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The information presented in this publication has been
carefully checked for reliability; however, no
responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Trademarks
IBM, PC/AT, and PC/XT are trademarks of
International Business Machines Corporation.
Intel and Pentium¨ II are trademarks of Intel
Corporation.

AMI is a trademark of American Megatrends Inc.

MS-DOS and WINDOWS 95/98/NT are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction ...................................................................... 1
Key Features ................................................................................... 2
Unpacking the Mainboard & Static Electricity Precautions..... 3
Chapter 2: Hardware Configuration ................................................ 4
CPU Installation ............................................................................. 5
CPU Speed Setting ...................................................................8
Mainboard Component Locations ............................................... 9
Connectors..................................................................................... 10
PWR1 ? AT Power Connector...................................... 10
COM1/2 ? Serial Port #1/#2 ....................................... 10
J1 ? Parallel Printer Connector ..................................... 10
FDC1 ? Floppy Disk Drive Connector ........................ 10
IDE1/IDE2 ? Primary/Secondary IDE Connectors . 10
KBD1 ? Keyboard Connector ....................................... 10
J4 ? VGA Connector ...................................................... 10
J2 ? ATX Form Card Connector ................................... 10
J8 (2, 4, 6, 8, 10) (KY-LOCK) ? Keylock & Power LED
Connector........................................................................ 11
J8 (1, 3, 5, 7) (SPK) ? Speaker Connector..................... 11
J8 (15, 16) (HD-LED) ? HDD LED Connector ............ 11
J8 (17, 18) (RST) ? Reset Switch Connector ................ 11
J8 (21, 22) (PW-BT) ......................................................... 11
JP20 (Wake on LAN) ..................................................... 12
JP9 ? CPU Fan Connector ............................................. 12
Sound Pro Connectors: ......................................................... 12
J6/J7 ? Analog Audio for Panasonic/Sony ............... 12
J5 ? Sound and Game .................................................... 12
CD2/CD1 ? Digital Audio OUT/IN ........................... 12
Jumper Settings ............................................................................ 13
JP6 ? DIMM Voltage Selectors ..................................... 13
JP7 ? Onboard Sound Selector ..................................... 13
JP10 ? Microphone Type Selector ................................ 13
JP8 ? CMOS RAM Clear Selector................................. 13
Memory Installation..................................................................... 14

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Chapter 3: ACPI Functions & Connectors with ATX Power..... 15
PWR2 ? ATX Style Power Connector................................. 15
Software Power-Off .............................................................. 16
Modem Ring Power-On ....................................................... 16
Alarm Wake Up .................................................................... 16
J8 (21, 22) (PW-BT) ? ATX Power Button and Suspend
Switch Connector .................................................................. 17
JP20 ? Wake On LAN Connector................................. 17
Chapter 4: BIOS Setup ..................................................................... 18
Entering BIOS Setup .................................................................... 19
Default ........................................................................................... 20
Load Optimal Settings ......................................................... 20
Load Best Performance Settings ......................................... 20
Setup Items.................................................................................... 20
Standard CMOS Setup ......................................................... 20
Advanced CMOS Setup ....................................................... 22
Advanced Chipset Setup ..................................................... 24
Power Management Setup................................................... 27
PCI/Plug and Play Setup..................................................... 29
Peripheral Setup.................................................................... 30
CPU Plug and Play Setup .................................................... 31
Change Supervisor Password ............................................. 32
Auto-Detect Hard Disks....................................................... 32
Save Settings and Exit .......................................................... 32
Exit Without Saving.............................................................. 32

Chapter 1
Introduction
This mainboard is a BX Pro 100MHz high-performance
mainboard based on the Slot 1 microprocessor, and provides
CPU Plug and Play feature for faster and easier CPU
installation. The mainboard features highly flexible configurations and is fully IBM PC/AT compatible.
The mainboard uses a highly integrated Slot 1 AGP chipset.
It supports the PCI/ISA and Green standards, provides the
Host/AGP bridge, and integrates all system control functions such as ACPI(Advanced Configuration and Power
Interface). The ACPI provides more energy saving features
for the OSPM(OS Direct Power Management) function.
The mainboard has a built-in high performance 64-bit 3D
AGP Graphics Accelerator with 8MB frame buffer and an
onboard 3D Sound Pro to meet PC98 specifications for 3D
multimedia system. It is also built-in Hardware Monitor
circuit for abnormal CPU fan speed/temperature/voltages
detection and its BIOS provides Trend's ChipAwayVirus to
ensure the entire boot process virus free.

