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|badwrongfun||3:49am on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|ASRock P4COMBO Take your chances. Most of these boards are refurbished. This is not for a first time do it yourselfer.|
|asistmaxa||5:53pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|Overall good MB, if using 775 CPU, the pins on the board need to be switched around. Recommend Good Motherboard with two CPU sockets. (One for 478 pin P4 and one for the 775 pin P4.) To use the 775 socket you have to switch 16 or so jumpers.|
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AMI legal BIOS, Supports Plug and Play, ACPI 1.1 compliance wake up events, CPU frequency stepless control (only for advanced users reference, see CAUTION 6) Microsoft Windows 98 SE / ME / 2000 / XP compliant
1. 2. About the setting of Hyper Threading Technology, please check page 26. Please check the table below for the memory support frequency and its corresponding CPU FSB frequency. CPU FSB Frequency Memory Support Frequency 400 DDR266, DDR320*, DDR400 DDR266, DDR333 DDR266
* When you use an FSB800-CPU on this motherboard, it will run at
3. DDR320 if you adopt a DDR333 memory module. While CPU overheat is detected, the system will automatically shutdown. Before you resume the system, please check if the CPU fan on the motherboard functions properly and unplug the power cord, then plug it back again. To improve heat dissipation, remember to spray thermal grease between the CPU and the heatsink when you install the PC system. 4. 5. Do NOT use a 3.3V AGP card on the AGP slot of this motherboard! It may cause permanent damage! Power Management for USB 2.0 works fine under Microsoft Windows XP SP1 / 2000 SP4. It may not work properly under Microsoft Windows 98/ ME. Please refer to Microsoft official document at http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hwdev/bus/USB/USB2support.mspx 6. Although this motherboard offers stepless control, it is not recommended to perform over-clocking. Frequencies other than the recommended CPU bus frequencies may cause the instability of the system or damage the CPU.
1.3 Motherboard Layout
24.4cm (9.6 in)
USB 2.0 T: USB2 B: USB3
USB 2.0 T: USB0 B: USB1
30.5cm (12.0 in)
Bottom: MIC IN
USB 2.0 T: USB4 B: USB5
Intel 848P Chipset
Top: LINE IN
Center: LINE OUT
FSB800 USB2.0 DDR400 5.1CH AGP8X SATA
DDR1 (64/72 bit, 184-pin module) DDR2 (64/72 bit, 184-pin module)
PCI2 PCI3 PCI4
Intel ICH5 Chipset
PS2_USB_PWR1 Jumper ATX 12V Connector (ATX12V1) 775-Pin CPU Socket CPU Heatsink Retention Module (for 478-Pin CPU) 478-Pin CPU Socket J1- J6 Jumpers, J8- J13 Jumpers, J18 / J21 Jumpers North Bridge Controller CPU Fan Connector (CPU_FAN1) 184-pin DDR DIMM Slots (DDR1- 2) Secondary IDE Connector (IDE2, Black) Primary IDE Connector (IDE1, Blue) Clear CMOS Jumper (CLRCMOS0) System Panel Header (PANEL1) Chassis Speaker Header (SPEAKER 1) Chassis Fan Connector (CHA_FAN1) Primary Serial ATA Connector (SATA1)
Jumpers J1, J2, J3 J4, J5, J6 J8, J9, J10 J11, J12 J13, J18 J21
NOTE: For clearer view of Jumpers J1-J6, J8 - J13, J18, and J21, please refer to the magnification on page 9.
J1 / J4 / J8 / J11 / J12 / J13 J2 / J3 / J5 / J6 / J9 / J10 / J14
J17 / J18
478-Pin CPU (all 16 Jumpers: short Pin2 and Pin3) (Default)
(10 x 3-pin)
(7 x 3-pin)
(4 x 3-pin)
(10 x 3-pin) 775-Pin CPU (all 16 Jumpers: short Pin1 and Pin2)
2.2 CPU Installation
This motherboard is equipped with two types of CPU sockets. You may choose to install either Intel 775-Pin CPU or Intel 478-Pin CPU into this motherboard. However, to avoid instability and damage to the system, please do not install both of them into this motherboard. I. For the installation of Intel 775-Pin CPU, please follow the steps below.
