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4-6 BIOS SETUPXCMOS SETUP UTILITY. 61
4-6-1 STANDARD CMOS SETUP.. 62 4-6-2 ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES.. 65 4-6-3 ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES.. 70 4-6-4 INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS.. 75 4-6-5 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP... 79 4-6-6 PNP / PCI CONFIGURATION... 86 4-6-7 SMARTDOC ANTI-BURN SHIELD... 90 4-6-8 FREQUENCY/VOLTAGE CONTROL.. 93 4-6-9 LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS.. 94 4-6-10 SET SUPERVISOR / USER PASSWORD.. 96 4-6-11 SAVE & EXIT SETUP... 97 4-6-12 EXIT WITHOUT SAVING... 97
APPENDICES-1 TECHNICAL TERMS INTRODUCTION.. 99 APPENDICES-2 IDENTIFYING BIOS VERSION AND. 100 BIOS PART NUMBER.. 100 APPENDICES-3 IDENTIFYING MAINBOARD \ MODEL. 102 NUMBER... 102
Mainboard Support CD Users Manual Bundled Bonus Pack CD Bundled Bonus Pack Manual Temperature Sensor Cable ATA66/100 IDE Cable RS232 Cable FDD Cable
This chapter briefly introduces the characteristics of this mainboard. It includes the information regarding the chipset, CPU types, built-in functions and layout. Users will have more ideas about mainboards after reading this chapter.
THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS : N J N=MAINBOARD SPECIFICATION N J O=MAINBOARD LAYOUT N J P=CHIPSET DIAGRAM
1-1 MAINBOARD SPECIFICATION
Supporting AMD Athlon Thunderbird processors up to 1.5GHz. Supporting AMD Athlon Duron processors up to 1.2GHz. Supporting processor VID (voltage ID) and FID (frequency ID) auto detection. Supporting AMD Athlon processor with 200 and 266MHz Front Side bus.
North Bridge VIA VT8363A (KT-133A) system controller High Performance Athlon CPU Interface. South Bridge VIA VT82C686B.
1-1-3 ADVANCED HIGH PERFORMANCE DRAM CONTROLLER
Supporting PC133 and PC100 SDRAM and Virtual Channel Memory (VCM) SDRAM up to 3 DIMMs. 64-bit data width and 3.3V DRAM interface. Supporting up to 1.5 GB memory space. Supporting Different DRAM types used in mixed combinations. PCI-2.2 compliant, 32 bit 3.3V PCI interface with 5V tolerant inputs.
1-1-4 FULL FEATURED ACCELERATED GRAPHICS PORTS (AGP) CONTROLLER
Synchronous and pseudo-synchronous with the host CPU bus with optimal skew control PCI AGP Mode 33MHz/66MHz/100MHz DDR 3x synchronous. Supporting 66MHz 1x, 2x and 4x modes for AD and SBA signaling. AGP v2.0 compliant.
1-1-5 MULTI-I/O FUNCTION
Two UARTs for complete Serial Ports. One dedicated IR connector supporting:
Make sure that the CPU is placed into the socket tightly. Then lower down the lever to complete the CPU installation.
2-2 MEMORY INSTALLATION
NOTICE : When LED ZD1 is on ,
meaning that 3.3V is operating and flowing into DIMM slots, please do not add or remove memory modules.
Make sure to unplug your power supply before adding or removing memory modules or other system components. Failure to do so may cause severe damage to both your mainboard and expansion cards. Be careful when inserting or removing DIMM. Forcing a DIMM in or out of a socket improperly may damage the memory module or the socket. Some DIMMs which contain EDO or FTP DRAM are incompliant with the mainboard. The M/B supports 3. 3V true SDRAM DIMMs only.
Make sure you have the correct memory module type for your mainboard. Insert the module(s) as shown below, DIMMs have 168-pins and two notches that will be matched by the onboard DIMM socket. Memory modules are installed by inserting them straight into the slot until they click in the right place. They only fit in one direction, so do not force them in by a wrong direction.
