial port COM A and COM B. You can attach a serial mouse or other serial devices.
Pin Definition 5
PIN 9 SIGNAL DCD SIN SOUT DTR GND DSR RTS CTS RI DESCRIPTION Data Carry Detect Serial In or Receive Data Serial Out or Transmit Data Data Terminal Ready) Ground Data Set Ready Request To Send Clear To Send Ring Indicate
9-Pin Male DIN Connectors
You can connect a joystick or game pad to this connector.
Audio Port Connectors
Line Out is to connect speakers or headphones. Line In is a connector for external CD player, Tape player or other audio devices. Mic is used to connect to a microphone.
Power Saving Switch Connector: JGS1
Attach a power saving switch to this connector. Pressing the switch once will have the system enter the sleep/suspend state. Press any key to wake up the system.
Wake On LAN Connector: JWOL1
This connector allows you to connect to a LAN card with Wake On LAN function. You can wake up the computer via remote control through a local area network.
5VSB GND MP_WAKEUP
Wake On Ring Connector: JMDM1 (Optional)
This connector allows you to connect to a modem card with Wake On Ring function. The connector will power up the system when a signal is received through the modem card.
5VSB NC MDM_WAKEUP GND 1 NC
Note: Modem wake-up signal is active low.
IrDA Infrared Module Connectors: IR1 & IR2
These connectors allow you to connect to IrDA Infrared modules. You must configure the setting through the BIOS setup to use the IR function. The difference between IR1 & IR2 is that IR2 is compliant to Intel Front Panel I/O Connectivity Design Guide.
IR2 Pin Definition Pin Signal 1 Not assigned 2 NC 3 VCC 4 GND 5 IRTX 6 IRRX
IR1 Pin Definition Pin Signal 1 VCC 2 NC 3 IRRX 4 GND 5 IRTX
Fan Power Connectors: C_FAN1/S_FAN1
The C_FAN1 (processor fan) and S_FAN1 (system fan) support system cooling fan with +12V. It supports three-pin head connector. When connecting the wire to the connectors, always take note that the red wire is the positive and should be connected to the +12V, the black wire is Ground and should be connected to GND. If the mainboard has a System Hardware Monitor chipset on-board, you must use a specially designed fan with speed sensor to take advantage of the CPU fan control.
SENSOR +12V GND
Note: 1. Always consult the vendor for proper CPU cooling fan. 2. CPU Fan supports the fan control. You can install the PC Alert utility that will automatically control the CPU Fan speed according to the actual CPU temperature.
CD-In/Aux Line-In/Modem-In Connector: CD_IN1/AUX_IN1/ MDM_IN1
You can clear CMOS by shorting 2-3 pin while the system is off. Then return to 1-2 pin position. Avoid clearing the CMOS while the system is on; it will WARNING! damage the mainboard.
The motherboard provides three 32-bit Master PCI Bus Slots, one AGP and one CNR slot.
AGP Slot PCI Slots CNR Slot
AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) Slot
The AGP slot allows you to insert the AGP 1.5V graphics card. AGP is an interface specification designed for the throughput demands of 3D graphics. It introduces a 66MHz, 32-bit channel for the graphics controller to directly access main memory and provides three levels of throughputs: 1x (266Mbps), 2x (533Mbps) and 4x (1.07Gbps).
Three PCI slots allow you to insert the expansion cards to meet your needs. When adding or removing expansion cards, make sure that you unplug the power supply first. Meanwhile, read the documentation for the expansion card to make any necessary hardware or software settings for the expansion card, such as jumpers, switches or BIOS configuration.
CNR (Communication Network Riser) Slot
The CNR slot allows you to insert the CNR expansion cards. CNR is a specially designed network, audio, or modem riser card for ATX family motherboards. Its main processing is done through software and controlled by the motherboards chipset.