775-Pin Socket Overview
Before you insert the 775-Pin CPU into the socket, please check if the CPU surface is unclean or if there is any bent pin on the socket. Do not force to insert the CPU into the socket if above situation is found. Otherwise, the CPU will be seriously damaged.
Step 1. Open the socket: Step 1-1. Disengaging the lever by depressing down and out on the hook to clear retention tab.
Step 1-2. Rotate the load lever to fully open position at approximately 135 degrees. Step 1-3. Rotate the load plate to fully open position at approximately 100 degrees.
Step 2. Insert the 775-Pin CPU: Step 2-1. Hold the CPU by the edges where are marked with black lines.
Step 2-2. Orient the CPU with IHS (Integrated Heat Sink) up. Locate Pin1 and the two orientation key notches.
Pin1 orientation key notch orientation key notch Pin1 alignment key
775-Pin Socket 775-Pin CPU
For proper inserting, please ensure to match the two orientation key notches of the CPU with the two alignment keys of the socket.
Step 2-3. Carefully place the CPU into the socket by using a purely vertical motion. Step 2-4. Verify that the CPU is within the socket and properly mated to the orient keys. Step 3. Remove PnP Cap (Pick and Place Cap): Use your left hand index finger and thumb to support the load plate edge, engage PnP cap with right hand thumb and peel the cap from the socket while pressing on center of PnP cap to assist in removal.
It is recommended to use the cap tab to handle and avoid kicking off the PnP cap.
Step 4. Close the socket: Step 4-1. Rotate the load plate onto the IHS. Step 4-2. While pressing down lightly on load plate, engage the load lever. Step 4-3. Secure load lever with load plate tab under retention tab of load lever.
II. For the installation of Intel 478-Pin CPU, please follow the steps below. Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Unlock the socket by lifting the lever up to a 90 angle. Position the CPU directly above the socket such that its marked corner matches the base of the socket lever. Carefully insert the CPU into the socket until it fits in place.
The CPU fits only in one correct orientation. DO NOT force the CPU into the socket to avoid bending of the pins.
When the CPU is in place, press it firmly on the socket while you push down the socket lever to secure the CPU. The lever clicks on the side tab to indicate that it is locked.
CPU Marked Corner Lift Lever Up to 90 Socket Marked Corner
STEP 1: Lift The Socket Lever Up to 90
STEP 2/STEP 3: Match The CPU Marked Corner to The Socket Marked Corner
STEP 4: Push Down And Lock The Socket Lever
2.3 Installation of CPU Fan and Heatsink
This motherboard is equipped with two types of CPU sockets. You may choose to install either Intel 775-Pin CPU or Intel 478-Pin CPU into this motherboard. It requires different types of heatsinks and cooling fans to fit with the installed CPU to dissipate heat. You also need to spray thermal grease between the CPU and the heatsink to improve heat dissipation. Make sure that the CPU and the heatsink are securely fastened and in good contact with each other. Then connect the CPU fan to the CPU_FAN connector (CPU_FAN1, see page 8, No. 8). For proper installation, please kindly refer to the instruction manuals of your CPU fan and heatsink. Below is an example to illustrate the installation of the heatsink for 775-Pin CPU. Step 1. Apply thermal interface material onto center of IHS on the socket surface.
Step 3. Step 4.
Place the heatsink onto the socket. Ensure fan cables are oriented on side closest to the CPU fan connector on the motherboard (CPU_FAN1, see page 8, No. 8). Align fasteners with the motherboard throughholes. Rotate the fastener clockwise, then press down on fastener caps with thumb to install and lock. Repeat with remaining fasteners.
Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.
