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u 5VSB Indicator

This green LED gives an indication of the presence of the 5V Standby voltage. This voltage is always fed into the motherboard and is used for functions such as WOL.

NORTON SOFTWARE PACK

n n Antivirus Ghost 3
Motherboard Description n Virtual Drive

COMPLIANCE

The SY-7VBA 133 complies with all important industry standards. The following underlines the reliability of the SY-7VBA 133, a motherboard to trust. n PC99, ACPI compliant

USER FRIENDLY

n n n SOYO Combo Setup Jumperless design You can set up the following options trough the BIOS setting CPU FSB frequency CPU multiplier CPU Vcore voltage PCI clock AGP Clock SDRAM Clock

HANDLING THE MOTHERBOARD

To avoid damage to your Motherboard, follow these simple rules while unpacking: Before handling the Motherboard, ground yourself by grasping an unpainted portion of the system's metal chassis. Remove the Motherboard from its anti-static packaging. Hold the Motherboard by the edges and avoid touching its components. Check the Motherboard for damage. If any chip appears loose, press carefully to seat it firmly in its socket. Warning: Do not apply power if the Motherboard appears damaged. If there is damage to the board, contact your dealer immediately.
1-4 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS
Make sure to ground yourself before handling the Motherboard or other system components. Electrostatic discharge can easily damage the components. Note that you must take special precautions when handling the Motherboard in dry or air-conditioned environment. To protect your equipment from electrostatic discharge, take the following precautions: Do not remove the anti-static packaging until you are ready to install. Ground yourself before removing any system component from its protective anti-static packaging. (To ground yourself, grasp the expansion slot covers or other unpainted portions of the computer chassis.) Frequently ground yourself while working or use a grounding strap. Handle the Motherboard by its edges and avoid touching its components.

1-7.3 Microprocessor Upgrades
The motherboard can be upgraded with Socket 370 processors that run at higher speeds. When upgrading the processor, use the BIOS configuration mode to change the processor speed.

1-8 MEMORY

1-8.1 Main Memory
The motherboard has three DIMM sockets. SDRAM can be installed in one, two, or three sockets. Using the serial presence detect (SPD) data structure, programmed into an EPROM on the DIMM, the BIOS can determine the SDRAMs size and speed. Minimum DIMM memory size is 8 MB; maximum DIMM memory size is 256/512 MB. Memory size and speed can vary between sockets. The motherboard supports the following memory features: DRAM interface synchronous with host CPU (66/100/133MHz) or AGP (66MHz) for most flexible configuration DRAM interface may be faster than CPU by 33 MHz to allow use of PC100 memory modules with 66MHz Celeron or use of PC133 with 100MHz Pentium III DRAM interface may be slower than CPU by 33 MHz to allow use of older memory modules with newer CPUs (e.g., PC66 memory modules with 100MHz Pentium III) Concurrent CPU, AGP, and PCI access Supports FP,EDO, SDRAM, ESDRAM and VCM SDRAM memory types Different DRAM types may be used in mixed combinations Different DRAM timing for each bank Dynamic Clock Enable (CKE) control for SDRAM power reduction in high speed system. Mixed 1M/2M/4M/8M/16M/32MxN DRAMs The 7VBA 133 supports 3 DIMMs or 6 banks at 133MHz for 1.5GB max memory. Flexible row and column addresses 64-bit data width only 3.3V DRAM interface with 5V-tolerant inputs Programmable I/O drive capability for MA, command, and MD signals 10
Motherboard Description Dual copies of MA signals for improved drive
Optional bank-by-bank ECC (single-bit error correction and multibit error detection) or EC(error checking only) for DRAM integrity Two-bank interleaving for 16Mbit SDRAM support Two-bank and four bank interleaving for 64Mbit SDRAM support Independent SDRAM control for each bank Seamless DRAM command scheduling for maximum DRAM bus utilization (e.g., precharge other banks while accessing the current bank) Four cache lines (16quadwords) of CPU to DRAM write buffers Four cache lines of CPU to DRAM read prefetch buffers Read around write capability for non-stalled CPU read Speculative DRAM read before snoop result Burst read and write operation x-2-2-2-2-2-2-2 bank-to-back accesses for EDO DRAM from CPU or from DRAM controller x-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 back-to back accesses for SDRAM BIOS shadow at 16KB increment Decoupled and burst DRAM refresh with staggered RAS timing CAS before RAS or self refresh

1-9 CHIPSET

VT82C693A The VIA 693A is a high performance, cost-effective and energy efficient chip set for the implementation of AGP/PCI/ISA desktop personal computer systems from 66MHz, 100MHz and 133MHz based on 64-bit Socket 370 super-scalar processors. The Via 693A chip set consists of the VT82C693A system controller (510 pin BGA) and the VT82C686A PCI to ISA bridge (324 pin BGA). The system controller provides superior performance between the CPU, DRAM, AGP bus, and PCI bus with pipelined, burst, and concurrent operation. The VT82C693A supports eight banks of DRAMs up to 1.5GB. The DRAM controller supports standard Fast Page Mode (FPM) DRAM, EDO-DRAM, Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) and Virtual Channel SDRAM (VC SDRAM), in a flexible mix / match manner. The Synchronous DRAM interface allows zero wait state bursting between the DRAM and the data buffers at 66/100/133 MHz. The eight banks of DRAM can be composed of an arbitrary mixture of 1M/2M/4M/8M/16M/32MxN DRAMs. The DRAM controller also supports optional ECC (single-bit error correction and multi-bit detection) or EC (error checking) capability separately selectable on a bank-by-bank basis. The DRAM controller can run at either the host CPU bus frequency (66/100/133 MHz) or at the AGP bus frequency (66 MHz) with built-in PLL timing control. The VT82C693A system controller also supports full AGP v2.0 capability for maximum bus utilization including 4x mode transfers, SBA (Side Band Addressing), Flush/Fence commands, and pipelined grants. An eight level request queue plus a four level post-write request queue with thirty-two and sixteen quad words of read and write data FIFOs respectively are included for deep pipelined and split AGP transactions. A single-level GART TLB with 16 full associative entries and flexible CPU/AGP/PCI remapping control is also provided for operation under protected mode 12

Motherboard Description environment. 3) Keyboard controller with PS2 mouse support.
4) Real Time Clock with 256 byte extended CMOS. In addition to the standard ISA RTC functionality, the integrated RTC also includes the date alarm, century field, and other enhancements for compatibility with the ACPI standard. 5) Hardware monitoring subsystem for managing system/ motherboard voltage levels, temperatures, and fan speeds 6) Full System Management Bus (SMBus) interface. 7) Two 16550-compatible serial interface. 8) Integrated PCI-mastering dual full-duplex direct-sound AC97-linkcompatible sound system. Hardware soundblaster-pro and hardwareassisted FM blocks are included for Windows DOS box and real-mode DOS compatibility. Loopback capability is also implemented for directing mixed audio streams into USB and 1394 speakers for high quality digital audio 9) Two game ports and One MIDI port 10) 11) 12) ECP/EPP-capable parallel port Standard floppy disk drive interface Distributed DMA capability for support O ISA legacy DMA over I/O ports with infrared communications port option. A third serial port is available to be dedicated to the IR
the PCI bus. Serial IRQ is also supported for docking and non-docking application. 13) Plug and Play controller that allows complete steerability of all PCI interrupts and internal interrupts/ DMA channels to any interrupt channel. One additional steerable interrupt channel is provided to allow plug and play and reconfigurability of onboard peripherals for Windows family compliance. The VT82C686A also enhances the functionality of the standard ISA peripherals. The integrated interrupt controller supports both edge and level triggered interrupts channel by channel. The integrated DMA 15
controller supports type F DMA in addition to standard ISA DMA modes. Compliant with the PCI2.2 specification, the VT83C686A supports delayed transactions and remote power management so that slower ISA peripherals do not block the traffic of the PCI bus. Special circuitry is built in to allow concurrent operation without causing dead lock even in a PCIto PCI bridge environment. The chip also includes eight levels (doublewords) of line buffers from the PCI bus to the ISA bus to further enhance overall system performance.

UNPACKING THE MOTHERBOARD
When unpacking the Motherboard, check for the following items: u
The SY-7VBA 133 VT82C693A AGP/PCI Motherboard

This Quick Start Guide

The Installation CD-ROM
SOYO 3-in-1 Bonus Pack CD-ROM (Norton AntiVirus Ghost and Virtual Drive)
One IDE Device ATA 66 Flat Cable
One Floppy Disk Drive Flat Cable
Warning: Do not unpack the Motherboard from its anti-static packaging until you are ready to install it. Like most electronic equipment, your Motherboard may be damaged by electrostatic discharge. To avoid permanent damage to components ground yourself while working by using a grounding strap. Otherwise, ground yourself frequently by touching the unpainted portion of the computer chassis to drain the static charges. Handle the Motherboard carefully, holding it by the edges. You are now ready to start the installation.