168-Pin DIMM Notch Key Definitions(3.3V)
DRAM Key Position Unbuffered
Voltage Key Position
Press down the holding clips on both sides of a DIMM socket and the module will be released from it.
2-3 ACCELERATED GRAPHICS PORT(AGP) PRO INSTALLATION
The AGP Pro connector is an extension of the existing AGP connector and it is compatible with existing AGP cards.
AGP Pro slot
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) Pro Slot
20-pin bay Rib(inside slot)
Rib(inside slot) 28-pin bay
The AGP Pro slot comes with a warning label over the 20-pin bay. Do not remove this label and the safety tab underneath if you use an AGP card without a retention notch. Without the labels, AGP Cards may be placed into the wrong place. If thats the case, this action will damage your card, slot, and mainboard. Remove the label ONLY if you will be using an AGP Pro card.
2-4 HDD/FDD INSTALLATION
To install HDD (Hard Disk Drive), you may connect the cables blue connector to the mainboards primary (IDE1) or secondary (IDE2) connector, and then connect the gray connector to your slave device and the black connector to your master device. If you install two hard disks, you must configure the second drive to Slave mode by setting its jumper accordingly. Please refer to your hard disk documentation for the jumper settings.
Hard Disk Drive Connector: Orient the red line on the IDE ribbon cable to Pin1.
red line blue connector
Chapter2 Hardware Setup To install FDD (Floppy Disk Drive), connect the end with single connector to the mainboard, and connect other end with two connectors to the floppy drives.
Floppy Disk Drive Connector: Orient the red line on the floppy ribbon cable to Pin1.
To 2nd Floppy Drive
red line To 1st Floppy Drive To mainboard
2-5 SWITCH SETTING FOR CPU FREQUENCY AND VOLTAGE
2-5-1 INFORMATION ON AMD SOCKET 462 PROCESSOR
On the AMD socket 462 processor, you can find a codified identification marking which is to provide useful information about the CPU. The marking is interpreted as bellow:
XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX XXXX
AMD XXXX A 0850 A P T 3 B 7 1
Family/Architecture: A= AMD AthlonModel 4 Processor Architure. D= AMD DuronProcessor Architecture. 2 Speed: 0850= 850MHz, 0900= 900MHz, 1000= 1000MHz, 1100= 1100MHz, etc. Package Type: M= Card Module, A= PGA. Operating Voltage: S= 1.5V, U= 1.6V, P= 1.7V, M= 1.75V, N= 1.8V. Case Temperature: Q= 60 C, X= 65 C, R= 70 C, Y= 75 C,
T= 90 C, S=95 C.
Size of L2 Cache: 1= 64Kbyte, 2= 128Kbyte, 3= 256Kbyte. Max FSB: A= B= 200MHz, C or others= 266MHz. (For correct FSB setting, please refer to next chapter)
2-5-2 CPU EXTERNAL FREQUENCY SETTING (BY SW1)
CPU EXTERNAL FREQUENCY
100MHz (default) 103MHz
DIP ON 1
You may figure out the correct processor type by processors OPN (Ordering Part Numbers). Correct CPU external frequency is key to ensure reliability of your system. Incorrect CPU external frequency or overclocking might cause unstable performance, so we strongly recommend to leave SW1 at default setting or legal operation.
2-5-3 BUS RATIO SELECT (BY SW2 DIP1-4/JP17)
The AMD Athlon and Duron processors provide four Frequency ID signals
(FID) respectively via DIP 1 to DIP4 of SW3 for the system controller to specify the SYSTCLK multiplier at which the processor core operates. Normally, the multiplier (or bus ratio) is detected automatically by FID. Therefore, if the processor does not support the function, then Bus Ratio can not be selected. When JP17 is ON, LED LED1 will be on. It means that bus ratio select function is enabled. So as long as your CPU supports bus ratio select function, then the bus ratio can be selected by users.
Setting of multipler 12. 5x or above will depend on the type of CPU on board.
SW2 DIP1 ~ DIP4 SETTING
Bus ratio detected by FID (Auto)
Bus ratio selected by SW2 DIP 1-4
JP17 allows you to enable or disable the "Frequency Ratio Select" function.