2.6 Jumpers Setup
The illustration shows how jumpers are setup. When the jumper cap is placed on pins, the jumper is Short. If no jumper cap is placed on pins, the jumper is Open. The illustration shows a 3-pin jumper whose pin1 and pin2 are Short when jumper cap is placed on these 2 pins. Jumper PS2_USB_PWR1
(see p.8 No. 1)
1_2 +5V 2_3 +5VSB
Description Short pin2, pin3 to enable
+5VSB (standby) for PS/2 or USB wake up events. Note: To select +5VSB, it requires 2 Amp and higher standby current provided by power supply. JR1 / JL1 Jumper
(see p.8 No. 23)
Note: If the jumpers JL1 and JR1 are short, both the front panel and the rear panel audio connectors can work. Clear CMOS
(CLRCMOS0) (see p.8 No. 12)
Note: CLRCMOS0 allows you to clear the data in CMOS. The data in CMOS includes system setup information such as system password, date, time, and system setup parameters. To clear and reset the system parameters to default setup, please turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the power supply. After waiting for 15 seconds, use a jumper cap to short the Clear CMOS jumper for 5 seconds. After shorting the Clear CMOS jumper, please remove the jumper cap. However, please do not clear the CMOS right after you update the BIOS. If you need to clear the CMOS when you just finish updating the BIOS, you must boot up the system first, and then shut it down before you do the clear-CMOS action. FSB Select Jumper
(see p.8 No. 31)
Note: The default setting of the FSB Select jumper is shorting pin1 and pin2. Please keep the default setting for the systems stability.
2.7 Onboard Headers and Connectors
Onboard headers and connectors are NOT jumpers. Do NOT place jumper caps over these headers and connectors. Placing jumper caps over the headers and connectors will cause permanent damage of the motherboard!
(33-pin FLOPPY1) (see p.8 No. 20)
the red-striped side to Pin1
Note: Make sure the red-striped side of the cable is plugged into Pin1 side of the connector. Primary IDE connector (Blue)
(39-pin IDE1, see p.8 No. 11)
Secondary IDE connector (Black)
(39-pin IDE2, see p.8 No. 10)
connect the black end connect the blue end to the IDE devices to the motherboard 80-conductor ATA 66/100 cable Note: If you use only one IDE device on this motherboard, please set the IDE device as Master. Please refer to the instruction of your IDE device vendor for the details. Besides, to optimize compatibility and performance, please connect your hard disk drive to the primary IDE connector (IDE1, blue) and CD-ROM to the secondary IDE connector (IDE2, black). Serial ATA Connectors
(SATA1: see p.8 No. 16) (SATA2: see p.8 No. 17)
These two Serial ATA (SATA) connectors support SATA data cables for internal storage devices. The current SATA interface allows up to 1.5 Gb/s data transfer rate. Either end of the SATA data cable can be connected to the SATA hard disk or the SATA connector on the motherboard.
Serial ATA (SATA) Data Cable
Serial ATA (SATA) Power Cable
connect to the SATA HDD power connector connect to the power supply
Please connect the black end of SATA power cable to the power connector on each drive. Then connect the white end of SATA power cable to the power connector of the power supply. ASRock I/O PlusTM accommodates 6 default USB 2.0 ports. If those USB 2.0 ports on the I/O panel are not sufficient, this USB 2.0 header is available to support 2 additional USB 2.0 ports. This USB4_5 connector is shared with the USB 2.0 ports 4,5 on ASRock I/O PlusTM. When using the front panel USB ports by attaching the front panel USB cable to this connector (USB4_5), the USB ports 4,5 on ASRock I/O PlusTM will not be able to function. This header supports an optional wireless transmitting and receiving infrared module. These connectors allow you to receive stereo audio input from sound sources such as a CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, TV tuner card, or MPEG card. This is an interface for front panel audio cable that allows convenient connection and control of audio devices.