2-3 INSTALLATION GUIDE

We will now begin the installation of the Motherboard. Please follow the step-by-step procedure designed to lead you to a complete and correct installation. Warning: Turn off the power to the Motherboard, system chassis, and peripheral devices before performing any work on the Motherboard or system.

BEGIN THE INSTALLATION

2-3.1 CPU Installation
Your SY-7VBA 133 motherboard comes with a CPU retention set kit. The retention set is used to hold the processor attached to the Socket 370 CPU connector on the motherboard.
Mark your CPU Frequency: Record the working frequency of your CPU that should be clearly marked on the CPU cover.

FSB 66MHz

400MHz (66 x 6.0) 433MHz (66 x 6.5) 466MHz (66x7.0) 500MHz (66x7.5) 600MHz (100 x 6.0) 650MHz (100 x 6.5) 666MHz (133 x 5.0) 733MHz (133 x 5.5) 533MHz (66x8.0)

FSB 100MHz

500MHz (100 x 5.0) 550MHz (100 x 5.5) 700MHz (100 x 7.0) 750MHz (100 x 7.5) 800MHz (133 x 6.0) 866MHz (133 x 6.5) 800MHz (100 x 8.0)

FSB 133MHz

533MHz (133 x 4.0) 600MHz (133 x 4.5)
CPU Mount Procedure: To mount the Celeron TM processor that you
have purchased separately, follow these instructions.
Lift the socket handle up to a vertical position.

Hardware Installation 2.

Align the blunt edge of the CPU with the matching pinhole distinctive edge on the socket.
Seat the processor in the socket completely and without forcing.
Then close the socket handle to secure the CPU in place.
Remember to connect the CPU Cooling Fan to the appropriate power connector on the Motherboard. The fan is a key component that will ensure system stability. The fan prevents overheating, therefore prolonging the life of your CPU. 2-3.1.1 CPU Fan Installation Your Socket 370 processor kit comes with a cooling fan. Mount the fan on the processor according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. The fan is a key component that will ensure system stability. The fan prevents overheating, therefore prolonging the life of your CPU. Note: Remember to connect the fan to the appropriate power source.

Note: CPUFAN must be installed for this Motherboard, CHAFAN is optional.
5. CD Line-in (CDIN1,CDIN2) This Motherboard provides two CD-Line in connectors. Please connect the 4-pin audio cable from your CD-ROM drive to either CDIN1 or CDIN2. (It fits in only one, depending on the cable that came with your CD-ROM drive) Please install according to the following pin assignment:
CDIN1,CDIN2(CD Line-in) Pin Assigment

CDIN1 Right

GND GND Left

Right Left GND GND 3 4

2-3.3.6 AGP VGA Card Insert the AGP VGA card into the AGP slot. Then connect the monitor information cable to the AGP card back plane external connector. Follow the manufacturer's instructions to perform the AGP VGA drivers installation.
2-3.3.7 ATX Power Supply Plug the connector from the power directly into the 20-pin male ATX PW connector on the Motherboard, as shown in the following figure.
Warning: Follow these precautions to preserve your Motherboard from any remnant currents when connecting to ATX power supply: Turn off the power supply and unplug the power cord of the ATX power supply before connecting to ATX PW connector. The Motherboard requires a power supply with at least 200 Watts and a "power good" signal. Make sure the ATX power supply can take at least 720 mA * load on the 5V Standby lead (5VSB) to meet the standard ATX specification. * Note: If you use the Wake-On-LAN (WOL) function, make sure the ATX power supply can support at least 720 mA on the 5V Standby lead (5VSB).
Please install the ATX power according to the following pin assignment:
12V 5VSB PW-OK GND 5V GND 5V GND 3.3V 3.3V 5V 5V -5V GND GND GND PS-ON GND -12V 3.3V
Pay special care to the directionality.

2-3.4 Jumper Setting

Step 1. CPU Core Voltage Adjust (VJ1)
In case your CPU is running on a frequency higher then it is specified for, increasing its core voltage can enhance its stability. Over-clocking your CPU does however force your system to operate outside of its specifications, and therefore SOYO can not guarantee system stability. CPU Core Voltage Adjust Default Vcore VJ1 Setting

Short pin 1-2

3% higher

Short pin 2-3

6% higher

Short pin 4-5

10% higher

Short pin 5-6

Step 2. CPU AJ33 and AJ31 Settings: JP6, JP7, CJ1 and
CJ2 For certain Intel CPUs, the multiplier is not locked such that setting a multiplier higher than specified on the CPU is possible. For technical details read the following: Your PII /III 100/66 MHz FSB CPU has a pin AJ33 (100/66# signal) to tell it what FSB frequency the CPU requires; The PIII 133 MHz FSB CPU has two pins AJ33and AJ31 (133/100# signal). JP6 and JP7 are connected to the AJ33 and AJ31 input respectively and are used to tell the motherboard what the CPU FSB frequency is. If these two jumpers are shorted the motherboard will automatically run at the frequency the CPU was specified to run at. However, the FSB Frequency can also be set through jumpers CJ1 and CJ2 and it may therefore differ from the Frequency the CPU specifies. If CJ1 and CJ2 are to be used, JP6 & JP7 must be open. Doing so may however force your CPU to operate out of its specifications and therefore SOYO can not guarantee the proper functioning of your system. Refer to the following table: CPU Frequency Automatic JP6 Short

JP7 Short

CJ1 Open

CJ2 Open

Manual

100MHz Open

133MHz Open
2-3.5 CMOS Clearing (JP5)
In some cases the CMOS memory may contain wrong data, follow the steps below to clear CMOS memory. 1. Clear the CMOS memory by momentarily shorting pin 2-3 on jumper JP5. This jumper can be easily identified by its white colored cap. 2. Then put the jumper back to 1-2 to allow writing new of data into the CMOS memory. CMOS Clearing Clear CMOS Data Retain CMOS Data Short pin 1-2 to retain new settings
Short pin 2-3 for JP5 Setting at least 5 seconds to clear the CMOS
Note: You must unplug the ATX power cable from the ATX power connector when performing the CMOS Clear operation.

2-3.6 Power On

You have now completed the hardware installation of your Motherboard successfully. 1. Turn the power on 2. To enter the BIOS Setup Utility, press the <DEL> key while the system is performing the diagnostic checks, Note: If you have failed to enter the BIOS, wait until the boot up sequence is completed. Then push the RESET button and press <DEL> key again at the beginning of boot-up, during diagnostic checks.
Hardware Installation Repeat this operation until you get the following screen. 3. The BIOS Setup screen appears:
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS CMOS SETUP UTILITY AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. SOYO COMBO SETUP STANDARD CMOS SETUP BIOS FEATURES SETUP CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS Esc : Quit F10 : Save & Exit Setup : Select Item (Shift) F2 : Change Color

INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS SUPERVISOR PASSWORD USER PASSWORD IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION SAVE & EXIT SETUP EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type

2-3.7 Quick BIOS Setup

This Motherboard does not use any hardware jumpers to set the CPU frequency. Instead, CPU settings are software configurable with the BIOS [SOYO COMBO SETUP]. The [SOYO COMBO SETUP] menu combines the main parameters that you need to configure, all in one menu, for a quick setup in BIOS. After the hardware installation is complete, turn the power switch on, then press the <DEL> key during the system diagnostic checks to enter the Award BIOS Setup program. The CMOS SETUP UTILITY will display on screen. Follow these steps to configure the CPU settings. SETUP UTILITY will display on screen. Then, follow these steps to configure the CPU settings.
Step 1. Select [STANDARD CMOS SETUP]
Set [Date/Time] and [Floppy drive type], then set [Hard Disk Type] to Auto.
Step 2. Select [LOAD SETUP DEFAULT] Select the LOAD SETUP DEFAULT menu and type Y at the prompt
to load the BIOS optimal setup.
Step 3. Select [SOYO COMBO SETUP]
Move the cursor to the [CPU Frequency] field to set the CPU frequency. (1) CPU Name & CPU ID
The BIOS will read the CPU name string and CPU ID code From the CPU and it will display it here. This item provides information only and can not be change.
(2) CPU Frequency Move the cursor to the [CPU Frequency] field to set the CPU frequency. Available [CPU Frequency] settings on your SY-7VBA 133 Motherboard are detailed in the following table.