Chapter 1

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Key Features
The advanced features of the mainboard include:
? Supports Pentium¨ II 233 ~ 533 MHz and Celeron
266 ~ 433 MHz CPUs with Frequency at
66/100MHz in Slot1 for AT Form Factor
? Provides 3 DIMMs for SDRAM/EDO/FPM
memory modules and is expandable up to 384MB,
however, it is not recommended to use EDO/FPM
DRAM when 100MHz CPU frequency is being
used and SDRAM has to meet the requirement of
PC-100 if using 100MHz;
? Built in high performance 64bit 3D AGP Graphics
Accelerator with 8MB frame buffer
? Supports Advanced Configuration Power Interface
(ACPI) and Legacy PMU and the Ultra DMA/33,
fully compliant to PC97 and PC98
? Provides both AT/ATX power connectors, and
supports various functions of ATX power, such as
Suspend/Shutdown, Alarm Wake Up, Modem
Ring On, and Wake On LAN
? Provides 3 PCI, 2 ISA slots, and PCI Bus Master
IDE interface supports 4 IDE devices with 2
channels,
? Onboard super Multi-I/O chip supports 2 serial
ports with 16550 compatible fast UART, 1 IR port, 1
parallel port with EPP and ECP capabilities, and
one floppy disk drive interface with 1Mb/s transfer
rate
? Provides ATX Form Card which containing PS/2
Mouse, 2 USB interface, and Infrared connectors
? Bundled PC-cillin97 (OEM) provides automatic
Virus Protection for Windows 95/98 and the
Internet
? Onboard 3D Sound Pro meets PC98' spec. and support
HRTF Positional Audio, Direct Sound 3D provide drivers
for 3D games that use Aureal software interface, Software
Wave-table Synthesizer, and Digital Audio Interface
(SPDIF) IN/OUT.

Introduction

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Unpacking the Mainboard & Static
Electricity Precautions
This Mainboard package contains the following items:
1.

This Mainboard and the Device Driver

2.

The Slot1 holder and AT cables

3.

This User?s Guide and VGA cable/bracket

4.

Sound & Game ribbon cables/bracket and
SPDIF/IN cable

5.

Optional ATX Form Card

The mainboard is easily damaged by static electricity.
Follow the precautions below while unpacking or
installing the mainboard.
1.

Do not remove the mainboard from its original
package until you are ready to install it.

2.

Frequently ground yourself to discharge any static
electric charge that may build up in your body
while working on installation and/or
configuration. For example, you may ground
yourself by grasping an unpainted portion of the
system?s metal chassis.

3.

Remove the mainboard from its anti-static
packaging and place it on a grounded surface,
component side up.

4.

Handle the mainboard by its edges or by the
mounting bracket to avoid touching its
components.

5.

Check the mainboard for damage. If any integrated
circuit appears loose, press carefully to seat it
firmly in its socket.

6.

Do not apply power if the mainboard appears
damaged. If there is damage to the board contact
your dealer immediately.

Chapter 2
Hardware Configuration
Before you install the mainboard into the system
chassis, you may find it convenient to first configure
the mainboard?s hardware. This chapter describes how
to set jumpers and install memory modules, and where
to attach components.

Hardware Configuration

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CPU Installation
This mainboard supports Intel Pentium(R) II CPU by a
Single Edge Contact(SEC) slot and a retention clip set
which is fit for 3 different mechanical types of Intel CPU
(SEPP, SECC and SECC2). The following drawing shows
the retention clip set. It has been preinstalled before
shipping to make the CPU installation easier for users.
However, there are still a few more steps needed to
complete the CPU installation, please refer to the following
procedures.

Chapter 2

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Installation Procedures
Follow the following steps in order to install your Intel
Pentium ¨ II properly.

Step 1:
Make sure that the mainboard is set the same direction
as the following drawing before doing any installation.

Hardware Configuration

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Step 2:
There is one set of Slot1 Holder retention that was installed
on your motherboard, and the two chutes of Holder
retention are screwed in. Lift up both of the Holder chutes
as shown in the following drawing.

Step 3:
Flatten the two latches on the side of CPU. Insert the CPU
into the Holder retention. Lock the two latches to secure
the CPU.