PCI Interrupt Request Routing
The IRQ, abbreviation of interrupt request line and pronounced I-R-Q, are hardware lines over which devices can send interrupt signals to the microprocessor. The AGP/PCI/USB/AC97 codec IRQ pins are typically connected to the PCI bus INTA#-INTH# pins as follows:
Order 1 Order 2 Order 3 Order 4 AGP INT A# INT B#
PCI Slot 1 INT A# INT B# INT C# INT D# PCI Slot 2 INT B# INT C# INT D# INT A# PCI Slot 3 INT C# INT D# INT A# INT B# USB-1 USB-2 AC97 INT D# INT H# INT B#
AGP & PCI Slot 1 shared. PCI Slot 2 & AC97 shared. PCI Slot 1~3: Bus Master
AWARD BIOS Setup
Chapter 3. AWA R D B I O S Setup AWARD BIOS Setup
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If your motherboard comes with the AWARD BIOS ROM, read this chapter for an overview of the Award BIOS settings. AWARD BIOS ROM provides a Setup utility for users to modify the basic system configuration. The information is stored in a battery-backed CMOS RAM so it retains the Setup information when the power is turned off. The chapter contains the following topics: Entering Setup Control Keys Getting Help The Main Menu Standard CMOS Features Advanced BIOS Features Advanced Chipset Features Integrated Peripherals Power Management Setup PnP/PCI Configurations PC Health Status Frequency/Voltage Control Load Fail-Safe/Optimized Defaults Set Supervisor/User Password Save & Exit Setup Exit Without Saving
Power on the computer and the system will start POST (Power On Self Test) process. When the message below appears on the screen, press <DEL> key to enter Setup. Hit DEL if you want to run SETUP If the message disappears before you respond and you still wish to enter Setup, restart the system by turning it OFF and On or pressing the RESET button. You may also restart the system by simultaneously pressing <Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Delete> keys.
<> <> <> <> <Enter> <Esc> <+/PU> <-/PD> <F1> Move to the previous item Move to the next item Move to the item in the left hand Move to the item in the right hand Select the item Jumps to the Exit menu or returns to the main menu from a submenu Increase the numeric value or make changes Decrease the numeric value or make changes General help, only for Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page Setup Menu <F5> Restore the previous CMOS value from CMOS, only for Option Page Setup Menu <F6> Load the default CMOS value from Fail-Safe default table, only for Option Page Setup Menu <F7> <F10> Load Optimized defaults, only for Option Page Setup Menu Save all the CMOS changes and exit
After entering the Setup utility, the first screen you see is the Main Menu. Main Menu The main menu displays the setup categories the BIOS supplies. You can use the up/down arrow keys ( ) to select the item. The on-line description for the selected setup category is displayed on the bottom of the screen. Sub-Menu If you find a right pointer symbol appears to the left of certain fields (as shown in the right view), that means a sub-menu containing additional options for the field can be launched 8 from this field. To enter the sub-menu, highlight 8 the field and press <Enter>. Then you can use 8 control keys to move between and change the set8 tings of the sub-menu. To return to the main menu, press <Esc>. General Help <F1> The BIOS setup program provides a General Help screen. You can call up this screen from any menu by simply pressing <F1>. The Help screen lists the appropriate keys to use and the possible selections for the highlighted item. Press <Esc> to exit the Help screen.
The Main Menu
Once you enter AWARD BIOS CMOS Setup Utility, the Main Menu will appear on the screen. The Main Menu displays twelve configurable functions and two exit choices. Use arrow keys to move among the items and press <Enter> to enter the sub-menu.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright(C) 1984-2001 Award Software 8Standard CMOS Features 8Advanced BIOS Features 8Advanced Chipset Features 8Integrated Peripherals 8Power Management Setup 8PnP/PCI Configurations 8PC Health Status
Esc : Quit F9 : Menu in BIOS
8Frequency/Voltage Control Load Fail-Safe Defaults Load Optimized Defaults Set Supervisor Password Set User Password Save & Exit Setup Exit Without Saving
: Select Item
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type
Standard CMOS Features Use this menu for basic system configurations, such as time, date etc. Advanced BIOS Features Use this menu to setup the items of Award special enhanced features. Advanced Chipset Features Use this menu to change the values in the chipset registers and optimize your systems performance. Integrated Peripherals Use this menu to specify your settings for integrated peripherals. Power Management Setup Use this menu to specify your settings for power management.