USB 2.0 Header
(9-pin USB67) (see p.8 No. 19)
USB_PWR P-6 P+6 GND DUMMY
GND P+7 P-7 USB_PWR
Shared USB 2.0 Header
(9-pin USB4_5) (see p.8 No. 32)
1 USB_PWR P-4 P+4 GND USB_PWR P-5 P+5 GND DUMMY
Infrared Module Header
(5-pin IR1) (see p.8 No. 29)
IRTX +5V DUMMY
Internal Audio Connectors
(4-pin CD1, 4-pin AUX1) (CD1: see p.8 No. 25) (AUX1: see p.8 No. 26)
CD-R GND GND CD-L
AUX-R GND GND AUX-L
Front Panel Audio Header
(9-pin AUDIO1) (see p.8 No. 24)
GND +5VA BACKOUT-R BACKOUT-L
AUD-OUT-L GND AUD-OUT-R MIC-POWER MIC
System Panel Header
(9-pin PANEL1) (see p.8 No. 13)
PLED+ PLEDPWRBTN# GND
This header accommodates several system front panel functions.
DUMMY RESET# GND HDLEDHDLED+
Chassis Speaker Header
(4-pin SPEAKER 1) (see p.8 No. 14)
SPEAKER DUMMY DUMMY +5V
Please connect the chassis speaker to this header.
Chassis Fan Connector
(3-pin CHA_FAN1) (see p.8 No. 15)
GND +12V CHA_FAN_SPEED
Please connect a chassis fan cable to this connector and match the black wire to the ground pin. You may connect either a 3-pin or a 4-pin CPU fan cable to this connector, then match the black wire to the ground pin.
CPU Fan Connector
(4-pin CPU_FAN1) (see p.8 No. 8)
GND +12V CPU_FAN_SPEED N/C
Note: If you use a 3-pin CPU fan cable, insert it to the connector by aligning it with the pins GND, +12V, and CPU_FAN_SPEED.
ATX Power Connector
(20-pin ATXPWR1) (see p.8 No. 34)
Please connect an ATX power supply to this connector.
Game Port Connector
(15-pin GAME1) (see p.8 No. 21)
+5V JBB1 JBX MIDI_OUT JBY JBB2 MIDI_IN
Connect a Game cable to this connector if the Game port bracket is installed.
+5V JAB2 JAY GND GND JAX JAB1 +5V
ATX 12V Connector
(4-pin ATX12V1) (see p.8 No. 2)
Please note that it is necessary to connect a power supply with ATX 12V plug to this connector so that it can provides CPU Vcore power. Failing to do so will cause the failure to power up.
2.8 Serial ATA (SATA) Hard Disks Installation
This motherboard adopts Intel ICH5 south bridge chipset that supports Serial ATA (SATA) hard disks. You may install SATA hard disks on this motherboard for internal storage devices. This section will guide you to install the SATA hard disks. STEP 1: Install the SATA hard disks into the drive bays of your chassis. STEP 2: Connect the SATA power cable to the SATA hard disk. STEP 3: Connect one end of the SATA data cable to the motherboards SATA connector. STEP 4: Connect the other end of the SATA data cable to the SATA hard disk.
Before you install OS into the SATA hard disk, you need to check and ensure the configuration of the OnBoard IDE Operate Mode option in BIOS setup is correct according to the condition of your system. For the configuration details, please refer to the instruction on page 29.
3. BIOS SETUP UTILITY
This section explains how to use the BIOS SETUP UTILITY to configure your system. The BIOS FWH chip on the motherboard stores the BIOS SETUP UTILITY. You may run the BIOS SETUP UTILITY when you start up the computer. Please press <F2> during the Power-On-Self-Test (POST) to enter the BIOS SETUP UTILITY, otherwise, POST will continue with its test routines. If you wish to enter the BIOS SETUP UTILITY after POST, restart the system by pressing <Ctl> + <Alt> + <Delete>, or by pressing the reset button on the system chassis. You may also restart by turning the system off and then back on. Because the BIOS software is constantly being updated, the following BIOS setup screens and descriptions are for reference purpose only, and they may not exactly match what you see on your screen.