*12.5x or 13.0x
DIP ON DIP ON
2-6 JUMPER SETTING FOR DEVICES ON BOARD:
The following diagrams show the location for jumper blocks on the mainboard.
Do not remove the jumper when power is on. Always make sure the power is off before changing any jumpers. Otherwise, mainboard could be damaged. Pins with block mark are closed pins.
2-6-1 JUMPER JBAT1 FOR CLEARING CMOS DATA:
Clear CMOS Data
Retain Data (default)
A battery should be used to supply the power for the CMOS RAM to retain mainboard configuration.
LINE OUT LINE IN
PCI 1 PCI 2
NOTE : You can clear CMOS by setting pin 2-3
closed when the system is POWER OFF. Then, return to pin 1-2 closed position (default). You may damage the mainboard if clearing the CMOS with POWER ON. Unplugging the power cord from power supply before clearing CMOS will be the safest bet for user.
2-6-2 JP1/JP2 USB PORT SELECT
Redirect USB port 3 to USB 2 connector (default) Redirect USB port 3 to AGP
JP1 JP2 JP1 JP2
2-6-3 JP3 FOR FACTORY TEST ONLY
Only for factory test.
2-6-4 JP7 POWER LOST RESUME
2-6-5 JP9 USB WAKE UP
This jumper allows you to use the switch of ATX power supply to control ON/OFF switch directly instead of using the power switch on the mainboard.
This function allows you to use USB mouse or keyboard to wake up the system.
PWR/LED SPK RST T/LED
2-6-6 JP10/JP11 MEMORY MODULE VOLTAGE SELECT
3.3V (default) 3.4V
JP10 JP11 JP10 JP11 JP10 JP11 JP10 JP11
NOTE! Using a higher voltage may boost the overclocking performance
but this may result in the shortening of your computer componentss life. It is strongly recommended that you leave the voltage setting default.
This function allows you to select the voltage supplied to the DRAM. The default voltage (3. 3V) should be used unless processor overclocking requires a higher voltage.
Header J3&J4 includes seven connectors for different functions:
A1 : 1st HDD LED A2 : 2nd HDD LED B : INFRARED (IR) C : POWER SWITCH D : None E : SPEAKER F : RESET SWITCH G : POWER LED H : NONE I : SUSPEND LED
HDD LED CONNECTOR
PIN PIN PIN PIN Logic High (+) HDD LED SIGNAL HDD LED SIGNAL Logic High (+) This connector provides power to the cabinet's IDE activity LED. Read and write activities by devices connected to the Primary or Secondary IDE connector will light up the LED.
PIN PIN PIN PIN PIN 10 INFRARED TRANSMIT SIGNAL GND INFRARED RECEIVE SIGNAL NONE Vcc This connector supports an optional wireless transmitting and receiving infrared module. This module mounts to a small opening on system case. Users must also configure the setting through BIOS program "Peripheral Setup" to select whether UART2 is directed for use with COM2 or IrDA. Use the five pins and connect a ribbon cable from the module to the motherboard's IR connector according to the pin definitions.
ATX POWER SWITCH CONNECTOR
PIN 12 PIN 13 ATX POWER SWITCH GND The system power is controlled by a momentary switch connected to this lead. Press the button once will switch the system between ON and SOFT OFF. Pressing the switch for more than 4 seconds while in the ON mode will shut down the system.
PIN PIN PIN PIN
SPEAKER SIGNAL NONE GND Vcc This connector connects to the case-mounted speaker. Two sources (LINE OUT and SPEAKER) allow you to hear system beeps and warnings. Only the system beeps from the mounted speakers can be heard before initializing any integrated audio.
RESET SWITCH CONNECTOR
PIN 5 PIN 6 RESET SIGNAL GND RESET SWITCH connector connecting to the casemounted reset switch reboots your system without turning off your power switch. This is a preferable method of rebooting in order to extend the life of the power supply.