CPU Frequency (MHz)

Manual 200MHz (66 x 3.0) 233MHz (66 x 3.5) 266MHz (66 x 4.0) 300MHz (66 x 4.5) 333MHz (66 x 5.0) 366MHz (66 x 5.5) 400MHz (66 x 6.0) 433MHz (66 x 6.5) 466MHz ( 66 x 7.0) 500MHz( 66 x 7.5) 533MHz ( 66 x 8.0) 300MHz (100 x 3.0) 350MHz (100 x 3.5) 400MHz (100 x 4.0) 450MHz (100 x 4.5) 500MHz (100 x 5.0) 550MHz (100 x 5.5) 600MHz (100 x 6.0) 650MHz (100 x 6.5) 700MHz(100 x 7.0) 750MHz (100 x 7.5) 800MHz (100 x 8.0) 400MHz (133 x 3.0) 466MHz (133 x 3.5) 533MHz (133 x 4.0) 600MHz (133 x 4.5) 666MHz (133 x 5.0) 733MHz (133 x 5.5) 800MHz (133 x 6.0) 866MHz (133 x 6.5) 933MHz (133 x 7.0)
Select the working frequency of your Pentium III, Pentium II, Celeron processor among these preset values. Note: Mark the checkbox that corresponds to the working frequency of your Pentium III, Pentium II, Celeron processor in case the CMOS configuration should be lost.
If you set this field to [Manual], you are then required to fill in the next two consecutive fields: (1) the CPU Host/PCI Clock, and (2) the CPU Ratio. 46

3-1 SOYO COMBO SETUP

This motherboard does not use any hardware jumpers to set the CPU frequency. Instead, CPU settings are software configurable with the BIOS [SOYO COMBO SETUP]. After the hardware installation is complete, turn the power switch on, then press the <DEL> key during the system diagnostic checks to enter the Award BIOS Setup program. The CMOS SETUP UTILITY will display on screen. Then, select the [SOYO COMBO SETUP] option from the main menu and press the <Enter> key.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS SOYO COMBO SETUP AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. : Manual Current System Temp. : 100/33 MHz Current CPU Temperature :X5 Current CPUFAN Speed : Host CLK Current CHAFAN Speed :3 Vcore : 2.01 V : Defxx 3.3V : 3.52 V : Enabled 12V : 12.09 V : Enabled : A,C,SCSI : Instant-off :Enabled : Disabled : Disabled : : ESC F1 F5 F7 : Quit : Select Item: : Help PU / PD / + / : Modify : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color : Load Setup Defaults
CPU Frequency (MHz) CPU Host/PCI Clock CPU Ratio DRAM Clock SDRAM Cycle Length CPU L2 Latency Adjust C.I.H. 4-WAY Protection Quick Power On Self Test Boot Sequence Soft-Off by PWRBTN Memory Ultra fast Modem Ring Resume RTC Alarm Resume Date (of Month) Timer (hh:mm:ss)
: 26 C / 78 F : 28 C / 82 F : 5433 RPM : 0 RPM 2.5V : 1.5 V 5V : 4.91 V
The [SOYO COMBO SETUP] menu combines the main parameters that you need to configure, all in one menu, for a quick setup in BIOS.
SY-7VBA 133 Description Note
3-1.1 Quick CPU Frequency Setup
Quick CPU Frequency Setup CPU Frequency Setting
Manual 200MHz (66 x 3 ) 233MHz (66 x 3.5) 266MHz (66 x 4 ) 300MHz (66 x 4.5) 333MHz (66 x 5 ) 366MHz (66 x 5.5) 400MHz (66 x 6 ) 433MHz (66 x 6.5) 466MHz ( 66 x 7 ) 500MHz( 66 x 7.5) 533MHz ( 66 x 8 ) 300MHz (100 x 3.5) 350MHz (100 x 3.5) 400MHz (100 x 4 ) 450MHz (100 x 4.5) 500MHz (100 x 5 )
550MHz (100 x 5.5) 600MHz (100 x 6 ) 650MHz (100 x 6.5) 700MHz(100 x 7 ) 750MHz (100 x 7.5) 800MHz (100 x 8 ) 400MHz (133 x 3 ) 466MHz (133 x 3.5) 533MHz (133 x 4 ) 600MHz (133 x 4.5) 666MHz (133 x 5 ) 733MHz (133 x 5.5) 800MHz (133 x 6 ) 866MHz (133 x 6.5) 933MHz (133 x 7 ) 1.0GHz (133 x 7.5) 1.064GHz (133 x 8 )

3-1.4 System Boot Control Settings
System Boot Control Settings Setting Description Provides a fast POTS at boot-up. Choose the boot sequence adapted to your needs, for example: l [A, C, SCSI] means the BIOS will look for an operating system first in drive A, then in drive C, and eventually in SCSI device. Note
Quick Power On Disabled Self Test Enabled Boot Sequence A, C, SCSI C, A, SCSI C, CDROM, A CDROM, C, A D, A, SCSI E, A, SCSI F, A, SCSI SCSI, A, C SCSI, C, A C only LS/ZIP, C

Default

3-1.5 Other Control Options
Other Control Setting Options Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN Description Note Default
Instant-off Delay 4 Sec. Turns off the system power 4 seconds after pushing the power button.
Memory Ultra Disabled fast Enabled
Setting this item to be enabled will set the memory to run at the fastest Default speed. Only use this setting with good quality DIMM modules. An input signal on the serial Ring Default Indicator (RI) line (in other words, an incoming call on the modem) awakens the system from a soft off state.

Modem Ring Resume

Disabled Enabled
Other Control Options (Continued)
Other Control Setting Options RTC Alarm Resume Disabled Enabled Description Note
The system ignores the alarm. Default Set alarm to power on the system by the date (1-31) or time (hh:mm:ss). If the date is set to [0], the system will self-power on by alarm everyday at the set time.
3-1.6 CPU Device Monitoring
CPU Device Monitoring Current System Temp. Current CPU Temperature Current CPUFAN Speed Current CHAFAN Speed Vcore, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5V, 12V Setting Description Show the current status of the system temperature. Show the current status of CPU temperature. Show the current status of CPU Fan Show the current status of the chassis Fan Show the current voltage status. Note

C/F C/F C/F C/F

3-2 STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Select the [STANDARD CMOS SETUP] option from the Main Menu and press [Enter] key.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS STANDARD CMOS SETUP AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Date (mm:dd:yy) Time (hh:mm:ss) HARD DISKS Primary Master Primary Slave Secondary Master Secondary Slave Drive A Drive B : None : : : : : Thu, Jan : 1: 9 TYPE Auto Auto Auto Auto :25 SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR 640K 31744K 384K MODE AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO

: 1.44M, 3.5 in. Base Memory: Extended Memory: Other Memory:
Floppy 3 Mode Support : Disabled
Video Halt On ESC F1 : Quit : Help
: EGA/VGA : All, But Keyboard Total Memory: 32768K

: Select Item

(Shift) F2 : Change Color

PU / PD / + / - : Modify

This screen allows you to modify the basic CMOS settings. After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] key to return to the Main Menu.

3-2.1 Date & Time

Date Time Display mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss Setting Type the current date Type the current time Please Note You can also the PUp/PDn keys to toggle 24-hour clock format 3:15 PM is displayed as 15:15:00
3-2.2 Hard Disks Type & Mode
Choose the type and mode for the hard disks that you have already installed. Primary Setting (Secondary) Master & Slave Type Auto User None Mode Auto Normal LBA Large Description Note
BIOS detects hard disk type Default automatically. User defines the type of hard disk. BIOS detects hard disk mode automatically. Normal IDE hard disk Enhanced IDE hard disk Large IDE hard disk (for certain hard disk) Default <528MB >528MB
Note: If you have any questions on your hard disk type or mode, ask your hard disk provider or previous user for details.

3-2.3 Floppy Drives

Floppy Drives Drives A & B Setting 360KB, 5.25 in. 1.2MB, 5.25 in. 720KB, 3.5 in. 1.44MB, 3.5 in. 2.88MB, 3.5 in. None Disabled Drive A Drive B Both Description Note
Default Not installed Default
Supports 3-mode Special disk drive floppy diskette: commonly used in 740KB/1.2MB/ Japan 1.44MB on selected disk drive.

Floppy 3-Mode Support

3-2.4 Video
Select the video mode: EGA/VGA (Default), CGA 40, CGA 80, Mono (Monochrome).

3-2.5 Halt On

When the BIOS detects system errors, this function will stop the system. Select which type of error will cause the system halt: All Errors (Default), No Errors, All But Diskette, All But Keyboard, All But Disk/Key.