3.1.1 BIOS Menu Bar
The top of the Main Advanced H/W Monitor Boot screen has a menu bar with the following selections: To set up the system time/date information To set up the advanced BIOS features To display current hardware status To set up the default system device to locate and load the Operating System Security To set up the security features Exit To exit the current screen or the BIOS SETUP UTILITY Use < > key or < > key to choose among the selections on the menu bar, and then press <Enter> to get into the sub screen.
3.1.2 Navigation Keys
Please check the following table for the function description of each navigation key. Navigation Key(s) / / + / <Enter> <F1> <F9> <F10> <ESC> Function Description Moves cursor left or right to select Screens Moves cursor up or down to select items To change option for the selected items To bring up the selected screen To display the General Help Screen To load optimal default values for all the settings To save changes and exit the BIOS SETUP UTILITY To jump to the Exit Screen or exit the current screen
3.2 Main Screen
When you enter the BIOS SETUP UTILITY, the Main screen will appear and display the system overview
BIOS SETUP UTILITY H/W Monitor Boot
System Time System Date BIOS Version Processor Type Processor Speed Cache Size Microcode Update Total Memory DIMM 1 DIMM 2 : : : : : [14:00:09] [Wed 07/07/2004] P4 COMBO BIOS P1.00 Intel (R) Pentium (R) 4 CPU 2.40 GHz 2400 MHz 512KB 0F29/17
Use [Enter], [TAB] or [SHIFT-TAB] to select a field. Use [+] or [-] to configure system Time.
: 256MB : 256MB/166MHz (DDR333) : None
+Tab F1 F9 F10 ESC
Select Screen Select Item Change Field Select Field General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit
v02.54 (C) Copyright 1985-2003, American Megatrends, Inc.
System Time [Hour:Minute:Second] Use this item to specify the system time. System Date [Day Month/Date/Year] Use this item to specify the system date.
3.3 Advanced Screen
In this section, you may set the configurations for the following items: CPU Configuration, Chipset Configuration, ACPI Configuration, IDE Configuration, PCIPnP Configuration, Floppy Configuration, SuperIO Configuration, and USB Configuration.
WARNING : Setting wrong values in below sections may cause system to malfunction. CPU Configuration Chipset Configuration ACPI Configuration IDE Configuration PCIPnP Configuration Floppy Configuration SuperIO Configuration USB Configuration
Enter F1 F9 F10 ESC
Select Screen Select Item Go to Sub Screen General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit
Setting wrong values in this section may cause the system to malfunction.
3.3.1 CPU Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced CPU Configuration
CPU Host Frequency Actual Frequency (MHz) Spread Spectrum Ratio Status Ratio Actual Value CPU Thermal Throttling Hyper Threading Technology [Auto]  [Disabled] : Locked : 12 [Disabled] [Auto] +F1 F9 F10 ESC Select Screen Select Item Change Option General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit Select how to set the CPU host frequency.
CPU Host Frequency While entering setup, BIOS auto detects the present CPU host frequency of this motherboard. The actual CPU host frequency will show in the following item. Spread Spectrum This item should always be [Disabled] for better system stability.
Ratio Status This is a read-only item, which displays whether the ratio status of this motherboard is Locked or Unlocked. If it shows Unlocked, you will find an item Ratio CMOS Setting appears to allow you changing the ratio value of this motherboard. If it shows Locked, then the item Ratio CMOS Setting will be hidden. If you use the ratio value to time the CPU frequency, it will be equal to the core speed of the installed processor. Ratio Actual Value This is a read-only item, which displays the ratio actual value of this motherboard. CPU Thermal Throttling You may select [Enabled] to enable P4 CPU internal thermal control mechanism to keep the CPU from overheated. Hyper Threading Technology To enable this feature, it requires a computer system with an Intel Pentium4 processor that supports Hyper-Threading technology and an operating system that includes optimization for this technology, such as Microsoft Windows XP. Set to [Auto] if using Microsoft Windows XP, or Linux kernel version 2.4.18 or higher. This option will be hidden if the installed CPU does not support Hyper-Threading technology.