POWER LED CONNECTOR
PIN 8 PIN 9 PIN 10 DESCRIPTION Vcc NONE GND This Power LED connector connecting the system power LED will light up while the system power is on and blink while it is in sleep mode.
SUSPEND LED CONNECTOR
PIN 14 PIN 15 DESCRIPTION SUSPEND LED SIGNAL GND Connect to Suspend indicator light.
2-7-6 CHASSIS PANEL CONNECTOR
A. B. C. D.
F. A B C D E F G H I J
: PS/2 MOUSE PORT : USB O PORT : LPT 1 PORT : GAME/MIDI PORT : PS/2 KEYBOARD PORT : USB 1 PORT : COM 1 PORT : LINE OUT/SPEAKER OUT PORT : LINE IN : MICROPHONE INPUT
2-7-7 ATX POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR
This connector is connected to an ATX power supply by a plug from the power supply. The plug can only be inserted in a specific orientation because of the different hole sizes. Find the proper orientation and push down the plug firmly to make sure that all pins are aligned. Your power supply should support at least 10mA on the 5V standby voltage. There may be difficulty to turn on the system power if the power supply does not support the load. For Wake On LAN function, the power supply should support at least 720mA current.
2-8 VOICE DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION----ONLY FOR 75KAV-X
The Voice Diagnostic Function provides user an indispensable assistance on troubleshooting while assembling your computer components. If there is any conflict or other latent problem that triggers a boot-up failure, this new VDTECH technology will voice you realistically where the conflict/problem is, then users can remove the malfunction quickly. This function mainly provides 4 languages and its contents are as follows:
2-8-1 VOICE DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION SELECT (BY JP4/JP5)
To select Chinese To select English (default)
JP4 JP5 JP4 JP5 JP4 JP5 JP4 JP5
To select Japanese To select Spanish
2-8-2 VD-TECH CONTROLLER CHIP (BY JP8)
Before selecting language of voice diagnostic function, please make sure VD-TECH controller is enabled with JP8.
Chapter3 Software Setup
ABOUT SUPPORT CD
In support CD, it contains most information for users requirement, such as Acrobat Reader, BIOS, Users full version Manual, Driver, Hardware Monitor (if mainboard supports this function), Patch, and Utilities etc., User can browse the CD and get further details in regard of our mainboard. Of course, welcome to vendors website for latest release.
THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS : P J N=VIA 4-IN-1 DRIVER INSTALLATION P J O =AC97 AUDIO CODEC INSTALLATION P J P=HARDWARE MONITOR INSTALLATION
3-1 VIA CHIPSET DRIVER INSTALLATION (4-IN-1 DRIVER)
Please put the Support CD into the CD-ROM drive. When a welcome window appears on the screen, choose Install Driver.
Click on the VIA Chipset Driver.
Click on the 4-in-1 driver.
Click on the Install via 4-in1 driver to continue.
When the welcome screen appears, press Next button to continue.
VIA Service Pack README screen will appear, please click the Yes button to continue.
Press select the checkbox as below:
Bus Master PCI IDE Driver AGP VxD Driver VIA Chipset Functions Regis try IRQ Routing Miniport Driver
Note: For users who are upgrading
VIA Drivers, we recommend to install the 4-in-1 as it will automatically detect and update the necessary drivers.
Select Install VIA ATAPI Vendor Support Driver checkbox, then click the Next button to continue.
Click on Click to enable DMA Mode checkbox to enable DMA function, then click the Next button to continue.
Select Install VIA AGP VxD in turbo mode and press Next button to continue.
Select Install VIA IRQ Routing Miniport Driver checkbox, then click the Next button to continue.
After all these setup procedures have finished, please restart your computer by clicking on Finish.
3-2 AC97 AUDIO CODEC DRIVER INSTALLATION
Click on the VIA chipsets Driver.
Click on the AC97 driver.
When Welcome to VIA Audio Driver Setup Program appears, please click on the Next button to continue.
When asking you to install or remove the audio driver, please select Install and press Next button to continue.
Please click the Finish button to complete setup.