If Celeron CPU is installed on CPU card, then, continue the
following step.

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Step 4:
After installing CPU card into the Holder retention, then
push the retention locker downward to secure the CPU card
as indicated in the following 2 drawings.

CPU Speed Setting
This mainboard provides CPU Plug and Play technology,
so that there is no need to do the CPU jumper setting. Enter
the BIOS Setup and select CPU Plug and Play Setup.
Choose the correct CPU speed to match your CPU installed.
However, if you need to change a CPU, follow the below
steps:
1. Power off system and unplug the power core.
2. Install a new CPU to Slot1.
3. Clear CMOS RAM (see Jumper Settings) or hold down
the & lt; Page Up & gt; key and then power on the system.
4. After power on the system, then enter the BIOS Setup
to set the new CPU speed.
Note: If the CPU speed is set incorrectly and fails to boot
up the system, then repeat steps 1, 3, 4 again.

Hardware Configuration

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Mainboard Component Locations
J7

J2

1

Sound
Pro

J1

KBD1

1

COM2 COM1
1

J6

1

I/O

PWR2

J5

J4

PWR1

1

CD1
CD2

JP7

FDC1

PCI3

PCI2

PCI1

DIMM3

JP20

DIMM2

DIMM1

1

VDRAM VDRAM

VDRAM VDRAM

JP10

1

VGA Chip

SL2

SL1

Chipset

IDE1

IDE2

BIOS

Chipset

1

1

JP6
3.3V
5V
BA

JP9

KY-LOCK

1

JP8

HD-LED
PW-BT

2
1

22
21
SPK

J8

RST

Figure 2?1. Mainboard Component Locations

Chapter 2

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Connectors
Attach system components and case devices to the
mainboard via the mainboard connectors. A description
of each connector pins follows. See Figure 2?1 for the
location of the connectors on the mainboard.
Note: Make sure that the power is turned off before making
any connection to the board.

PWR1 - AT Power Connector
COM1/2 - Serial Port #1/#2
J1 - Parallel Printer Connector
FDC1 - Floppy Disk Drive Connector
IDE1/IDE2 - Primary/Secondary IDE
Connectors
KBD1 - Keyboard Connector
J4 - VGA Connector

J2 - ATX Form Card Connector
This connector contains 2 sets of USB interface, PS/2
Mouse, and Infrared connectors. Connect the ATX
Form Card cable to this connector.

Hardware Configuration

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J8 (2, 4, 6, 8, 10) (KY-LOCK) - Keylock &
Power LED Connector
Keylock connector enables and disables the keyboard
key-in function on the case.
Pin
2
4
6
8
10

Description
LED Output
N.C.
Ground
Keylock
Ground

J8 (1, 3, 5, 7) (SPK) - Speaker Connector
Pin

Description

1
3
5
7

Data Out
N.C.
Ground
+5V

J8 (15, 16) (HD-LED) - HDD LED Connector
Pin

Description

15 (+)
16 (?)

+5V
Active Low

J8 (17, 18) (RST) - Reset Switch Connector
Setting

Description

Open
Close

Normal Mode
Reset System

J8 (21, 22) (PW-BT)
Refer to Chapter 3.

Chapter 2

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JP20 (Wake on LAN)
Refer to Chapter 3.

JP9 - CPU Fan Connector
Sound Pro Connectors:
J6/J7 - Analog Audio for Panasonic/Sony
Connect to ?AUDIOÓ on the CD-ROM drive, and the
signal for Panasonic jack is G-S-G-S and S-G-G-S for
Sony.

J5 - Sound and Game
Sound contains Line-in/MIC (Microphone), and Lineout (Speaker). Game connector is also used as the
Joystic. Connect this connector to the Sound & Game
ribbon cable/bracket as the following drawing:
Line-In MIC Line-Out

Game

J5

J5

CD2/CD1 - Digital Audio OUT/IN
Connect Digital Audio In to ?DIGITAL AUDIOÓ on the
CD-ROM drive (depending on the type of your CDROM drive) by using SPDIF/IN cable, and using
optional SPDIF/OUT cable (or bracket) for the external
Audio Amplifier or Minidisk connection.