3-3 BIOS FEATURES SETUP

Select the [BIOS FEATURES SETUP] option from the Main Menu and press [Enter] key.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS BIOS FEATURES SETUP AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. PBVA-Virus Protection CPU Internal Cache External Cache CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking Processor Number Feature Swap Floppy Drive Boot Up Floppy Seek Boot Up NumLock Status IDE HDD Block Mode Cate A20 Option Memory Parity / ECC Check Typematic Rate Setting Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) Typematic Delay (Msec) Security Option PCI/VGA Palette Snoop OS Select For DRAM > 64 MB HDD S.M.A.R.T. capability : Disabled : Enabled : Enabled : Enabled : Enabled : Disabled : Disabled : On : Enabled : Fast : Disabled : Disabled :6 : 250 : Setup : Disabled : Non-OS2 : Disabled Video BIOS C8000-CBFFF D0000-D7FFF D8000-DFFFF Shadow Shadow Shadow Shadow : Enabled : Disabled : Disabled : Disabled

ESC F1 F5 F7

: Quit : Select Item : Help PU/PD/+/- : Modify : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color : Load Setup Defaults
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] key and follow the instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
3-3.1 PBVA-Virus Protection
PBVA-Virus Protection Setting Disabled Enabled Description Enable this option to protect the boot sectors and partition tables of your hard disk. Any attempt to write to them will the system to halt and display a warning message. 64 Note Default
SY-7VBA 133 Setting Description Note Default
3-3.2 Cache Memory Options
CPU Internal Cache Disabled Enabled Enables the CPU's internal cache. Disabled Enabled Enables the external memory.

External Cache

3-3.3 L2 Cache Memory
Setting CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking Description Note Default Disabled Enabled This option activates the CPU L2 cache ECC checking function.
3-3.4 Processor Number Feature
Setting Disabled Processor Number Feature Enabled Description Note
If this item is set to enabled, Default Application programs can read the unique CPU-ID number in your Pentium III CPU. Set to disabled, the CPU-ID number can not be read anymore by any software.
3-3.5 System Boot Control Settings
System Boot Control Settings Swap Floppy Drive Setting Disabled Enabled Description Note Default Changes the sequence of A and B drives.
SY-7VBA 133 Setting Disabled Enabled Description Note Default If this item is set to enabled, the system will test the floppy drive by moving its head from and back to pos 0. Puts numeric keypad in NumLock mode at boot-up. Puts numeric keypad in arrow key mode at boot-up. Default
System Boot Control Settings (Continued)
System Boot Control Settings Boot Up Floppy Seek
On Boot Up NumLock Status Off
3-3.6 Other Control Options
Setting Description Note Default IDE HDD Block Mode Disabled Invokes multi-sector transfer instead of one sector per transfer. Not all HDDs support this funcion. Enabled Gate A20 Option Normal Fast Allows RAM access Default above 1MB using the fast gate A20 line. Default

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS INTEGRATED PWEIPHERALS AWARD SOFTWARD, INC. OnChip IDE Channel0 OnChip IDE Channel1 IDE Prefetch Mode Primary Master PIO Primary Slave PIO Secondary Master PIO Secondary Slave PIO Primary Master UDMA Primary Slave UDMA Primary Master UNMA Primary Slave UDMA Init Display First Onboard FDC Controller Onboard Serial Port 1 Onboard Serial Port 2 UR2 Mode IR Function Duplex TX,RX inverting enable : Enabled : Enabled : Enabled : Auto : Auto : Auto : Auto : Auto : Auto : Auto : Auto : PCI Slot : Enabled : 3F8/IRQ4 : 2F8/IRQ3 : Standard : Full : No, No Onboard Parallel Port Onboard Parallel Mode ECP Mode Use DMA Parallel Port EPP type Onboard Legacy Audio Sound Blaster SB I/O Base Address SB IRQ Select SB DMA Select MPV-401 MPV-401 I/O Address Game Port (200-207H) : 378/IRQ7 : SPP :1 : EPP 1.9 : Enabled : Disabled : 220H : IRQ 5 : DMA 0 : Disabled : 300-303H : Disabled
The following tables describe each field in the INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS Menu and provide instructions on how to configure the IDE controls, FDC controls, and the onboard serial and parallel ports.
SY-7VBA 133 Setting Disabled Enabled Disabled Enabled Description Turn off the on-board IDE Use the on-board IDE Invokes multi-sector transfer instead of one sector per transfer. Not all HDDs support this function. Note
3-8.1 IDE Device Controls
IDE Controls On-Chip PCI IDE Primary Secondary IDE HDD Block Mode

Default Default

Primary Master PIO Primary Slave PIO Secondary Master PIO Secondary Slave PIO

mode 0-4 Auto

0 is the slowest speed 4 is the fastest speed For better performance Default and stability, we suggest you use the Auto setting to set the HDD control timing. Select Auto to enable Ultra DMA Mode support. Default
Primary Master UDMA Primary Slave UDMA

Disabled Auto

3-8.2 Init Display Controls
lnit Display Controls Init Display First Setting Description Note PCI Slot Choose which card Default AGP AGP Display card or PCI VGA card to initialize first.

3-11 IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
This Main Menu function automatically detects the hard disk type and configures the STANDARD CMOS SETUP accordingly.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS CMOS SETUP UTILITY AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. HARD DISKS Primary Master : Select Primary Master SIZE CYLS HEAD Option (N=Skip) : N PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR TYPE SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR MODE

OPTIONS

2(Y) 3308 Note: Some Oses( SCO-UNIX Before v5.0) must use NORMAL for installation ESC : Skip
63 LBA 63 NORMAL 63 LARGE
Note: This function is only valid for IDE type of hard disk drives.

Drivers installation

Chapter 4 DRIVERS INSTALLATION
Your SY-7VBA 133 Motherboard comes with a CD-ROM labeled "SOYO CD." The SOYO CD contains the user's manual file for your new Motherboard, the drivers software available for installation, and a database in HTML format with information on SOYO Motherboards and other products.
Step 1. Insert the SOYO CD into the CD-ROM drive
The SOYO CD will auto-run, and the SOYO CD Start Up Menu will be as shown. If you use Windows NT, the SOYO-CD will not detect your motherboard type. In that case the following dialog will pop up, please choose your motherboard and press OK. Now the SOYO-CD Start Up Menu will be shown.
Please Select Your Board 7IWA-F 7IWA-F V1.0 6IWM/L 6IWM 6IWA LI-7000 7IWB 7IWB V1.0 7IWM 7IWM/L V1

Cancel

(SOYO CD Start Up Program Menu)
If you use Windows 95 or 98, the SOYO CD Start Up Program automatically detects which SOYO Motherboard you own and displays the corresponding model name.
The user's manual files included on the SOYO CD are in PDF (Postscript Document) format. In order to read a PDF file, the appropriate Acrobat Reader software must be installed in your system. Note: The Start Up program automatically detects if the Acrobat Reader utility is already present in your system, and otherwise prompts you on whether or not you want to install it. You must install the Acrobat Reader utility to be able to read the user's manual file. Follow the instructions on your screen during installation, then once the installation is completed, restart your system and re-run the SOYO CD.

Step 2. Install Drivers

Click the Install Drivers button to display the list of drivers software that can be installed with your Motherboard. The Start Up program displays the drivers available for the particular model of Motherboard you own. We recommend that you only install those drivers.

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CPU Multiplier The SY-7VBA 133 supports a wide range of multipliers: 2.0x, 2.5x, 3.0x, 3.5x, 4.0x, 4.5x, 5.0x, 5.5x, 6.0x, 6.5x, 7.0x, 7.5x and 8.0x

EXPANDABILITY

The SY-7VBA 133 provides all the standard expansion slots, and many more additional expansion features: Expansion slots 1 x 32-bit bus master AGP slot 5 x 32-bit bus master PCI slots 2 x 16-bit ISA slots Enhanced IO Floppy disk controller 2x EIDE controllers with support for up to 4 Ultra DMA 33/66 devices Standard/EPP/ECP parallel port 2x 16550 compatible serial ports IrDA compatible infrared port 4x USB (Universal Serial Bus) connectors PS/2 mouse connector PS/2 keyboard connector

ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

The SY-7VBA 133 supports advanced functions such as: Wake-On-LAN Supports Wake-On-LAN (Some advanced network cards can wake the system up over the network, the WOL connector is provided by the SY-7VBA 133 to support this function). Multiple boot The SY-7VBA 133 supports booting from devices such as CD-ROM. Power on by modem or alarm If the SY-7VBA 133 system is in suspend mode, it can be switched back on through the modem or RTC alarm through this function. This opens a lot of possibilities, such as remote access that switches the system on only after the modem receives a call.