PnP/PCI Configurations This entry appears if your system supports PnP/PCI. PC Health Status This entry displays the current status of your PC. Frequency/Voltage Control Use this menu to specify your settings for frequency/voltage control. Load Fail-Safe Defaults Use this menu to load the BIOS default values for the minimal/stable performance of your PC. Load Optimized Defaults Use this menu to load the default factory settings for BIOS for optimal system performance. Set Supervisor Password Use this menu to set Supervisor Password. Set User Password Use this menu to set User Password. Save & Exit Setup Save changes to CMOS and exit setup. Exit Without Saving Abandon all changes and exit setup.
Standard CMOS Features
The items inside Standard CMOS Features menu are divided into 13 categories. Each category includes none, one or more setup items. Use the arrow keys to highlight the item you want to modify and use the <PgUp> or <PgDn> keys to switch to the value you prefer.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software Standard CMOS Features Date (mm:dd:yy) Time (hh:mm:ss) Wed, Aug 00:00:00 Item Help Menu Level 8 Change the day, month, year and century [1.44M, 3.5 in.] [None] [EGA/VGA] [All, But Keyboard] 640K 65472K 66112K
8 IDE Primary Master 8 IDE Primary Slave 8 IDE Secondary Master 8 IDE Secondary Slave
Drive A Drive B Video Halt On Base Memory Extended Memory Total Memory
:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults
Date This allows you to set the system to the date that you want (usually the current date). The format is <day><month> <date> <year>. day Day of the week, from Sun to Sat, determined by BIOS. Read-only. month The month from Jan. through Dec. date The date from 1 to 31 can be keyed by numeric function keys. year The year can by adjusted by users. Time This allows you to set the system time that you want (usually the current time). The time format is <hour> <minute> <second>.
Anti-Virus Protection The item is to set the Virus Warning feature for IDE Hard Disk boot sector protection. If the function is enabled and any attempt to write data into this area is made, BIOS will display a warning message on screen and beep. Settings: Disabled and Enabled. CPU L1 & L2 Cache The item allows you to turn on or off CPUs L1 and L2 cache. Settings: Enabled and Disabled.
Quick Boot The option speeds up Power On Self Test (POST) after you power on the computer. When setting the item to Enabled, BIOS will shorten or skip some check items during POST. Settings: Enabled and Disabled. 1st/2nd/3rd Boot Device The items allow you to set the sequence of boot devices where BIOS attempts to load the disk operating system. The settings are: Floppy The system will boot from floppy drive. LS120 The system will boot from LS-120 drive. HDD-0 The system will boot from the first HDD. SCSI The system will boot from the SCSI. The system will boot from the CD-ROM. CDROM HDD-1 The system will boot from the second HDD. HDD-2 The system will boot from the third HDD. HDD-3 The system will boot from the fourth HDD. ZIP100 The system will boot from ATAPI ZIP drive. LAN The system will boot from the Network drive. Disabled Disable this sequence. Boot Other Device Setting the option to Enabled allows the system to try to boot from other device if the system fails to boot from the 1st/2nd/3rd boot device. SwapFloppy Setting to Enabled will swap floppy drives A: and B:. Seek Floppy Setting to Enabled will make BIOS seek floppy drive A: before booting the system. Settings: Disabled and Enabled. Boot Up Num-Lock LED This item is to set the Num Lock status when the system is powered on. Setting to On will turn on the Num Lock key when the system is powered on. Setting to Off will allow end users to use the arrow keys on the numeric keypad. Settings: On and Off.