Hardware Configuration

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Jumper Settings
JP6 - DIMM Voltage Selectors
Voltage

Setting
BA
3.3V

5V

5V
BA

3.3V
(default)

3.3V
5V

JP7 - Onboard Sound
Selector
Description

Setting

JP10 - Microphone
Type Selector
Description

Enabled

Standard
(default)

Disabled

Special

JP8 - CMOS RAM Clear Selector
Description

Setting
1

Clear CMOS
1

Normal Mode

Setting

Chapter 2

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Memory Installation
The mainboard lets you add up to 384MB of system
memory through DIMM sockets on the board. Three
DIMM sockets are divided into three banks: Bank 0,
Bank 1, and Band 2. The mainboard supports the
following memory configurations.
Bank
Memory Module
Bank 0
DIMM1
4MB, 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB
Bank 1
DIMM2
4MB, 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB
Bank 2
DIMM3
4MB, 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB
Total System Memory = Bank 0 + Bank 1 + Bank 2
Notes: 1. The speed of SDRAM DIMM modules have to be faster than
12ns (??12Óparts), while 100MHz clock speed used, the
speed of SDRAM DIMM should meet the PC100 SDRAM
specification (8ns or ??8Ó SDRAM at least).
2. The EDO/FPM DRAM are not recommended for the
performance purpose of the system.

Chapter 3
ACPI Functions & Connectors
with ATX Power
PWR2 - ATX Style Power Connector
The ATX power supply provides a single 20-pin
connector.
Pin

Description

Pin

Description

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

3.3V
3.3V
Ground
+5V
Ground
+5V
Ground
Power OK
5VSB
+12V

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

3.3V
?12V
Ground
PS-ON
Ground
Ground
Ground
?5V
+5V
+5V

The functions and connectors described below work
with the ATX power supply.

Chapter 3

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Software Power-Off
Follow the steps below to use the ?Software Power-Off
ControlÓ function in Windows 95 with ATX power
supply.
1.
2.

Click the START button on the Windows 95 task
bar.
Select Shut Down The Computer to turn off the
computer. The message ?It is now safe to turn off
your computer.Ó will not be shown when using this
function.

Modem Ring Power-On
While in Soft-off/Suspend state, if an external modem
ring-up signal occurs, the system wakes up and can be
remotely accessed. Make sure that the Ring Resume
From Soft Off option is set to Enabled in the BIOS setup
section (Refer to the Power Management section in
Chapter 4.)

Alarm Wake Up
If you want to autoboot the system at a certain time, set
the function of RTC Alarm time properly and the
function of RTC Alarm Resume From Soft Off option in
the BIOS Setup section will be set to Enabled.

ATX Functions & Connectors

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J8 (21, 22) (PW-BT) - ATX Power Button and Suspend
Switch Connector
Attach the ATX Power Button or Suspend Switch cable
to this connector.
In the AT power system, this connector will act as a
suspend switch; and in the ATX power system, this
connector will be not only an ATX power button but a
Suspend switch as well. Details are described below:
When the system is off, push the power button to turn
the system on. When the system is on, push the power
button rapidly to switch the system to the Suspend
mode, and, by pushing and holding the button for
more than 4 seconds, it will turn the system completely
off. When the system is in the Suspend mode, push the
power button rapidly to turn the system on.

JP20 - Wake On LAN Connector
While in Soft-off/Suspend state, if an external LAN
signal occurs, the system wakes up and can be accessed
with the LAN card.
Pin
1
2
3

Description
5V Stand By
Ground
Active High

Chapter 4
BIOS Setup
This chapter explains how to configure the mainboard?s
BIOS setup program. The setup program provided
with the mainboard is the BIOS from AMI.
After you have configured the mainboard and have
assembled the components, turn on the computer and
run the software setup to ensure that the system
information is correct.
The software setup of the system board is achieved
through Basic Input-Output System (BIOS)
programming. You use the BIOS setup program to tell
the operating system what type of devices are
connected to your system board.
The system setup is also called CMOS setup. Normally,
you need to run system setup if either the hardware is
not identical with information contained in the CMOS
RAM, or if the CMOS RAM has lost power.
Note: Hold down the & lt; End & gt; key then power on to reboot the
system when installing newer BIOS into this
mainboard .

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BIOS Setup

Entering BIOS Setup
To enter the BIOS Setup program:
1.

Turn on or reboot the system. A screen appears
with a series of diagnostic checks.

2.