3-3 HARDWARE MONITOR INSTALLATION
Click on the Hardware Monitor Utility.
When Welcome VIA Hardware Monitor AP Setup Program screen appears, Please click on the Next button to continue.
The default destination is C: \VIAhm, then press Next button to continue.
Press Next button to finish the Hardware Monitor setup process.
Chapter4 BIOS Setup
BIOS stands for Basic Input and Output System. It is sometimes called ROM BIOS because it is stored in a Read-Only Memory (ROM) chip on the mainboard. BIOS is the first program to run when you turn on your computer. BIOS performs the following functions: 1. Initializing and testing hardware in your computer (a process called POST, for Power On Self Test). 2. Loading and running your operating system. 3. Helping your operating system and application programs to manage your PC hardware by means of a set of routines called BIOS Run-Time Service.
THIS CHAPTER CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING TOPICS : Q J N=WHAT IS BIOS SETUP Q J O=HOW TO RUN BIOS SETUP Q J P=WHAT IS CMOS Q J Q=WHAT IS POST Q J R=BIOS UPGRADE Q J S =BIOS SETUP
4-1 WHAT IS BIOS SETUP
BIOS Setup is an interactive BIOS program that you need to run when: 1. Changing the hardware of your system. (for example: installing a new Hard Disk etc.) 2. Modifying the behavior of your computer. (for example: changing the system time or date, or turning special features on or off etc.) 3. Enhancing your computers behavior. (for example: speeding up performance by turning on shadowing or cache)
4-2 HOW TO RUN BIOS SETUP
To access BIOS setup menu, press < DEL > key after POST, and before the OS is loaded. The BIOS usually display the following message:
Press DEL to enter SETUP
4-3 WHAT IS CMOS
CMOS is the memory maintained by a battery. The BIOS uses CMOS to store the settings you have selected in SETUP. The CMOS also maintains the internal clock. Every time you turn on your computer, the BIOS Looks into CMOS for the settings you have selected and configures your computer accordingly. If the battery is out of power, the CMOS data will be lost and POST will issue a CMOS invalid or CMOS checksum invalid message. If this happens, you have to replace the battery and do some proper settings in SETUP.
4-4 WHAT IS POST
POST is an acronym for Power On Self Test. POST will that all things the BIOS does before the operating system is started. Each of POST routines is assigned a POST code, a unique number which is sent to I/O port 080h before the routine is executed.
4-5 BIOS UPGRADE
System BIOS is incorporated into a Flash memory component of the mainboard. Flash BIOS allows user to upgrade BIOS without the need to
Chapter4 BIOS Setup replace an EPROM component. The upgrade utility can be loaded on a floppy diskette and used to provide the capability to save, verify, and update the system BIOS. The upgrade utility can also be run from a hard disk drive or a network drive.
4-5-1 BEFORE UPGRADING BIOS
It is highly recommended that you save a copy of the original mainboard BIOS along with a Flash EPROM Programming utility (AWDFLASH.EXE) to a bootable floppy disk in case you need to reinstall the BIOS later.
4-5-2 UPGRADE PROCESS
Note: Normally, to upgrade BIOS is unnecessary if the system is working
fine without any problem. Users should not upgrade the BIOS unless you experience incompatible problems or need to create new features. However, please read all information in this section before upgrading. AWDFLASH.EXE is a Flash EPROM Programming utility that updates the BIOS by uploading a new BIOS file to the programmable flash ROM on the mainboard, This program works in DOS environment only, the utility can not be executed in win95/98, ME, NT or WINDOWS 2000 environment.