FAIL SAFE

The SY-7VBA 133 comes with added functionality to make managing the system easy and safe

Hardware Monitor

The integrated Hardware Monitor IC and Hardware doctor software enables the user to monitor system voltages, temperatures and FAN speeds. This makes sure that the user is full control of the system
Power Failure Resume Function
This function can be set in the BIOS, and determines whether the system will automatically turn on again after a power failure. This function is indispensable for server systems that need to always be on line.

5VSB Indicator

This green LED gives an indication of the presence of the 5V Standby voltage. This voltage is always fed into the motherboard and is used for functions such as WOL.

NORTON SOFTWARE PACK

COMPLIANCE
The SY-7VBA 133 complies with all important industry standards. The following underlines the reliability of the SY-7VBA 133, a motherboard to trust. PC99, ACPI compliant

USER FRIENDLY

SOYO Combo Setup Jumperless design You can set up the following options trough the BIOS setting CPU FSB frequency CPU multiplier CPU Vcore voltage PCI clock AGP Clock SDRAM Clock

HANDLING THE MOTHERBOARD

To avoid damage to your Motherboard, follow these simple rules while unpacking: Before handling the Motherboard, ground yourself by grasping an unpainted portion of the system's metal chassis. Remove the Motherboard from its anti-static packaging. Hold the Motherboard by the edges and avoid touching its components. Check the Motherboard for damage. If any chip appears loose, press carefully to seat it firmly in its socket. Warning: Do not apply power if the Motherboard appears damaged. If there is damage to the board, contact your dealer immediately.

1-4 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS
Make sure to ground yourself before handling the Motherboard or other system components. Electrostatic discharge can easily damage the components. Note that you must take special precautions when handling the Motherboard in dry or air-conditioned environment. To protect your equipment from electrostatic discharge, take the following precautions: Do not remove the anti-static packaging until you are ready to install. Ground yourself before removing any system component from its protective anti-static packaging. (To ground yourself, grasp the expansion slot covers or other unpainted portions of the computer chassis.) Frequently ground yourself while working or use a grounding strap. Handle the Motherboard by its edges and avoid touching its components.
1-5 SY-7VBA 133 MOTHERBOARD LAYOUT
PS/2 KB PS/2 Mouse Connector Connector

CJ2 VJ1

JP6 USB 1 USB 2 PRT COM A

Socket 370

CPUFAN

ATX Power

VT82C693A

JOYSTICK

LINE-OUT LINE-IN MIC JACK

AGP Slot

IDE 1 IDE 2

DIMM 3

DIMM 2

CODEC AC97

PCI Slot #1 PCI Slot #2

DIMM 1

3 M JP5l e a r C O S C

3V Lithium Battery

J u m p e r

PCI Slot #3

VT82C686A

Flash BIOS

PCI Slot #4 SIRCON PCI Slot #5

ISA Slot #1

Power LED

Speaker

SB HDD PWRBT LED LED

Back Panel

SY-7VBA 133 Platform

ISA Slot #2

CHAFAN
1-6 SY-7VBA 133 MOTHERBOARD COMPONENTS

A B C D E F G H

Motherboard Description A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y CPU AJ33 and AJ31 Setting Jumper (JP6, JP7) Socket 370 Connector CPU Core Voltage Adjust Jumper CPU Cooling Fan Connector Via 693A North Bridge chip ATX Power Supply Connector DIMM Banks CPU AJ33 and AJ31 Setting Jumper (CJ1, CJ2) Floppy Disk Drive (FDD) Port Bus Mastering e-IDE/ATAPI Ports 32-bit AGP Slot 3V Lithium Battery CMOS Clear Jumper Via 686A South Bridge Chip 32-bit PCI Mastering Slots Standard Infrared (IrDA) Device Header USB Ports Chassis Cooling Fan Front panel connectors 16-bit ISA Slots Flash BIOS Wake-On-LAN (WOL) Header CD-IN Connectors AC97 Codec Chip Back panel Connectors

1-7 MICROPROCESSOR

The motherboard supports a single Socket 370 processor. The processors VID pins automatically program the voltage regulator on the motherboard to the required processor voltage. In addition, the front side bus speed (100 MHz and 133 MHz) is automatically selected. The motherboard supports all current Socket 370 processor speeds, voltages, and bus frequencies.

1-7.1 Microprocessor Packaging
The CPU is packaged in a 370 pin PGA package. A fan must be used to ensure adequate cooling.

1-7.2 Second Level Cache

The second-level cache is located on the substrate of the CPU package. The cache includes 0KB/128KB or 256 KB of synchronous pipelined burst static RAM. All supported onboard memory can be cached.
1-7.3 Microprocessor Upgrades
The motherboard can be upgraded with Socket 370 processors that run at higher speeds. When upgrading the processor, use the BIOS configuration mode to change the processor speed.

1-8 MEMORY

1-8.1 Main Memory
The motherboard has three DIMM sockets. SDRAM can be installed in one, two, or three sockets. Using the serial presence detect (SPD) data structure, programmed into an EPROM on the DIMM, the BIOS can determine the SDRAMs size and speed. Minimum DIMM memory size is 8 MB; maximum DIMM memory size is 256/512 MB. Memory size and speed can vary between sockets. The motherboard supports the following memory features: DRAM interface synchronous with host CPU (66/100/133MHz) or AGP (66MHz) for most flexible configuration DRAM interface may be faster than CPU by 33 MHz to allow use of PC100 memory modules with 66MHz Celeron or use of PC133 with 100MHz Pentium III DRAM interface may be slower than CPU by 33 MHz to allow use of older memory modules with newer CPUs (e.g., PC66 memory modules with 100MHz Pentium III) Concurrent CPU, AGP, and PCI access Supports FP,EDO, SDRAM, ESDRAM and VCM SDRAM memory types Different DRAM types may be used in mixed combinations Different DRAM timing for each bank Dynamic Clock Enable (CKE) control for SDRAM power reduction in high speed system. Mixed 1M/2M/4M/8M/16M/32MxN DRAMs The 7VBA 133 supports 3 DIMMs or 6 banks at 133MHz for 1.5GB max memory. Flexible row and column addresses 64-bit data width only 3.3V DRAM interface with 5V-tolerant inputs Programmable I/O drive capability for MA, command, and MD signals 10
Motherboard Description Dual copies of MA signals for improved drive
Optional bank-by-bank ECC (single-bit error correction and multi-bit error detection) or EC(error checking only) for DRAM integrity Two-bank interleaving for 16Mbit SDRAM support Two-bank and four bank interleaving for 64Mbit SDRAM support Independent SDRAM control for each bank Seamless DRAM command scheduling for maximum DRAM bus utilization (e.g., precharge other banks while accessing the current bank) Four cache lines (16quadwords) of CPU to DRAM write buffers Four cache lines of CPU to DRAM read prefetch buffers Read around write capability for non-stalled CPU read Speculative DRAM read before snoop result Burst read and write operation x-2-2-2-2-2-2-2 bank-to-back accesses for EDO DRAM from CPU or from DRAM controller x-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 back-to back accesses for SDRAM BIOS shadow at 16KB increment Decoupled and burst DRAM refresh with staggered RAS timing CAS before RAS or self refresh