Gate A20 Option This item is to set the Gate A20 status. A20 refers to the first 64KB of extended memory. When Fast is selected, the Gate A20 is controlled by Port92 or chipset specific method resulting in faster system performance. When Normal is selected, A20 is controlled by a keyboard controller or chipset hardware. Typematic Rate Setting This item is used to enable or disable the typematic rate setting including Typematic Rate & Typematic Delay. Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) After Typematic Rate Setting is enabled, this item allows you to set the rate (characters/second) at which the keys are accelerated. Settings: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24 and 30. Typematic Delay (Msec) This item allows you to select the delay between when the key was first pressed and when the acceleration begins. Settings: 250, 500, 750 and 1000. Security Option This specifies the type of BIOS password protection that is implemented. Settings are described below: Option Setup System Description The password prompt appears only when end users try to run Setup. A password prompt appears every time when the computer is powered on or when end users try to run Setup.
RAS# to CAS# Delay This field allows you to set the number of cycles for a timing delay between the CAS and RAS strobe signals, used when DRAM is written to, read from or refreshed. Fast speed offers faster performance while slow speed offers more stable performance. Settings: 3 and 2 (clocks). RAS# Precharge This item controls the number of cycles for Row Address Strobe (RAS) to be allowed to precharge. If insufficient time is allowed for the RAS to accumulate its charge before DRAM refresh, refresh may be incomplete and DRAM may fail to retain data. This item applies only when synchronous DRAM is installed in the system. Available settings: 3 and 2 (clocks). DRAM Data Integrity Mode Select ECC (Error-Correcting Code) or Non-ECC according to the type of installed DRAM. Memory Hole At 15M-16M In order to improve performance, certain space in memory can be reserved for ISA peripherals. This memory must be mapped into the memory space below 16MB. When this area is reserved, it cannot be cached. Settings: Enabled and Disabled. Delayed Transaction The chipset has an embedded 32-bit posted write buffer to support delayed transactions cycles so that transactions to and from the ISA bus are buffered and PCI bus can perform other transactions while the ISA transaction is underway. Select Enabled to support compliance with PCI specification version 2.1. Settings: Enabled and Disabled. AGP Aperture Size (MB) The item is used to select the size of Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) aperture. Aperture is a portion of PCI memory address range dedicated for graphics memory address space. Host cycles that hit the aperture range are forwarded to AGP without any translation. Settings: 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 and 256.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software Integrated Peripherals On-Chip Primary PCI IDE On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE IDE Primary Master PIO IDE Primary Slave PIO IDE Secondary Master PIO IDE Secondary Slave PIO IDE Primary Master UDMA IDE Primary Slave UDMA IDE Secondary Master UDMA UDMA IDE Secondary Slave USB Controller USB Mouse Support USB Keyboard Support Init Display First AC97 Audio AC97 Modem Onboard/CNR LAN selection IDE HDD Block Mode Floppy Controller [Enabled] [Enabled] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Enabled] [Disabled] [Disabled] [AGP] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Enabled] [Enabled] Item Help Menu Level 8
enters the suspend/sleep mode, but if the button is pressed for more than four seconds, the computer is turned off. Wake Up On PME/Ring/LAN, USB Wakeup From S3 These fields specify whether the system will be awakened from power saving modes when activity or input signal of the specified hardware peripheral or component is detected. Note: To use the function of Wake Up On Ring and Wake Up On LAN, you need to install a modem/LAN card supporting power on function. CPU THRM-Throttling The item allows you to specify the percentage of CPU speed which it will slow down to when the CPU temperature reaches the predetermined overheat limit. Settings range from 12.5% to 87.5% at 12.5% increment. Resume By RTC Alarm The field is used to enable or disable the feature of booting up the system on a scheduled time/date. Date(of Month) Alarm The field specifies the date for Resume By RTC Alarm. Settings: 0~31. Time(hh:mm:ss) Alarm The field specifies the time for Resume by Alarm. Format is <hour><minute> <second>. POWER ON Function This controls which part and how the PS/2 mouse or keyboard can power on the system. Settings: Password, Hot KEY, Mouse Left, Mouse Right, BUTTON ONLY and Keyboard 98. KB Power ON Password If POWER ON Function is set to Password, then you can set a password in the field for the PS/2 keyboard to power on the system.