Upgrading the system BIOS
Step 1. Please visit the board makers website, download latest BIOS file and award flash utility AWDFLASH.EXE. The BIOS file format will be *.bin, of which * stands for the specific file name. Step 2. Create a bootable diskette. Then copy the BIOS file and award flash utility AWDFLASH.EXE into the diskette. Step 3. Insert the diskette into drive A, reboot your system and boot from the diskette. Step 4. Type awdflash *.bin /sn/py/cc and then press <Enter> to run BIOS upgrade program. (*.bin depends on your mainboard model and version code. Instead of typing * , you should type the specific file name for your
75KAV/75KAV-X specific mainboard.) Step 5. Please press <F1> or <F10> to exit or reset your system, Warning ! If the message Write Fail appears while Award FLASH MEMORY WRITER is verifying Flash memory, just repeat the process. Please DO NOT reset or turn off the system. If the award memory flash utility is not able to update the BIOS successfully, your system may not be able to boot up. Step 6. You will need a message CMOS checksum error-Default loaded during booting the system. Press <Del> to run CMOS setup utility, then reload LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS or Load Optimized Defaults and save this change.
Figure 4-5-1 Award Flash Memory Writer Start Screen
Figure 4-5-2 Award Flash Memory Writer Complete Screen
The parameters of AWDFLASH.EXE /sn: No original BIOS backup /py: Program flash memory /cc: Clear CMOS data (and update data automatically) after programming NOTE: Users can type AWDFLASH /? to get further details about the parameters. Incorrect usage of the parameter will damage the BIOS information, so we strongly recommend users to leave parameters alone unless you fully understand their function.
4-6 BIOS SETUP
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
This mainboard comes with the AWARD BIOS from AWARD Software Inc. Enter the CMOS Setup Utility Main Menu by: 1. Turn on or reboot your system. After a series of diagnostic checks, the following message will appear: PRESS <DEL> TO ENTER SETUP 2. Press the <DEL> key and the main program screen will appear as follows.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) Standard CMOS Features Advanced BIOS Features Advanced Chipset Features Integrated Peripherals Power Management Setup PnP/PCI Configurations SmartDoc Anti-burn Shield Esc : Quit F9 : Menu in BIOS F10 : Save & Exit Setup
1984 - 2001 Award Software Frequency/Voltage Control Load Optimized Defaults Set Supervisor Password Set User Password SAVE & EXIT SETUP EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
: Select Item
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type.
3. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to select an option, and press <Enter>. Modify the system parameters to reflect the options installed in your system. 4. You may return to the Main Menu anytime by pressing <ESC>. 5. In the Main Menu, SAVE AND EXIT SETUP saves your changes and reboots the system, and EXIT WITHOUT SAVING ignores your changes and exits the program.
4-6-1 STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Standard CMOS Setup records some basic system hardware configuration and sets the system clock and error handling. You only need to modify the configuration values of this option if you want to change your system hardware configuration or when the data stored in the CMOS memory gets lost or damaged. Run the STANDARD CMOS SETUP as follows: 1. Choose STANDARD CMOS SETUP from the Main Menu and a list of option will appear:
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm:dd:yy) Time (hh:mm:ss) IDE IDE IDE IDE Primary Master Primary Slave Secondary Master Secondary Slave Tue, Oct 9 : 52 : 15 Press Press Press Press Enter Enter Enter Enter 13022 MB None None None Item Help Menu Level
Drive A Drive B Video Halt On Base Memory Extended Memory Total Memory
1.44M, 3.5 in. None EGA/VGA All Errors 640K 31744K 32768K
:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help F5:Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7:Optimized Defaults
2. Use one of the arrow keys to move between options and modify the selected options by using PgUp / PgDn / + / - keys. <F1>: Help gives options available for each item. <F5>: Get the previous values. These values are the values with which the user starts the current session. <F6>: Load all options with the BIOS default values. <F7>: Load all options with the Setup default values. 62
Chapter4 BIOS Setup Date (mm:dd:yy) The BIOS determines the day of the week from the other date information. This field is for information only. Press the left or right arrow key to move to the desired field (date, month, year). Press the PgUp or PgDn key to increment the setting, or type the desired value into the field.
Time (hh:mm:ss) The time format is based on the 24-hour military-time clock. For example, 1 P.M. is 13:00:00. Press the left or right arrow key to move to desired field. Press the PgUp or PgDn key to increment the setting, or type the desired value into the field.
Primary / Secondary This field records the specifications for all non-SCSI Master / Slave hard disk drives installed in your system. Refer to the respective documentation on how to install the drives.