1-9 CHIPSET

VT82C693A The VIA 693A is a high performance, cost-effective and energy efficient chip set for the implementation of AGP/PCI/ISA desktop personal computer systems from 66MHz, 100MHz and 133MHz based on 64-bit Socket 370 super-scalar processors. The Via 693A chip set consists of the VT82C693A system controller (510 pin BGA) and the VT82C686A PCI to ISA bridge (324 pin BGA). The system controller provides superior performance between the CPU, DRAM, AGP bus, and PCI bus with pipelined, burst, and concurrent operation. The VT82C693A supports eight banks of DRAMs up to 1.5GB. The DRAM controller supports standard Fast Page Mode (FPM) DRAM, EDO-DRAM, Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) and Virtual Channel SDRAM (VC SDRAM), in a flexible mix / match manner. The Synchronous DRAM interface allows zero wait state bursting between the DRAM and the data buffers at 66/100/133 MHz. The eight banks of DRAM can be composed of an arbitrary mixture of 1M/2M/4M/8M/16M/32MxN DRAMs. The DRAM controller also supports optional ECC (single-bit error correction and multi-bit detection) or EC (error checking) capability separately selectable on a bank-by-bank basis. The DRAM controller can run at either the host CPU bus frequency (66/100/133 MHz) or at the AGP bus frequency (66 MHz) with built-in PLL timing control. The VT82C693A system controller also supports full AGP v2.0 capability for maximum bus utilization including 4x mode transfers, SBA (Side Band Addressing), Flush/Fence commands, and pipelined grants. An eight level request queue plus a four level post-write request queue with thirty-two and sixteen quad words of read and write data FIFOs respectively are included for deep pipelined and split AGP transactions. A single-level GART TLB with 16 full associative entries and flexible CPU/AGP/PCI remapping control is also provided for operation under protected mode 12
operating environments. Both Window 95 VxD and Windows 98 /NT5.0 mini port drivers are supported for interoperability with major AGP-based 3D and DVD- capable multimedia accelerators. The VT82C693A supports two 32-bit 3.3/5V system buses (one AGP and one PCI) that are synchronous/ pseudo-synchronous to the CPU bus. The chip also contains a built-in bus-to-bus bridge to allow simultaneous concurrent operations on each bus. Five levels (double words) of post write buffers are included to allow for concurrent CPU and PCI operation. For PCI master operation, forty-eight levels (double words) of post write buffers and sixteen levels (double words) of prefetch buffers are included for concurrent PCI bus and DRAM/cache accesses. The chip also supports enhanced PCI bus commands such as Memory-Read-Line, Memory-Read-Multiple and Memory-Write-Invalid commands to minimize snoop overhead. In addition, advanced features are supported such as snoop ahead, snoop filtering, L1 write-back forward to PCI master, and L1 write-back merged with PCI post write buffers to minimize PCI master read latency and DRAM utilization. Delay transaction and read caching mechanisms are also implemented for further improvement of over all system performance. The 352-pin Ball Grid Array VT82C686A PCI to ISA bridge supports four levels (double words) of line buffers, type F DMA transfers and delay transaction to allow efficient PCI bus utilization The VT82C686A also includes an integrated keyboard controller with PS/2 mouse support, integrated DS12885 style real time clock with extended 256 byte CMOS RAM, integrated master mode enhanced IDE controller with full scatter/ gather capability and extension to UltraDMA-33/66 for 33/66 MB/sec transfer rate, integrated USB interface with root Hub and two function ports with built-in physical layer transceivers, Distributed DMA supports, and On Now/ ACPI compliant advanced configuration and power management interface. For sophisticated power management, the Via 693A provides independent clock stop control for the CPU/SDRAM, PCI, and AGP buses and 13

2-3 INSTALLATION GUIDE

We will now begin the installation of the Motherboard. Please follow the step-by-step procedure designed to lead you to a complete and correct installation. Warning: Turn off the power to the Motherboard, system chassis, and peripheral devices before performing any work on the Motherboard or system.

BEGIN THE INSTALLATION

2-3.1 CPU Installation
Your SY-7VBA 133 motherboard comes with a CPU retention set kit. The retention set is used to hold the processor attached to the Socket 370 CPU connector on the motherboard.
Mark your CPU Frequency: Record the working frequency of
your CPU that should be clearly marked on the CPU cover.

FSB 66MHz

400MHz (66 x 6.0) 433MHz (66 x 6.5) 466MHz (66 x7.0) 500MHz (66 x7.5) 533MHz (66 x 8.0) 566MHz (66 x 8.5) 600MHz (66 x 9.0) 633MHz (66 x 9.5) 667MHz (66 x 10.0) 700MHz (66 x 10.5) 800MHz (100 x 8.0) 850MHz (100 x 8.5) 933MHz (133 x 7.0)

FSB 100MHz

500MHz (100 x 5.0) 550MHz (100 x 5.5) 600MHz (100 x 6.0) 650MHz (100 x 6.5) 667MHz(133 x 5.0) 733MHz(133 x 5.5) 700MHz (100 x 7.0) 750MHz (100 x7.5) 800MHz (133 x 6.0) 866MHz (133 x 6.5)

FSB 133MHz

533MHz (133 x 4.0) 600MHz (133 x 4.5)
CPU Mount Procedure: To mount the Celeron TM processor that you
have purchased separately, follow these instructions.
Lift the socket handle up to a vertical position.
BIOS Setup Utility 2. distinctive edge on the socket.
Align the blunt edge of the CPU with the matching pinhole
Seat the processor in the socket completely and without forcing.
Then close the socket handle to secure the CPU in place.
Remember to connect the CPU Cooling Fan to the appropriate power connector on the Motherboard. The fan is a key component that will ensure system stability. The fan prevents overheating, therefore prolonging the life of your CPU. 2-3.1.1 CPU Fan Installation Your Socket 370 processor kit comes with a cooling fan. Mount the fan on the processor according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. The fan is a key component that will ensure system stability. The fan prevents overheating, therefore prolonging the life of your CPU. Note: Remember to connect the fan to the appropriate power source.
2-3.2 SDRAM Memory Module Installation
Your board comes with three DIMM sockets, providing support for up to 1.5GB of main memory using unbuffered and registered DIMM modules from 8MB to 512MB. On this motherboard, DRAM speed can be set independent from the CPU front side bus speed. Depending on the DRAM clock speed setting in the BIOS setup (Chapter 3), appropriate memory modules must be used. For 66MHz DRAM speed, use PC66 memory; for 100MHz DRAM speed, use PC100 memory; for 133MHz DRAM speed, use PC133 memory.
Memory Configuration Table
Number of Memory Modules RAM Type Memory Module Size (MB) DIMM 1 DIMM 2 SDRAM 8/16/32/64/128/256/512 MB DIMM 3

My PCI VGA card works fine with my system, but when I put in a new AGP card, it does not give me any video. Is my AGP slot bad? This is a common problem with AGP video cards. The reason is that your AGP card did not get seated into the AGP slot fully and firmly. Please push your AGP card down into the socket real hard, it should snap twice. You may have to unscrew the AGP card to allow the card to go further down. Do take care not to damage the card by using too much force. I get distorted video my AGP card right after I save my bios. Why is that? The cause is likely that your AGP card is not running at the correct bus speed. To fix this, please clear the CMOS via JP5 and if it still does not work, please upgrade your motherboard bios to the latest version.

BIOS Issues

Where can I find the BIOS revision of my mainboard? It will be displayed on the up-left corner on the screen during boot-up. It will show as your board type followed by the revision number, such as 5EH_2CA1 (meaning revision 2CA1 for the SY-5EH board) or 6BA+ IV_2AA2 which means SY-6BA+ IV motherboard with 2AA2 bios. Where can I find the latest BIOS of my motherboard? Please go to the technical support page of one of the SOYO websites (Taiwan: www.soyo.com.tw), and look up your motherboard to find the latest BIOS revision.
Hard disk, floppy drive, CD-ROM etc
When I boot up my new computer I got "floppy boot failure" and the LED on the floppy stays on Make sure the red wire of floppy ribbon cable goes to Pin1 on the floppy drive side (don't trust the "key lock" or "notch") and use the end-connector of the cable (don't use middle one).

Modem issues

I get an "I/O Conflict" message when I turn on my system and I can not get my modem to work
BIOS Setup Utility the bios under integrated peripheral setup.
What you need to do is to disable 'COM2' (or UART2 or serial port 2) in I have installed my modem drivers several times and I still cannot get my modem to work. Why? If you are sure that the modem driver has been installed correctly, then you need to install the VIA 4 in 1 driver from the SOYO CD, this is because Windows does not properly recognize relatively new chipsets.

Audio Issues

I do not get any sound from my sound card. What could be wrong? Please make sure the speaker is connected to the speaker out port on your sound card. In Device Manager, I keep getting yellow exclamation signs on my sound port even though I have installed my sound driver several times and I could not get my sound card to work. What is wrong? It is likely that you did not have the correct driver installed. If you are sure that the correct sound driver has been installed, then please install the 'VIA 4 in 1' driver for the motherboard. The sound is working in my system, but when I play CD music from the CD-ROM, I do not get any sound. What is wrong? This is because the 3-wire audio cable from the CD-ROM to the sound card is not connected or it is loose. The sound from my sound card is distorted when Windows starts. What is wrong? First, if you are using an ISA sound card, please make sure the IRQ needed for the sound card is set to 'Legacy ISA' in the bios. In other words, if your ISA sound card takes IRQ5, then set IRQ5 to 'Legacy ISA'. Next, install the 'VIA 4 in 1' driver for the motherboard. The sound and everything else works fine except that the recorder and microphone do not work. What is wrong? 49