3.3.2 Chipset Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced Chipset Configuration
DRAM Frequency Flexibility Option Configure DRAM Timing by SPD DRAM CAS# Latency DRAM RAS# Precharge DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay DRAM Precharge Delay DRAM Burst Length Memory Hole Init. Graphic Adapter Priority Graphics Aperture Size OnBoard LAN OnBoard AC'97 Audio [Auto] [Disabled] [Disabled] [Auto] [4 Clocks] [4 Clocks] [8 Clocks]  [Disabled] [PCI / AGP] [64MB] [Enabled] [Auto] Options 133MHz (DDR266) 166MHz (DDR333) 200MHz (DDR400) Auto
+F1 F9 F10 ESC
Select Screen Select Item Change Option General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit
DRAM Frequency If [Auto] is selected, the motherboard will detect the memory module(s) inserted and assigns appropriate frequency automatically. You may also select other value as operating frequency: [133MHz (DDR 266)], [166MHz (DDR 333)], [200MHz (DDR 400)].
Flexibility Option The default value of this option is [Disabled]. It will allow better tolerance for memory compatibility when it is set to [Enabled]. Configure DRAM Timing by SPD Select [Enabled] will configure the following items by the contents in the SPD (Serial Presence Detect) device. DRAM CAS# Latency Use this item to adjust the means of memory accessing. Configuration options: [Auto], [2.5], , and . Please note that the configuration option  is available only for FSB 800 and FSB 533. DRAM RAS# Precharge This controls the idle clocks after a precharge command is issued. Configuration options: [4 Clocks], [3 Clocks], and [2 Clocks]. DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay This controls the latency between the DRAM active command and the read / write command. Configuration options: [4 Clocks], [3 Clocks], and [2 Clocks]. DRAM Precharge Delay This controls the number of DRAM clocks for RAS minimum. Configuration options: [8 Clocks], [7 Clocks], [6 Clocks], and [5 Clocks]. DRAM Burst Length DRAM Burst length can be set as  or . Memory Hole The default value of this item is [Disabled], or you may set the value of this item as [15MB-16MB]. Init. Graphic Adapter Priority This allows you to select [PCI/AGP] and [AGP/PCI] as the initial graphics adapter priority. The default vaule is [PCI/AGP]. Graphics Aperture Size It refers to a section of the PCI memory address range used for graphics memory. It is recommended to leave this field at the default value unless the installed AGP cards specifications requires other sizes. OnBoard LAN This allows you to enable or disable the OnBoard LAN feature. OnBoard AC97 Audio Select [Auto] or [Disabled] for the onboard AC97 Audio feature.
3.3.3 ACPI Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced ACPI Settings
Suspend To RAM Restore on AC / Power Loss Ring-In Power On PCI Devices Power On PS / 2 Keyboard Power On RTC Alarm Power On [Disabled] [Power Off] [Disabled] [Disabled] [Disabled] [Disabled] Select Screen Select Item Change Option General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit Select auto-detect or disable the STR feature.
Suspend to RAM Use this item to select whether to auto-detect or disable the Suspend-toRAM feature. Select [Auto] will enable this feature if the OS supports it. Restore on AC/Power Loss Use this item to set the power state after an unexpected AC/power loss. If [Power Off] is selected, the AC/power remains off when the power recovers. If [Power On] is selected, the AC/power resumes and the system starts to boot up when the power recovers. Ring-In Power On Use this item to enable or disable Ring-In signals to turn on the system from the power-soft-off mode. PCI Devices Power On Use this item to enable or disable PCI devices to turn on the system from the power-soft-off mode. PS/2 Keyboard Power On Use this item to enable or disable PS/2 keyboard to turn on the system from the power-soft-off mode. RTC Alarm Power On Use this item to enable or disable RTC (Real Time Clock) to power on the system.