Drive A / Drive B Set this field to the type(s) of floppy disk drive(s) installed in your system. The choices are: 360KB, 5.25in.; 1.2MB, 5.25in.; 720KB, 3.5in.; 1.44MB, 3.5in.; 2.88MB, 3.5in.; None.
Video Set this field to the type of video display card installed in the system. The choices are: Monochrome; Color 40x25; VGA / EGA; Color 80x25.
75KAV/75KAV-X Halt On Set this warning feature for the type of errors that will cause the system to halt. The choices are: All Errors; Post stops for all error. No Errors; Post does not stop for any error. All, But Keyboard; Post stops for all, but not for keyboard error. All, But Diskette; Post stops for all, but not for Diskette error. All, But Disk / Key; Post stops for all, but not for Disk / Keyboard.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software IDE Primary Master
IDE HDD Auto-Detection IDE Primary Master Access Mode Capacity Cylinder Head Precomp Landing Zone Sector Press Enter Auto Auto 10243 MB 63 Item Help Menu Level
3. Press <ESC> to return to the Main Menu when you finish setting up all items. 64
4-6-2 ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES
ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES improves your system performance or sets up system features according to your preference. Run the ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES as follows: 1. Choose ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES from the Main Menu and a list of option will appear: 2. Use one of the arrow keys to move between options and modify the selected options by using PgUp / PgDn / + / - keys.
<F1>: Help gives options available for each item. <F5>: Get the previous values. These values are the values with which the user starts the current session. <F6>: Load all options with the BIOS default values. <F7>: Load all options with the Setup default values.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software Advanced BIOS Features
Virus Warning CPU Internal Cache External Cache CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking Quick Power On Self Test First Boot Device Second Boot Device Third Boot Device Boot Other Device Swap Floppy Drive Boot Up Floppy Seek Boot Up NumLock Status Gate A20 Option Typematic Rate Setting Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) Typematic Delay (Msec) Security Option OS Select For DRAM > 64MB Video BIOS Shadow C8000-CBFFF Shadow CC000-CFFFF Shadow D0000-D3FFF Shadow D4000-D7FFF Shadow D8000-DBFFF Shadow DC000-DFFFF Shadow Disabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Floppy HDD-0 CDROM Enabled Disabled Disabled On Fast Disabled Setup Non-OS2 Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Item Help Menu Level
Chapter4 BIOS Setup Virus Warning Enabled: Activates automatically when the system boots up showing a warning message if anything attempts to access the boot sector or hard disk partition table. Disabled: No warning message will appear when there is something attempting to access the boot sector or hard disk partition table. NOTE: Many diagnostic (or boot manager) programs which attempt to access the boot sector table can cause the above warning message. If you will be running such a program, we recommend that you disable the virus protection first. CPU Internal Cache/ Cache memory is additional memory that is much External Cache faster than conventional DRAM (system memory). CPUs from 486-type up contain internal cache memory, and most, but not all, modern PCs have additional (external) cache memory. When the CPU requests data, the system transfers the requested data from the main DRAM into cache memory, for even faster access by the CPU.