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS SOYO COMBO SETUP AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. :Enabled Current System Temp. :Disabled Current CPU Temperature : Host CLK Current CPUFAN Speed :3 Current CHAFAN Speed : Defxx Vcore : 2.01 V : Enabled 3.3V : 3.52 V : Enabled 12V : 12.09 V : A,C,SCSI : Instant-off :Enabled : Disabled : Disabled : : ESC F1 F5 F7 : Quit : Select Item: : Help PU / PD / + / : Modify : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color : Load Setup Defaults
Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk Spread Spectrum DRAM Clock SDRAM Cycle Length CPU L2 Latency Adjust C.I.H. 4-WAY Protection Quick Power On Self Test Boot Sequence Soft-Off by PWRBTN Memory Ultra fast Modem Ring Resume RTC Alarm Resume Date (of Month) Timer (hh:mm:ss)
: 26 C / 78 F : 28 C / 82 F : 5433 RPM : 0 RPM 2.5V : 1.5 V 5V : 4.91 V
The [SOYO COMBO SETUP] menu combines the main parameters that you need to configure, all in one menu, for a quick setup in BIOS.
SY-7VBA 133 Description Note
3-1.1 Quick CPU Frequency Setup
Quick CPU Setting Frequency Setup Disabled Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk Enabled
When enabled, this item will auto detect if the DIMM and Default PCI socket have devices and will send clock signal to DIMM and PCI devices. When disabled, it will send the clock signal to all DIMM and PCI socket. This item allows you to enable/disable the spread spectrum modulate. Default
Spread Spectrum DRAM Clock

Disabled Enabled

HCLK-33M Default This item allows you to control Host Clock the DRAM speed. HCLK+33M When synchronous DRAM is installed, the number of clock cycles of CAS latency depends on the DRAM timing. Do not reset this field from the default value specified by the system designer. Default

SDRAM Cycle Length

3-1.2 L2 Cache Memory
Setting Description Note Default This item allows the user to adjust CPU L2 Cache Def xx Latency Adjust Set 01~15 the CPU L2 cache latency. This item should only be used by experienced users. Setting it to an inappropriate value can crash the system.
3-1.3 C.I.H. 4-WAY Protection Settings
Setting C.I.H. 4-WAY Protection Description Note Disabled When set to enabled, the BIOS can only Enabled be programmed through AWDFLASH, Default making sure that any virus is unable to program the system BIOS. Set to disable the BIOS can be programmed the traditional way.
3-1.4 System Boot Control Settings
System Boot Control Settings Setting Description Provides a fast POTS at boot-up. Note
Quick Power On Disabled Self Test Enabled Boot Sequence

Default

A, C, SCSI Choose the boot sequence adapted to your needs, for C, A, SCSI C, CDROM, A example: [A, C, SCSI] means CDROM, C, A the BIOS will look for an D, A, SCSI operating system first in E, A, SCSI drive A, then in drive C, F, A, SCSI and eventually in SCSI SCSI, A, C device. SCSI, C, A C only LS/ZIP, C
3-1.5 Other Control Options
Other Control Setting Options Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN Description Note Default
Instant-off Delay 4 Sec. Turns off the system power 4 seconds after pushing the power button.
Other Control Options (Continued)
Other Control Setting Options Memory Ultra Disabled fast Enabled Description Note
Setting this item to be enabled will set the memory to run at the fastest Default speed. Only use this setting with good quality DIMM modules. An input signal on the serial Ring Default Indicator (RI) line (in other words, an incoming call on the modem) awakens the system from a soft off state. The system ignores the alarm. Default Set alarm to power on the system by the date (1-31) or time (hh:mm:ss). If the date is set to [0], the system will self-power on by alarm everyday at the set time.

Modem Ring Resume

RTC Alarm Resume
3-1.6 CPU Device Monitoring
CPU Device Monitoring Current System Temp. Current CPU Temperature Current CPUFAN Speed Current CHAFAN Speed Vcore, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5V, 12V Setting Description Show the current status of the system temperature. Show the current status of CPU temperature. Show the current status of CPU Fan Show the current status of the chassis Fan Show the current voltage status. Note

C/F C/F RPM RPM

3-2 STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Select the [STANDARD CMOS SETUP] option from the Main Menu and press [Enter] key.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS STANDARD CMOS SETUP AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Date (mm:dd:yy) Time (hh:mm:ss) HARD DISKS Primary Master Primary Slave Secondary Master Secondary Slave Drive A Drive B : None : : : : Thu, Jan : 1 : 9 :25 TYPE Auto Auto Auto : Auto SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR 640K 31744K 384K MODE AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO
: 1.44M, 3.5 in. Base Memory: Extended Memory: Other Memory:
Floppy 3 Mode Support : Disabled
Video Halt On ESC F1 : Quit : Help
: EGA/VGA : All, But Keyboard Total Memory: 32768K

: Select Item

(Shift) F2 : Change Color

PU / PD / + / - : Modify

This screen allows you to modify the basic CMOS settings. After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] key to return to the Main Menu.

3-2.1 Date & Time

3-3.9 Other Control Options
Other Control Options PCI/VGA Palette Snoop Setting Disabled Enabled
OS2 OS Select for DRAM>64MB Non-OS2 HDD S.M.A.R.T. capability Disabled Enabled

Video BIOS Shadow

Disabled Enabled Default The BIOS is shadowed in a 16K segment if it is enabled and if it has BIOS present. These 16 segments can be shadowed from ROM to RAM. BIOS shadow copies BIOS code from slower ROM to faster RAM. BIOS can then execute from RAM.
3-4 CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
Caution: Change these settings only if you are already familiar with the Chipset. The [CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP] option changes the values of the chipset registers. These registers control the system options in the computer.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS CMOS SETUP UTILITY CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP Bank 0/1 Timing Bank 2/3 Timing Bank 4/5 Timing Memory Hole Read Around Write Concurrent PCI/Host System BIOS Cacheable Video RAM cacheable AGP Aperture Size AGP-2X Mode OnChip USB USB Keyboard Support OnChip Sound : Normal
: Disabled : Disabled : Disabled : Disabled : Disabled : 64M : Enabled : Enabled : Disabled : Enabled
After you have completed the changes, press [Esc] and follow the instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving. The following table describes each field in the CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP Menu and how to configure each parameter.
BIOS Setup Utility CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP CHIPSET Setting Description FEATURES Bank 0/1, 2/3, 4/5 DRAM Timing SDRAM 10ns SDRAM 8ns Normal Medium Fast Turbo Disabled 15M -16M

SY-7VBA 133 Note Default

This item allows you to select the value in this field, depending on whether the board has paged DRAMs or EDO (extended data output) DRAMs. Some interface cards will map their ROM address to this area. If this occurs, select 15M 16M in this field.

Memory Hole

Read Around Write
DRAM optimization feature: Default If a memory read is addressed to a location whose latest write is being held in a buffer before being written to memory, the read is satisfied through the buffer contents, and the read is not sent to the DRAM. When disabled, CPU bus will be occupied during the entire PCI operation period. Default

Concurrent PCI/Host

System BIOS Cacheable
Selecting Enabled allows Default caching of the system BIOS ROM at F0000h-FFFFFh, resulting in better system performance. However, if any program writes to this memory area, a system error may result. Default The ROM area A0000-BFFFF is cacheable.

No Video Off After Video Off Method Standby Suspend Doze V/H Sync+Blank Blank screen DPMS Supported 3-11, NA

3-5.2 PM Timers

PM Timers Setting The following [HDD Power Down] field may be configured only if [Power Management] is set to [User Define] HDD Power Down Disabled 1-15Min When the set time has elapsed, BIOS sends a command to the HDD to power down. This turns off the HDD motor. Default
Some older model HDDs may not support this advanced function.
The following [Doze Mode] field may be configured only if [Power Management] is set to [User Define] Doze Mode Disable 1Min-1H When the set time has our elapsed, BIOS sends a command to the system to enter Doze Mode. Default System clock drops to 33MHz.
The following [Suspend Mode] field may be configured only if [Power Management] is set to [User Define] Suspend Mode Disable 1Min-1H In Suspend mode, the CPU our stops completely (no instructions are executed.) MODEM Use IRQ NA 3 Assigns an IRQ# to the modem device. Default
Only an SL-Enhanced (or SMI) CPU can enter this mode.
SY-7VBA 133 Description When Enabled, your can set the LAN awakens the system. Default When On of LPT & COM, any activity from one of the listed system peripheral devices or IRQs wakes up the system. Note

3-5.3 PM Events

PM Events VGA Setting ON OFF LPT & COM NONE LPT COM LPT/COM HDD & FDD ON
When On of HDD & FDD, any Default activity from one of the listed system peripheral devices wakes up the system. When you are On of DMA/ Master, any activity from one of the list system peripheral devices wakes up the system. Default Default When set to On, any event occurring at will awaken a system which has been powered down. The following is a list of IRQs, Interrupt 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 Off, activity will neither prevent the system from going into a power management mode nor awaken it. 71