When ?Hit & lt; DEL & gt; if you want to run SETUPÓ
appears, press the & lt; DEL & gt; key to enter the BIOS
setup program. The following screen appears:

AMIBIOS SIMPLE SETUP UTILITY - VERSION 1.1X
(C)1997 American megatrends, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Standard CMOS Setup

Peripheral Setup

Advanced CMOS Setup

CPU Plug and Play Setup

Advanced Chipset Setup

Change Supervisor Password

Power Management Setup

Auto-Detect Hard Disks

PCI/Plug and Play Setup

Save Settings and Exit

Load optimal Settings

Exit Without Saving

Load Best Performance Settings
Esc: Quit
? ? -> <-: Select Item
(Shift) F2: Change Color
F6: Optimal values
F7: Best performance values

F5: Old Values
F10 : Save &amp; Exit

Standard CMOS setup for changing time, date, hard disk type, etc.

3.

Use your keyboard to choose options. Modify
system parameters to reflect system options. Press
Alt-H for Help.

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Chapter 4

Default
Every option in the BIOS Setup contains two default
values: Best default and the Optimal default value.

Load Optimal Settings
The Optimal default values provide optimum system
settings for all devices and system features.

Load Best Performance Settings
The Best default values provide best performance
settings for all devices and system features, however
depending on the devices used, these settings are not
recommend for long hours of work load.

Setup Items
Standard CMOS Setup
Choosing the item from the BIOS Setup main menu.
All Standard Setup options are described in this
section.
Date/Time

Select the Date/Time option to change the date
or time. The current date and time are
displayed. Enter new values through the
displayed window.

BIOS Setup
Pri Master;
Pri Slave;
Sec Master;
Sec Slave

Floppy Drive
A; B

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Choose these icons to configure the hard disk
drive named in the option. When you click on
an icon, the following parameters are listed:
Type, LBA/Large Mode, Block Mode, 32Bit
Mode, and PIO Mode. All parameters relate to
IDE drives except Type. Choose the Type
parameter and select Auto BIOS automatically
detects the IDE drive parameters and displays
them. Choose on LBA Mode and choose On to
enable support for IDE drives with capacities
greater than 528MB. Click on Blk Mode and
choose On to support IDE drives that use Blk
Mode. Click on 32Bit Mode and click on On to
support IDE drives that permit 32-bit accesses.
Choose the Floppy Drive A or B icon to specify
the floppy drive type. The settings are 360KB
51/4 &quot; , 1.2MB 51/4 &quot; , 720KB 3 1/2 &quot; , 1.44MB 31/2 &quot; ,
or 2.88MB 31/2 &quot; .

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Chapter 4

Advanced CMOS Setup
Choosing the item from the BIOS Setup main menu.
All Advanced Setup options are described in this
section.
Quick Boot

Set this option to Enabled to permit BIOS to
boot within 5 seconds.

1st Boot Device;
2nd Boot Device;
3rd Boot Device

Set these options to select the boot
sequence from different booting devices.

Try Other Boot
Devices

Choose Yes or No to search other boot
devices to boot up the system when all the
options in the previous function failed.

S.M.A.R.T for Hard Choose Enabled or Disabled. This option
Disks
allows you to utilize the S.M.A.R.T.
function of HDDs.
Floppy Drive Swap This option allows you to swap floppy
drives between A: and B:.
Floppy Drive Seek

Choose Enabled or Disabled. Disabled
provides a faster boot and reduces the
possibility of damaging the heads.

PS/2 Mouse
Support

When this option is set to Enabled, BIOS
supports a PS/2-type mouse.

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Password Check

This option specifies the type of BIOS
password protection that is implemented.
The settings are:
Setup:
The password prompt appears
only when an end user attempts
to run WinBIOS Setup.
Always: A password prompt appears
every time the computer is
powered on or rebooted.
The BIOS password does not have to be
enabled. The end user sets the password
by choosing the Password icon on the
WinBIOS Setup screen.

Boot to OS/2 Over
64MB

You need to set this option to Enabled
when using the OS/2 operating system
with installed DRAM which is greater than
64MB.

L1/L2 Cache

This option selects to enable the CPU
L1/L2 cache or not. Choices are Disabled
and Enabled.

System BIOS
Cacheable

BIOS always copies the system BIOS from
ROM to RAM for faster execution. Set this
option to Enabled to permit the contents of
the F0000h RAM memory segment to be
written to and read from cache memory.