3.3.4 IDE Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced IDE Configuration
OnBoard IDE Operate Mode OnBoard IDE Controller Primary IDE Master Primary IDE Slave Secondary IDE Master Secondary IDE Slave SATA1 SATA2 [Enhanced Mode] [Both] [Hard Disk] [Not Detected] [Not Detected] [Not Detected] [Not Detected] [Not Detected] Set [Compatible Mode] when both Legacy OS (MS-DOS, Win Me / 98SE) and SATA device are used. Set [Enhanced Mode] when Native OS (Win 2000 / XP) is used. Select Screen Select Item Change Option General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit
OnBoard IDE Operate Mode Please select [Compatible Mode] when you install legacy OS (Windows ME / 98SE) into SATA device. If you install legacy OS into IDE HDD while SATA devices are used, you also need to select [Compatible Mode]. If native OS (Windows 2000 / XP) is installed into SATA device, please select [Enhanced Mode]. You also need to select [Enhanced Mode] while native OS is installed into IDE HDD and SATA devices are used. If you do not install any SATA device, please also select [Enhanced Mode] no matter you use legacy OS or native OS for the system. Please note that the following options will be varied depending on the OnBoard IDE Operate Mode ([Compatible Mode] or [Enhanced Mode]) that you selected. When [Enhanced Mode] is selected: OnBoard IDE Controller You may enable either the primary IDE channel or the secondary IDE channel. Or you may enable both the primary and the secondary IDE channels by selecting [Both]. Set to [Disabled] will disable the both. Configuration options: [Disabled], [Primary], [Secondary], [Both]. When [Compatible Mode] is selected Combined Mode Option It allows you to select between [Pri IDE + SATA] and [SATA + Sec IDE]. If it is set to [Pri IDE + SATA], then the secondary IDE will not work. Likewise, if it is set to [SATA + Sec IDE], then the primary IDE will not work.
Because Intel ICH5 south bridge only supports four IDE devices under legacy OS (Windows ME / 98SE), you have to choose either [Pri IDE + SATA] or [SATA + Sec IDE] when the installed SATA device is used with legacy OS.
IDE Device Configuration You may set the IDE configuration for the device that you specify. We will use the Primary IDE Master as the example in the following instruction, which can be applied to the configurations of Primary IDE Slave, Secondary IDE Master, Secondary IDE Slave, SATA1 and SATA2 as well.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced Primary IDE Master
Device Vendor Size LBA Mode Block Mode PIO Mode Async DMA Ultra DMA S.M.A.R.T. Type LBA/Large Mode Block (Multi-Sector Transfer) PIO Mode DMA Mode S.M.A.R.T. 32Bit Data Transfer :Hard Disk :ST340014A :40.0 GB :Supported :16Sectors :4 :MultiWord DMA-2 :Ultra DMA-5 :Supported [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Auto] [Disabled] [Disabled]
Select the type of device connected to the system.
TYPE Use this item to configure the type of the IDE device that you specify. Configuration options: [Not Installed], [Auto], [CD/DVD], and [ARMD]. [Not Installed]: Select [Not Installed] to disable the use of IDE device. [Auto]: Select [Auto] to automatically detect the hard disk drive. After selecting the hard disk information into BIOS, use a disk utility, such as FDISK, to partition and format the new IDE hard disk drives. This is necessary so that you can write or read data from the hard disk. Make sure to set the partition of the Primary IDE hard disk drives to active. [CD/DVD]: This is used for IDE CD/DVD drives. [ARMD]: This is used for IDE ARMD (ATAPI Removable Media Device), such as MO. LBA/Large Mode Use this item to select the LBA/Large mode for a hard disk > 512 MB under DOS and Windows; for Netware and UNIX user, select [Disabled] to disable the LBA/Large mode.