Hot Key Power ON If POWER ON Function is set to Hot KEY, you can assign a hot key combination in the field for the PS/2 keyboard to power on the system. Settings: CtrlF1 through Ctrl-F12. Power Again This item specifies whether your system will reboot after a power failure or interrupt occurs. Available settings are: Power Off Leaves the computer in the power off state. Power On Reboots the computer. Restores the system to the status before power failure Last State or interrupt occured. Sleep State LED This item sets how the system uses Power LED on the case to indicate the suspend state. Settings are: Dual The Power LED changes its color to indicate the suspend state. Blinking The Power LED blinks to indicate the suspend state. ** Reload Global Timer Events ** Primary/Secondary Master/Slave IDE, FDC/LPT/COM Ports The global timer is the hardware timer that counts down to the power saving modes. If the monitoring of the listed hardware peripheral or component is enabled, they will awaken the system or reload the original count of global timer when they are accessed.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright(C) 1984-2001 Award Software PnP/PCI Configurations PNP OS Installed Reset Configuration Data Resources Controlled By IRQ Resources DMA Resources PCI/VGA Palette Snoop [No] [Disabled] [Auto(ESCD)] Press Enter Press Enter [Disabled] Item Help Menu Level 8 Select Yes if you are using a Plug and Play capable operating system Select No if you need to BIOS to configure non-boot devices
PC Health Status
This section is to monitor the current hardware status including CPU temperature, CPU Fan speed, Vcore etc. This is available only if there is hardware monitoring mechanism onboard.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright(C) 1984-2001 Award Software PC Health Status Current System Temp. Current CPU Temperature POWER fan SYSTEM fan CPU fan Vcore VTT 3.3 V + 5V +12V -12V - 5V VBAT(V) 5VSB(V) CPU Critical Temperature 32C/89F 58C/132F 0RPM 0RPM 4560RPM 1.66V 1.47V 3.33V 5.02V 12.05V -11.56V -4.99V 3.22V 4.87V [Disabled] Item Help Menu Level 8
Current System Temp., Current CPU Temperature, POWER/SYSTEM/CPU fan, Vcore, VTT, 3.3 V/+ 5V/+12V/-12V/- 5V, VBAT(V), 5VSB(V) These items display the current status of all monitored hardware devices/ components such as CPU voltages, temperatures and all fans speeds. CPU Critical Temperature This item is used to specify a thermal limit for CPU. If CPU temperature reaches the specified limit, the system will issue a warning and allows you to prevent the CPU overheat problem. Settings: Disabled, 80C/176F, 85C/ 185F and 90C/194F.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright(C) 1984-2001 Award Software Frequency/Voltage Control CPU Ratio Selection Auto Detect PCI Clock Spread Spectrum CPU Host/PCI Clock [X 8(Safe)] [Enabled] [+/-0.25%] [Default] Item Help Menu Level 8
CPU Ratio Selection End users can overclock the processor by specifying the CPU ratio (clock multiplier) in this field. Settings: x 8(Safe) to x 23. Auto Detect PCI Clock This item is used to auto detect the PCI slots. When set to Enabled, the system will remove (turn off) clocks from empty PCI slots to minimize the electromagnetic interference (EMI). Settings: Enabled and Disabled. Spread Spectrum This item is used to configure the clock generators Spread Spectrum feature. Settings: Disabled, +/-0.25%, -0.5%, +/-0.5%, and +/-0.38%. Always disable the feature when overclocking the processor. CPU Host/PCI Clock This item specifies the combination of CPU host bus (FSB) and PCI bus
frequency. It provides end users an overclocking method. Settings: 100/ 33Mhz and higher frequency combination.