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C000, 32K Shadow; Disabled: The specified ROM is not
C800, 16K Shadow;
copied to RAM.
CC00, 16K Shadow; Enabled: The contents of the ROM area
D000, 16K Shadow;
are not only copied from ROM
D400, 16K Shadow;
to RAM for faster execution, the
D800, 16K Shadow;
contents of the RAM area can
DC00, 16K Shadow
be written to or read from cache
memory.
Cached: The contents of the ROM area
are copied from ROM to RAM
for faster execution.

Advanced Chipset Setup
Choose the item from the BIOS Setup main menu. All
Chipset Setup options are then displayed and are
described in the following section:
Auto Configure
DRAM Timing

Set this option to enable the Auto
Configuration of DRAM Timing.

EDO DRAM Speed Based on the type of your EDO RAM, set
(ns)
this option to either 60ns or 70ns.
SDRAM Speed

Set this option to select the proper SDRAM
speed.

RAS# Pulse When Set this option to select the proper RAS#
Refresh
Pulse when DRAM refreshes.
RAS# Precharge
Time

Set this option to select the proper RAS#
precharge time.

RAS to CAS Delay Set this option to select the proper delay
time of RAS to CAS.

BIOS Setup
CAS# Precharge

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Set this option to select CAS# precharge
time for EDO/FPM DRAM.

CAS# Pulse Width Set this option to select CAS# pulse width
for EDO/FPM DRAM.
SDRAM CAS
Latency

This option is designed to select the
SDRAM CAS Latency.

Refresh Queue
Depth

Set this option to select the proper Refresh
Queue Depth.

Graphic Win Size

Set this option to select the proper graphic
window size.

VGA Frame Buffer Set this option to enable USWC for VGA
Frame Buffer.
USWC
8 bit I/O Recovery
Time

This option specifies the length of a delay
inserted between consecutive 8-bit I/O
operations.

16 bit I/O Recovery This option specifies the length of a delay
inserted between consecutive 16-bit I/O
Time
operations.
16Bit DMA Wait
State;
8Bit DMA Wait
State

Set these option to select the proper Wait
State for 16Bit/8Bit DMA.

ISA Bus Clock

Set this option to select ISA Bus Clock.

OnBoard USB
Function

Choose Enabled or Disabled. Set this
option to enable the system BIOS USB
(Universal serial Bus) functions.

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USB Function for
DOS

Chapter 4
Choose Enabled or Disabled. Set this
option to enable the passive release on the
USB (Universal Serial Bus).

? ? ? ? ? System Hardware Mon ? ? ? ? ?
Current FAN#1
Speed;
Vcore; Vio;
+5.000V;

These options are displayed only show the
status of system hardware.

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BIOS Setup

Power Management Setup
Choosing the item from BIOS Setup main menu.
Power
Management/
APM

Set this option to enable power management
features and APM (Advanced Power
Management).

Green Monitor
Power State

This option specifies the power state that the
green PC-compliant video monitor enters
when AMIBIOS places it in a power savings
state after the specified period of display
inactivity has expired.

Video Power
Down Mode

This option specifies the power conserving
state that the VESA VGA video subsystem
enters after the specified period of display
inactivity has expired.

Hard Disk Power This option specifies the power conserving
Down Mode
state that the hard disk drive enters after the
specified period of hard drive inactivity has
expired.
Standby Time out This option specified the length of system
(Minute)
inactivity while in Full power on state. When
this length of time expires, the computer
enters Standby power state.
Suspend Time
Out (Minute)

This option specified the length of a period of
system inactivity while in Standby state.
When this length of time expires, the
computer enters Suspend power state.

Slow Clock Ratio This option specifies the speed at which the
system clock is running when it is in the
power saving states.
Modem Use IRQ

This option is to specify IRQ number for
modem device.

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Display Activity; When set to Yes, these options enable event
IRQ3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, monitoring on the specified hardware
11, 13, 14, 15
interrupt request line and the computer is in a
power saving state, BIOS watches for activity
on the specified IRQ line. The computer
enters the full on power state if any activity
occurs.
Power Button
Function

Set this option to specify the operation of SoftOff by the Power Button. select ?SuspendÓ
function to enter ?On-Suspend-OffÓ or select
?On/OffÓ function to enter ?On-OffÓ
operation cycle.

Modem Ring
Power On

Set this option to enable the modem ring to
power on.