Block (Multi-Sector Transfer) The default value of this item is [Auto]. If this feature is enabled, it will enhance hard disk performance by reading or writing more data during each transfer. PIO Mode Use this item to set the PIO mode to enhance hard disk performance by optimizing the hard disk timing. DMA Mode DMA capability allows the improved transfer-speed and data-integrity for compatible IDE devices. S.M.A.R.T. Use this item to enable or disable the S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) feature. Configuration options: [Disabled], [Auto], [Enabled]. 32-Bit Data Transfer Use this item to enable 32-bit access to maximize the IDE hard disk data transfer rate.
3.3.5 PCIPnP Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced PCI / PnP Configuration
PCI Latency Timer PCI IDE BusMaster  [Enabled] Value in units of PCI clocks for PCI device latency timer register.
PCI Latency Timer The default value is 32. It is recommended to keep the default value unless the installed PCI expansion cards specifications require other settings. PCI IDE BusMaster Use this item to enable or disable the PCI IDE BusMaster feature.
3.3.6 Floppy Configuration
In this section, you may configure the type of your floppy drive.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced Floppy Configuration
Floppy A Floppy B [1.44 MB 31 2"] [Disabled] Select the type of floppy drive connected to the system.
3.3.7 Super IO Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced Configure Super IO Chipset
OnBoard Floppy Controller Serial Port Address Infrared Port Address Parallel Port Address Parallel Port Mode EPP Version ECP Mode DMA Channel Parallel Port IRQ OnBoard Game Port OnBoard MIDI Port [Enabled] [3F8 / IRQ4] [Disabled]  [ECP + EPP] [1.9] [DMA3] [IRQ7] [Enabled] [Disabled] Allow BIOS to Enable or Disable Floppy Controller.
OnBoard Floppy Controller Use this item to enable or disable floppy drive controller. Serial Port Address Use this item to set the address for the onboard serial port or disable it. Configuration options: [Disabled], [3F8 / IRQ4], [2F8 / IRQ3], [3E8 / IRQ4], [2E8 / IRQ3]. Infrared Port Address Use this item to set the address for the onboard infrared port or disable it. Configuration options: [Disabled], [2F8 / IRQ3], and [2E8 / IRQ3].
Parallel Port Address Use this item to set the address for the onboard parallel port or disable it. Configuration options: [Disabled], , and . Parallel Port Mode Use this item to set the operation mode of the parallel port. The default value is [ECP+EPP]. If this option is set to [ECP+EPP], it will show the EPP version in the following item, EPP Version. Configuration options: [Normal], [Bi-Directional], and [ECP+EPP]. EPP Version Use this item to set the EPP version. Configuration options: [1.9] and [1.7]. ECP Mode DMA Channel Use this item to set the ECP mode DMA channel. Configuration options: [DMA0], [DMA1], and [DMA3]. Parallel Port IRQ Use this item to set the IRQ for the parallel port. Configuration options: [IRQ5] and [IRQ7]. OnBoard Game Port Use this item to enable the Game Port or disable it. OnBoard MIDI Port Use this itme to select the address for the MIDI Port or disable it. Configuration options: [Disabled], , and .
3.3.8 USB Configuration
BIOS SETUP UTILITY Advanced USB Configuration
USB Devices Enabled : None USB Controller USB 2.0 Support Legacy USB Support [Enabled] [Enabled] [Disabled] Select Screen Select Item Change Option General Help Load Defaults Save and Exit Exit To enable or disable the onboard USB controllers.
USB Controller Use this item to enable or disable the use of USB controller. USB 2.0 Support Use this item to enable or disable the USB 2.0 support. Legacy USB Support Use this item to enable or disable the support to emulate legacy I/O devices such as mouse, keyboard,. etc. Or you may select [Auto] so that the system will start to auto-detect; if there is no USB device connected, Auto option will disable the legacy USB support.
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