Load Fail-Safe/Optimized Defaults
The two options on the main menu allow users to restore all of the BIOS settings to the default Fail-Safe or Optimized values. The Optimized Defaults are the default values set by the mainboard manufacturer specifically for the optimal performance of the mainboard. The Fail-Safe Defaults are the default values set by the BIOS vendor for the stable system performance. When you select Load Fail-Safe Defaults, a message as below appears:
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright(C) 1984-2001 Award Software 8Standard CMOS Features 8Advanced BIOS Features 8Advanced Chipset Features 8Integrated Peripherals 8Frequency/Voltage Control Load Fail-Safe Defaults Load Optimized Defaults Set Supervisor Password
Load Fail-Safe DefaultsUser Password Set (Y/N)? N 8Power Management Setup 8PnP/PCI Configurations 8PC Health Status
Save & Exit Setup Exit Without Saving
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Pressing Y loads the BIOS default values for the most stable, minimal system performance.
When you select Load Optimized Defaults, a message as below appears:
Load Optimized DefaultsUser Password Set (Y/N)? N 8Power Management Setup 8PnP/PCI Configurations 8PC Health Status
Load Optimized Defaults
Pressing Y loads the default factory settings for optimal system performance.
Set Supervisor/User Password
When you select this function, a message as below will appear on the screen:
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright(C) 1984-2001 Award Software 8Standard CMOS Features 8Advanced BIOS Features 8Advanced Chipset Features 8Integrated Peripherals 8Power Management Setup Enter Password: 8PnP/PCI Configurations 8PC Health Status
Type the password, up to eight characters in length, and press <Enter>. The password typed now will replace any previously set password from CMOS memory. You will be prompted to confirm the password. Re-type the password and press <Enter>. You may also press <Esc> to abort the selection and not enter a password. To clear a set password, just press <Enter> when you are prompted to enter the password. A message will show up confirming the password will be disabled. Once the password is disabled, the system will boot and you can enter Setup without entering any password. When a password has been set, you will be prompted to enter it every time you try to enter Setup. This prevents an unauthorized person from changing any part of your system configuration. Additionally, when a password is enabled, you can also have BIOS to request a password each time the system is booted. This would prevent unauthorized
use of your computer. The setting to determine when the password prompt is required is the Security Option in the Advanced BIOS Features menu. If the Security Option is set to System, the password is required both at boot and at entry to Setup. If set to Setup, password prompt only occurs when trying to enter Setup. About Supervisor Password & User Password: Supervisor password : Can enter and change the settings of the setup menu. User password: Can only enter but do not have the right to change the settings of the setup menu.
Save & Exit Setup
When you want to quit the Setup menu, you can select this option to save the changes and quit. A message as below will appear on the screen:
SAVE to Set User Y 8Power Management Setup CMOS and EXIT (Y/N)?Password 8PnP/PCI Configurations 8PC Health Status
FDC/LPT/COM Ports, Primary Master IDE, Primary Slave IDE, Secondary Master IDE, Secondary Slave IDE These items specify if the BIOS will monitor the activity of the listed hardware peripheral or component. If set to Monitor, any activity detected on the specified hardware peripheral or component will wake up the system or prevent the system from entering the power saving modes. Settings: Monitor and Ignore. Power Button Function This feature sets the function of the power button. Settings: The power button functions as normal on/off button. On/Off Suspend When you press the power button, the computer enters the suspend/sleep mode, but if the button is pressed for more than four seconds, the computer is turned off. Wake Up On Ring/LAN/PME When setting to Enabled, these features allow your system to be awakened from the power saving modes through an incoming call from the modem, a signal from the LAN, or any event on PME (Power Management Event). Settings: Enabled and Disabled. Note: You need to install a modem/LAN card supporting power on function for Wake Up On Ring/LAN function. Resume By RTC Alarm This is used to enable or disable the feature of booting up the system on a scheduled time/date. Settings: Enabled and Disabled. RTC Alarm Date/Hour/Minute/Second If Resume By RTC Alarm is set to Enabled, the system will automatically resume (boot up) on a specific date/hour/minute/second specified in these fields. Available settings for each item are: RTC Alarm Date 01 ~ 31, Every Day RTC Alarm Hour 00 ~ 23 RTC Alarm Minute 00 ~ 59 RTC Alarm Second 00 ~ 59
Note: If you change these settings, you must reboot the system until it enters the operating system and then power off the system. By doing so, the changed settings will come into effect next time you power on the system. Power Again This item specifies whether you system will reboot after a power failure or interrupt occurs. Available options: Power Off Leaves the computer in the power off state. Power On Reboots the computer. Last State Restores the system to the previous status before the power failure or interrupt occurred.