RTC Alarm Power Set this option to enable the RTC Alarm to
On
wake up the system which is Soft Off.
RTC Alarm Date; Set these options to specify the RTC Alarm
RTC Alarm Hour; time on Date/Hour/Minute/Second.
RTC Alarm
Minute;
RTC Alarm
Second

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PCI/Plug and Play Setup
Choose the item from the BIOS Setup main menu.
Plug and Play
Aware OS

Set this option to Yes if the operation system
in this computer is aware of and follows the
Plug and Play specification. Currently, only
Windows 95 is PnP-aware.

PCI VGA Palette
Snoop

When this option is set to Enabled, multiple
VGA devices operating on different buses can
handle data from the CPU on each set of
palette registers on every video device. Bit 5
of the command register in the PCI device
configuration space is the VGA Palette Snoop
bit (0 is disabled).

Allocate IRQ to
PCI VGA

This option is used to allocate IRQ to PCI
VGA. Recommendation is set to No .

OffBoard PCI IDE This option specifies if an offboard PCI IDE
Card
controller adapter card is installed in the
computer. You must specify the PCI
expansion slot on the motherboard where the
offboard PCI IDE controller is installed. If an
offboard PCI IDE controller is used, the
onboard IDE controller is automatically
disabled. If an offboard PCI IDE controller
adapter card is installed in the computer, you
must also set the Offboard PCI IDE Primary
IRQ and Offboard PCI IDE Secondary IRQ
options.
Pri. OffBoard PCI These options specify the PCI interrupt used
IDE IRQ;
by the Primary (or secondary) IDE channel on
Sec. OffBoard PCI the offboard PCI IDE controller.
IDE IRQ

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DMA Channel 0,
1, 3, 5, 6, 7

These options specify the bus that the
specified DMA channel is used on.

IRQ3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, These options specify the bus that the
11, 14, 15
specified IRQ line is used on. These options
allow you to reserve IRQs for legacy ISA
adapter cards.
Reserved Memory This option is designed to be used for
Size
reserving memory for the IO card.
Reserved Memory This option is designed to be used for
Address
reserving memory address for the IO card.

Peripheral Setup
Choose the item from the BIOS Setup main menu.
OnBoard FDC

This option enables the FDC (Floppy Drive
Controller) on the motherboard or auto
detects the FDC.

OnBoard Serial
Port1

This option specifies the base I/O port
address of serial port 1.

OnBoard Serial
Port2

This option specifies the base I/O port
address of serial port 2.

Serial Port2 Mode This option specifies the serial port2 mode.
Normal: The normal serial port mode is
being used.
IrDA/ASKIR: The serial port2 will be
redirected to support IR function
when this option is set to IrDA or
ASKIR.

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Duplex Mode

This option is to specify the Duplex mode of
Serial Port 2.

OnBoard Parallel This option specifies the base I/O port
Port
address of the parallel port on the
motherboard.
Parallel Port Mode Depends on the type of your external device
which connects to this port to choose Normal,
EPP, or ECP mode.
Parallel Port IRQ

This option specifies IRQ to parallel port.

Parallel Port DMA This option is only available if the setting of
the Parallel Port Mode option is EPP/ECP.
OnBoard PCI IDE This option specifies the channel used by the
IDE controller on the motherboard.
Pri. Master/Slave These four options enable IDE Prefetch mode
when the above option, OnBoard PCI IDE, is
Prefetch;
Sec. Master/Slave set to Enabled.
Prefetch

CPU Plug and Play Setup
Choose this item from the BIOS Setup main menu.
CPU Speed Ratio

This option is to show the CPU speed.

CPU Base
Frequency

This option is to select the frequency of CPU.

CPU Multiple
Factor

This option is to select the multiplier of CPU.

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Change Supervisor Password
This item lets you configure the system password
which is required every time when the system boots up
or an attempt is made to enter the Setup program. The
password cannot be longer than six characters.
Note: Keep a safe record of the new password. If you forget
or lose the password, the only way to access the system
is to clear CMOS memory by holding down the
&amp; lt; End &amp; gt; key then powering on to reboot the system.

Auto-Detect Hard Disks
If your system has an IDE hard drive, you can use this
utility to detect its parameters and automatically enter
them into the Standard CMOS Setup. This utility will
autodetect up to four IDE devices.

Save Settings and Exit
Select this item to save the values entered during the
current session and then exit the BIOS setup program.

Exit Without Saving
Select this item to exit the BIOS setup program without
saving the values which has been entered during the
current session.