75KAV/75KAV-X RTC Alarm Resume When Enabled, you can set the data and time at which the RTC (Real Time Clock) alarm awakens the system from suspend mode. The choices: Disabled; Enabled. Date (of Month) Set a certain date when RTC Alarm Resume option is Enabled to awaken the system. This option is concurrent with Resume Time option. Resume Time (hh:mm: Set a certain time when RTC Alarm Resume option is ss) Enabled to awaken the system. This option is concurrent with Date option. Primary INTR Leave this field at default IRQS Activity Monitor- The following is a list of IRQs (Interrupt ing ReQuests), which can be exempted much as the COM ports and LPT ports above can. When an I/ O device wants to gain the attention of the operating system, it signals this by causing an IRQ to occur. When the operating system is ready to respond to the request, it interrupts itself and performs the service. When set On, activity will neither prevent the system from going into a power management mode nor awaken it.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software IRQ Activity Monitoring
IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ IRQ 3 (COM2) 4 (COM1) 5 (LPT2) 6 (Floppy Disk) 7 (LPT1) 8 (RTC Alarm) 9 (IRQ2 Redir) 10 (Reserved) 11 (Reserved) 12 (PS/2 Mouse) 13 (Coprocessor) 14 (Hard Disk) 15 (Reserved) Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Disabled Enabled Disabled Enabled Disabled Item Help Menu Level
4-6-6 PNP / PCI CONFIGURATION
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION allows you to modify the systems power saving functions. Run the PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION as follows: 1. Choose PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION from the Main Menu and a list of option will appear:
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 Assign IRQ For VGA Assign IRQ For USB PCI SLOT 1/5 IRQ Assigned PCI SLOT 2/6 IRQ Assigned PCI SLOT 3 IRQ Assigned PCI SLOT 4 IRQ Assigned No Disabled Auto(ESCD) Press Enter Press Enter Disabled Enabled Enabled Auto Auto Auto Auto Item Help Menu Level
<F1>: Help gives options available for each item. <F5>: Get the previous values. These values are the values with which the user starts the current session. <F6>: Load all options with the BIOS default values. <F7>: Load all options with the Setup default values. 86
Chapter4 BIOS Setup PNP OS Installed Select Yes if the system operating environment is Plug-and Play aware (e.g., Windows 95).
NOTE: BIOS will automatically disable all PnP resources except the boot device card when you select Yes on Non-PnP operating system.
Reset Configuration Normally, you leave this Disabled. Select Enabled to Data reset Extended System Configuration Data (ESCD), when you exit Setup if you have installed a new addon and the system reconfiguration has caused such a serious conflict that the operating system cannot boot. Resource Controlled Choose Manual or Auto. The BIOS checks the IRQ / By DMA channel number on the ISA and PCI card manually set up if you choose Manual, and the IRQ / DMA channel number will be checked automatically if you choose Auto. IRQ Resources Press Enter. Please refer to the list below:
4-6-9 LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS
When you press <Enter> on this item, you will get a confirmation dialog box with a message similar to:
Load Optimized Defaults
(Y / N) ?
Y is for Yes, and N is for No. Pressing Y loads the BIOS default values that are factor settings for optimal performance of system operations.
4-6-10 SET SUPERVISOR / USER PASSWORD
These two options allow you to set your system passwords. Normally, the supervisor has a higher priority to change the CMOS setup option than the users. The way to set up the passwords for both Supervisor and Users are as follows: 1. Choose Change Password in the Main Menu and press <Enter>. Then the following message appears: Enter Password :
2. The first time you run this option, enter your password up to 8 characters and press <Enter>. (The screen does not display the entered characters.) 3. After you enter the password, the following message appears prompting you to confirm the password: Confirm Password :
4. Enter the same password exactly the same as you have just typed to confirm the password and press <Enter>. 5. Move the cursor to Save & Exit Setup to save the password. 6. If you need to delete the password entered before, choose the Supervisor Password and press <Enter>. It will delete the password that you have entered before. 7. Move the cursor to Save & Exit Setup to save the option you have just configured; otherwise the old password will still be there the next time you turn your system on. 8. Press <Enter> to exit to the Main Menu.
NOTE: If you forget or lose the password, the only way to access the
system is to clear the CMOS RAM. All setup informations will be lost and you need to run the BIOS setup program again.
4-6-11 SAVE & EXIT SETUP
SAVE & EXIT SETUP allows you to save all modifications you have specified into the CMOS memory. Highlight this option on the Main Menu and the following message appears:
SAVE to CMOS and EXIT (Y/N) ?
Y is for Yes, and N is for No. Press <Enter> key to save the configuration changes.
4-6-12 EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING option allows you to exit the Setup Utility without saving the modifications that you have specified. Highlight this option on the Main Menu and the following message appears:
Quit Without Saving (Y/N) ?
Y is for Yes, and N is for No. You may change the prompt to Y and press <Enter> key to leave this option.
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