OFF DMA/master ON

OFF Primary INTR ON OFF
3-6 PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP
This option sets the motherboard's PCI Slots.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. PNP OS Installed Resources Controlled By Reset Configuration Data IRQ - 3 IRQ - 4 IRQ - 5 IRQ - 7 IRQ - 9 IRQ - 10 IRQ - 11 IRQ - 12 IRQ - 14 IRQ - 15 DMA - 0 DMA - 1 DMA - 3 DMA - 5 DMA - 6 DMA - 7 assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to assigned to : No : Manual : Disabled : Legacy ISA : Legacy ISA : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP : PCI/ISA PnP CPU to PCI Write Buffer PCI Dynamic Bursting PCI Master 0 WS Write PCI Delay Transaction PCI #2 Access #1 Retry AGP Master 1 WS Write AGP Master 1 WS Read Assign IRQ For USB Assign IRQ For VGA Slot 1/5 Use IRQ NO. Slot 2 Use IRQ No. Slot 3 Use IRQ No. Slot 4 Use IRQ No. ESC F1 F5 F7 : Enabled : Enabled : Enabled : Enabled : Disabled : Enabled : Disabled : Enabled : Enabled : Auto : Auto : Auto : Auto

After you have completed the PCI Slot Configuration, press [Esc] and follow the instructions on your screen to save your settings or exit without saving.
3-6.1 PNP/PCI Configuration Controls
PNP/PCI Controls PNP OS Installed Resources Controlled By Setting Yes No Manual Description Note
This item allows you to determine install PnP OS or Default not.
BIOS does not manage PCI/ISA PnP card IRQ assignment. Requires to assign IRQ-# and DMA-# to PCI or ISA PnP manually. IRQ-3,4,5,7,9,10,11,12,14,15 assigned to: _ DMA-0,1,3,5,6,7 assigned to: _ Auto The Plug-and-Play BIOS Recommended auto manages PCI/ISA PnP card IRQ assignment automatically. Disabled Retain PnP configuration Default data in BIOS. Enabled Reset PnP configuration data in BIOS.

Reset Configuration Data

3-6.2 PNP/PCI Configuration Setup
PNP/PCI Setup Setting Description Note If [Resources Controlled By] is set to [Manual] IRQ-# and DMA-# assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP Choose IRQ-# and DMA-# assigned to PCI/ISA PnP card. Legacy ISA Choose IRQ-# and DMA-# assigned to Legacy ISA card.
IRQ-3,4,5,7,9,10, 11,12,14,15 DMA-0,1,3,5,6,7 IRQ-3,4,5,7,9,10, 11,12,14,15 DMA-0,1,3,5,6,7
3-6.3 PCI Slot Configuration
PCI Slot Setting Configuration CPU to PCI Write Buffer Description Note
Disabled When this field is Enabled, writes Enabled from the CPU to the PCI bus are Default buffered, to compensate for the speed differences between the CPU and the PCI bus. When Disabled, the writes are not buffered and the CPU must wait until the write is complete before starting another write cycle.
PCI Dynamic Disabled When Enabled, every write Bursting Enabled transaction goes to the write buffer. Default Burstable transactions then burst on the PCI bus and nonburstable transactions dont. PCI Master 0 Disabled WS Write Enabled When Enabled, writes to the PCI bus are executed with zero wait states. PCI Delay Transaction Default
Disabled The chipset has an embedded 32-bit Enabled posted write buffer to support delay Default transactions cycles. Select Enabled to support compliance with PCI specification version 2.1. Default
PCI #2 Access Disabled When PCI#2 (AGP bus) access to #1 Retry Enabled PCI#1 (PCI bus) has a error occurred.
Default AGP Master 1 Disabled WS Write Enabled When Enabled, writes to the AGP(Accelerated Graphics Port) are executed with one wait states.
PCI Slot Configuration (Continued)
PCI Slot Setting Configuration Description Note Default
AGP Master 1 Disabled WS Read Enabled When Enabled, read to the AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) are executed with one wait states. Assign IRQ For USB Assign IRQ For VGA
Disabled BIOS will assign IRQ for USB port. Enabled BIOS wont assign IRQ for USB Default port. Enabled BIOS will assign IRQ for VGA port. Default Disabled BIOS wont assign IRQ for VGA port.

3-8.6 Onboard Legacy Audio
This field controls the onboard legacy audio. Setting Description Disabled Onboard Legacy Audio Enabled Sound Blaster Disabled Enabled SB I/O Base Address Set this item to Enabled if using software (like DOS games) that needs a legacy audio device. Set this item to enabled if your on-board audio-chip is sound Blaster compatible. Note Default Default
220H Select the base address for your 240H,260H sound Blaster (SB) compatible Audio IC. ,280H
Select the IRQ your SB Audio IC SB IRQ Select IRQ 5 IRQ7,9,10 uses. SB DMA Select DMA1 Select the DMA channel your SB DMA2,3,0 Audio IC uses. 80
Onboard Legacy Audio (Continued)
This field controls the onboard legacy audio. Setting Description MPU-401 Disabled Enabled Set this item to enabled to make use of MIPI. Note Default
MPU-401 I/O 330-333H Select the I/O address for your MIDI Default Address 330-303H functionality. 310-313H 320-323H Game Port (200-207H) Disabled Enabled Set this item to enabled to make use of the game port. Default
3-8.7 MULTI I/O ADDRESSES
Default settings for multi-I/O addresses are as follows: Port LPT1 COM1 COM2 I/O Address 378H 3F8H 2F8H IRQ 3 Status ECP/EPP
Warning: If a default I/O address conflicts with other I/O cards such as sound card, you must change one of the I/O addresses to remedy to this address conflict. (I/O addresses can be adjusted from the BIOS Setup Utility)

SUPERVISOR PASSWORD

Based on the setting you have made in the [Security Option] of the [BIOS FEATURES SETUP] section, the password prevents access to the system or the setup program by unauthorized users. Follow this procedure to set a new password or disable the password: 1. Choose [BIOS FEATURES SETUP] in the Main Menu and press [Enter]. Select the [Security Options] item and set the field to: a. [System]: The password is required every time the system is booted. This means only a person who knows the password can use this computer. b. [Setup]: The password is required only when you attempt to enter the BIOS Setup program. 2. Choose [SUPERVISOR PASSWORD] from the Main Menu and press [Enter]. The following prompt appear: Enter Password: Warning: If you forget or lose the password, the only way to access the system is to set jumper JP5 to clear the CMOS RAM. All setup information is lost and you must run the BIOS setup program again.
Note: If you do not wish to use the password function, press [Enter] directly and the following message appears: Password Disabled!!
BIOS Setup Utility 3. appears, prompting to confirm the new password: Confirm Password: 4.
Enter your new password and press [Enter]. The following message
Re-enter your password and then press [Enter] to exit to the Main Menu.

This diagram outlines the password selection procedure:
Type the Password Type the Password and Press: <Enter> Press:
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS Press <Enter> without CMOS SETUP UTILITY Without entering password AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS Enter Password: SUPERVISOR PASSWORD USER PASSWORD Password Disabled!! IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION SAVE & EXIT SETUP EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
Press: entering the password
STANDARD CMOS SETUP BIOS FEATURES SETUP
CHIPSETPassword: SETUP Enter FEATURES POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS Esc : Quit

Confirm Password:

F10 : Save & Exit Setup
After you confirm the password, After you confirm : Select Item the press <Esc> to exit
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type
(Shift) : password, press F2 to Change Color exit

3-10 USER PASSWORD

When the user password option is on, you are not allowed to change any setting in the [CMOS SETUP UTILITY] except for changing the user's password. The password setting procedure is similar to that for the [SUPERVISOR PASSWORD] (Refer to section 3-9).
3-11 IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
This Main Menu function automatically detects the hard disk type and configures the STANDARD CMOS SETUP accordingly.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS CMOS SETUP UTILITY AWARD SOFTWARE, INC. HARD DISKS Primary Master : TYPE SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR MODE
Select Primary Master Option (N=Skip) : N OPTIONS SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR MODE 2(Y) LBA 63 NORMAL 63 LARGE Note: Some Oses( SCO-UNIX Before v5.0) must use NORMAL for installation ESC : Skip
Note: This function is only valid for IDE type of hard disk drives.

Drivers Installation

Chapter 4 DRIVERS INSTALLATION
The SOYO-CD will NOT autorun if you use it on an Operating System other than Windows 2000 or NT. Your SY-7VBA 133 Motherboard comes with a CD-ROM labeled "SOYO CD." The SOYO CD contains (1) the user's manual file for your new Motherboard, (2) the drivers software available for installation, and (3) a database in HTML format with information on SOYO Motherboards and other products.
Step 1. Insert the SOYO CD into the CD-ROM drive
If you use Windows NT, the SOYO-CD will not detect your motherboard type. In that case the following dialog will pop up, please choose your motherboard and press OK. Now the SOYO-CD Start Up Menu will be shown.

 

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