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AX34 Pro ...................................................................................................

1

What’s in this manual...................................................................................................................

2

Before You Start ........................................................................................................................

10

Quick Installation Procedure ......................................................................................................

11

Motherboard Map ......................................................................................................................

12

Block Diagram ...........................................................................................................................

13

Hardware.................................................................................................

14

JP14 Clear CMOS .....................................................................................................................

15

CPU Socket ...............................................................................................................................

16

CPU and Housing Fan Connector..............................................................................................

17

CPU Jumper-less Design...........................................................................................................

18

JP29/JP23 FSB/PCI Clock Ratio................................................................................................

22

JP33/JP32 Select CPU Type......................................................................................................

24

DIMM Socket .............................................................................................................................

25

RAM Power LED........................................................................................................................

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Front Panel Connector...............................................................................................................

28

ATX Power Connector................................................................................................................

30

AC Power Auto Recovery ..........................................................................................................

31

IDE and Floppy Connector.........................................................................................................

32

IrDA Connector..........................................................................................................................

35

WOM (Zero Voltage Wake on Modem) ......................................................................................

36

WOL (Wake on LAN) .................................................................................................................

39

4X AGP (Accelerated Graphic Port)...........................................................................................

41

AMR (Audio/Modem Riser) ........................................................................................................

42

PC99 Color Coded Back Panel ..................................................................................................

43

Support 4 USB Ports..................................................................................................................

44

JP12 Enable/Disable Onboard Sound........................................................................................

45

CD Audio Connector..................................................................................................................

46

Modem Audio Connector ...........................................................................................................

47

Video_Audio_IN Connector........................................................................................................

48

Battery-less and Long Life Design .............................................................................................

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Over-current Protection..............................................................................................................

50

Hardware Monitoring..................................................................................................................

52

Resettable Fuse.........................................................................................................................

53

JP30 Die-Hard BIOS (100% Virus Protection)............................................................................

54

Year 2000 (Y2K) ........................................................................................................................

56

2200uF Low ESR Capacitor.......................................................................................................

58

Layout (Frequency Isolation Wall)..............................................................................................

60

24K Gold Heatsink.....................................................................................................................

61

Driver and Utility.....................................................................................

62

Autorun Menu from Bonus CD Disc ...........................................................................................

63

Installing Windows 95 ................................................................................................................

64

Installing Windows 98 ................................................................................................................

65

Installing Windows 98 SE & Windows2000 ................................................................................

66

Installing VIA 4 in 1 Driver..........................................................................................................

67

Installing Onboard Sound Driver ................................................................................................

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Installing Hardware Monitoring Utility .........................................................................................

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70

ACPI Suspend to RAM (STR) ....................................................................................................

77

AWARD BIOS ...........................................................................................

79

Enter BIOS Setup ......................................................................................................................

80

Change Language .....................................................................................................................

81

Standard CMOS Setup ..............................................................................................................

82

BIOS Features Setup.................................................................................................................

88

Chipset Features Setup .............................................................................................................

99

Power Management Setup.......................................................................................................

108

PNP/PCI Configuration Setup ..................................................................................................

118

Load Setup Defaults ................................................................................................................

126

Load Turbo Defaults.................................................................................................................

127

Integrated Peripherals..............................................................................................................

128

Password Setting.....................................................................................................................

140

IDE HDD Auto Detection..........................................................................................................

141

Save & Exit Setup....................................................................................................................

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Save EEPROM Default............................................................................................................

144

Exit without Saving...................................................................................................................

144

NCR SCSI BIOS and Drivers ...................................................................................................

144

BIOS Upgrade .........................................................................................................................

145

Overclocking .........................................................................................

146

VGA and HDD .........................................................................................................................

148

Glossary ................................................................................................

149

AC97 .......................................................................................................................................

149

ACPI (Advanced Configuration & Power Interface) ..................................................................

149

AGP (Accelerated Graphic Port) ..............................................................................................

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AMR (Audio/Modem Riser) ......................................................................................................

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AOpen Bonus Pack CD ...........................................................................................................

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APM.........................................................................................................................................

150

ATA/66.....................................................................................................................................

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ATA/100 ...................................................................................................................................

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BIOS (Basic Input/Output System)...........................................................................................

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Bus Master IDE (DMA mode)...................................................................................................

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CODEC (Coding and Decoding) ..............................................................................................

152

DIMM (Dual In Line Memory Module).......................................................................................

152

ECC (Error Checking and Correction) ......................................................................................

152

EDO (Extended Data Output) Memory.....................................................................................

153

EEPROM (Electronic Erasable Programmable ROM) ..............................................................

153

EPROM (Erasable Programmable ROM).................................................................................

153

FCC DoC (Declaration of Conformity) ......................................................................................

153

FC-PGA...................................................................................................................................

154

Flash ROM ..............................................................................................................................

154

FSB (Front Side Bus) Clock .....................................................................................................

154

I2C Bus....................................................................................................................................

154

P1394 ......................................................................................................................................

155

Parity Bit ..................................................................................................................................

155

PBSRAM (Pipelined Burst SRAM) ...........................................................................................

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PC100 DIMM ...........................................................................................................................

155

PC133 DIMM ...........................................................................................................................

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PDF Format .............................................................................................................................

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PnP (Plug and Play).................................................................................................................

156

POST (Power-On Self Test).....................................................................................................

156

RDRAM (Rambus DRAM)........................................................................................................

157

RIMM.......................................................................................................................................

157

SDRAM (Synchronous DRAM) ................................................................................................

157

SIMM (Single In Line Memory Module) ....................................................................................

157

SMBus (System Management Bus) .........................................................................................

158

SPD (Serial Presence Detect)..................................................................................................

158

Ultra DMA/33 ...........................................................................................................................

158

USB (Universal Serial Bus) ......................................................................................................

159

ZIP file .....................................................................................................................................

159

Troubleshooting ....................................................................................

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Technical Support.................................................................................

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Model name and BIOS version ..............................................................................

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1.Turn off the system, set the External Controller to “.” to read from rescue ROM.

2.Boot the system and set the switch back to “/”.

3.Follow the BIOS upgrade procedure to rehabilitate BIOS.

4.Reboot the system, and you should be able to back to normal.

If you place the switch to the middle, you will not be able to boot your system, thus you can protect your data from molesting.

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