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The following menus are available:. Menu Title Purpose Maintenance Clears passwords and displays processor information. The maintenance menu is displayed only when the Desktop Board is in configure mode.

Main Displays processor and memory configuration. Advanced Configures advanced features available through the chipset. Security Sets passwords and security features. Power Configures power management features and power supply controls. Boot Selects boot options. Exit Saves or discards changes to Setup program options. BIOS menu titles may differ. If any problems occur after making BIOS settings changes poor performance, intermittent issues, etc.

Press F9 to set defaults. Press F10 to Save and Exit. Access Level No changeable Displays the current user's access level. Microcode Revision No changeable Lists the processor microcode revision installed on the options desktop board.

Processor Stepping No changeable Lists the stepping of installed processor. With Hard Disk Protection enabled, the client computer can save a copy of the current OS image for recovery purpose. This copy enables recovering a crashed client to a previously saved state. It is recommended that client information allow the administrator to easily identify the physical location of the computer.

Select the checkpoint to restore, and then press F10 to save and exit. Allows you to reverse any changes made since the creation of any of the checkpoints currently on the computer. A Checkpoint is a saved status of the client hard disk. The remaining core may only when a dual core have access to more cache. The amount of cache available processor is installed. The increase in available cache can result in better performance under certain applications.

Memory Mode No changeable Displays single or dual channel operation. See options support. Processor Speed No changeable Displays processor speed. System Bus Speed No changeable Displays the system bus speed. System Memory Speed No changeable Displays the system memory speed. Slow allows the fans to continue to run at a reduced speed at low system temperatures.

Off turns off the fans at low system temperatures. Off turns off the system fans at low system temperatures. This setting is appropriate when using a Plug and Play operating system. If any problems occur during operation at non-default settings, reset the board to default values. Auto leaves the CSA device enabled if a device is found on the bus, else the device is disabled. Warning: This setting is intended for validation and test purposes only. Operation at settings beyond component specification is not covered by Intel component warranties.

Host Burn-in Mode This setting alters host clock frequencies. Host Burn-in Mode Percentage Options are Allows you to change the speed of the processor in terms dependent on of percentage; either positive or negative. Corresponds to CL. To Pre. Corresponds to tRCD. LBA logical block addressing mode supports hard disks up to GB in size.

Requires a hard drive that supports AHCI. Drive Installed No changeable Displays the type of drive installed. Shows [None] if no drive is installed. HDD S. You should enable it if you want to use S. For additional information, refer to that include support for RAID. Options may vary depending on board model.

Maximum Capacity No changeable Displays the capacity of the drive. This setting will be auto enabled if the onboard RAID controller is enabled. Legacy OS may only allow 4 devices, which means you must choose to use the IDE controller as one of your 4 devices.

Always: Will detect fan s added to the motherboard, may cause a slight delay and increased noise during startup. Aux Fan Speed No changeable Displays aux fan speed. Motherboard Temperature No changeable Displays temperature in the remote thermal sensor zone.

Processor Fan Speed No changeable Displays processor fan speed. Processor Zone Temperature No changeable Displays processor zone temperature.

System Zone 2 Temperature No changeable Displays system zone 2 temperature. Rate is set to baud. Link retraining allows Boards that include PCI the system to keep trying to train or detect and configure Express slots. This setting will increase boot time. When disabled, the system assumes that a High Definition audio connector is present in the system. USB 2. The menu will configuration jumper is set to appear blank.

Maintenance mode. Fixed mode is non-contiguous page locked memory allocated during driver initialization to provide a static amount of memory.

Both allows the combination of both Fixed and DVMT type driver allocation methods, used to guarantee a minimum amount of memory but give the flexibility of DVMT allocation scheme and performance enhancement. These mode options will ensure that a certain minimum amount of memory will always be dedicated to graphics.

A larger frame buffer size Options may vary should result in higher video performance. Enabling this feature turns on this palette "snoop". This option is only very rarely needed. It should be left at Disabled unless a video device specifically requires the setting enabled upon installation.

Options may vary depending on your configuration. Password alphanumeric The User hard disk drive password when installed on the hard characters in disk drive will block read and write accesses to a hard disk upon length. Password alphanumeric The Master hard disk drive password when installed on the hard characters in disk drive will not lock the drive. The Master hard disk drive length.

When the Master hard disk drive password is installed on the hard disk drive as the only password, the drive will not lock upon each reset or power-on. Only the installation of the User hard disk drive password will cause a hard disk to be locked upon a system power-cycle. Set Supervisor Password Password can be Specifies the supervisor password.

Set User Password Password can be Specifies the user password. Supervisor Password No changeable Reports if there is a supervisor password set. Valid for VA 3. User Password No changeable Reports if there is a user password set. Last State restores the previous power state before power loss occurs. Power On restores power to the computer. Contact Microsoft for device driver support. If Away mode is enabled, the computer enters Away mode instead of standby.

The computer enters Away mode when you press the Power button on the remote control. After the computer enters Away mode, the computer appears to be turned off. However, the computer is still running. For example, it can still perform functions such as record TV shows or serve Windows Media Extender sessions. The operating system assigns a drive letter. To specify boot sequence: This boot device submenu drives appears only if at least one boot 1.

To specify boot sequence: This boot device submenu is removable devices present only if at least one boot 1. Boot Device Priority No changeable Opens the Boot Device Priority sub-menu where you may options specify the boot sequence from the available types of boot devices. Boot Drive Order Dependent on Allows you to specify the boot sequence from the available installed bootable types of boot devices.

Advanced allows you to set boot priority for each device regardless of category.


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