This section describes configuring the PCI bus system and PnP (Plug & Play) feature. PCI, or Personal Computer Interconnect, is a system which allows I/O devices to operate at speeds nearing the speed the CPU itself uses when communicating with its special components. This section covers some very technical items and it is strongly recommended that only experienced users should make any changes to the default settings.
AMIBIOS SETUP - PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION (C)1999 American Megatrends, Inc. All Rights Reserved Clear ESCD PCI VGA Palette Snoop DMA Channel 0 DMA Channel 1 DMA Channel 3 DMA Channel 5 DMA Channel 6 DMA Channel 7 IRQ3 IRQ4 IRQ5 IRQ7 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 :No :Disabled :PnP :ISA/EISA :PnP :PnP :PnP :PnP :PCI/PnP :PCI/PnP :ISA/EISA :PCI/PnP :PCI/PnP :PCI/PnP :PCI/PnP ESC : Quit : Select Item F1 : Help PU/PD/+/- : Modify F5 : Old Values (Shift)F2 : Color F6 : Load BIOS Defaults F7 : Load Setup Defaults
9, 10 and 11. OnBoard Game Port The item specifies I/O port address for the onboard Joystick/Game port. Settings: Disabled, 200 and 208.
Hardware Monitor Setup
This section describes how to set the CPU FSB frequency, monitor the current hardware status including CPU/system temperatures, CPU/System Fan speeds, Vcore etc. Monitor function, such as Chassis Intrusion and CPU Temperature, is available only if there is hardware monitoring mechanism onboard.
AMIBIOS SETUP - Hardware Monitor Setup (C)1999 American Megatrends, Inc. All Rights Reserved CPU Ratio Selection CPU FSB Clock (Mhz) Spread Spectrum Chassis Intrusion CPU Temperature System Temperature CPU Fan Speed System Fan Speed Vcore Vio + 5.0V +12.0V 12.0V 5.0V Battery +5V SB 8.0x 100 0.38% Disabled 29C/84F 39C/102F 6124 RPM 0 RPM 1.71V 3.26V 4.92V 11.40V 11.56V 4.99V 3.22V 4.87V
CPU Ratio Selection The item is used to adjust the CPU clock multiplier (ratio). The item enables you to overclock the processor. CPU FSB Clock (Mhz) This item is used to set clock frequencies (in MHz) for CPU FSB (Front Side Bus). The field provides you an overclocking method. Settings include 100 (MHz) and above. Spread Spectrum This item is used to configure the clock generators Spread Spectrum feature. Always disable the feature when overclocking the processor.
Chassis Intrusion (Optional) The field enables or disables the feature of recording the chassis intrusion status and issuing a warning message if the chassis is once opened. To clear the warning message, set the field to Reset. The setting of the field will automatically return to Enabled later. Settings: Enabled, Reset and Disabled. CPU Temperature, System Temperature, CPU Fan Speed, System Fan Speed, Vcore, Vio, + 5.0V, +12.0V, 12.0V, 5.0V, Battery, +5V SB (All Optional) These OPTIONAL items display the current status of all monitored hardware devices/components such as system voltages, temperatures and fan speeds.
Load Optimal/Fail Safe Defaults
The two options on the main menu allow users to restore all of the BIOS settings to the default Fail Safe or Optimal values. The Optimal Defaults are the default values set by the mainboard manufacturer specifically for the optimal performance of the mainboard. The Fail Safe Defaults are the default values set by the BIOS vendor for the stable system performance. When you select Load Optimal Defaults, a message as below appears:
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