AOpen D X37PU-EG-E0110A User Manual
Intel 82550 10/100 LAN
CPU2 FAN Connector
AGP Pro Slot
32 Bit PCI Slot x 5
4Mbit Flash BIOS
Game Port Connector
Dual Channel Ultra 160 SCSI
Adaptec 7899W SCSI
WOL (Wake on LAN) Connector
SPP/EPP/ECP Parallel Port
PS/2 Keyboard USB Port COM 1 Port
COM 2 Port
1500μF Low ESR Capacitors CPU1 FAN connector
Dual CPU sockets
AGP Pro Power Connector
VIA Pro266T Chipset
JP14 CMOS Clear Jumper Redundant SPS Connector
ATA/33/66/100 IDE Connector x2
Front Panel Connector SCSI LED Connector
Everything you need to boot this motherboard is included in this Easy Installation Guide. For more information, a complete Online User's Manual can be found in theBonus Pack CD Disc. Thanks for the help of saving our earth.
1. JP14 Clear CMOS
You can clear CMOS to restore system default setting. To clear the CMOS, follow the procedure below.
1.Turn off the system and unplug the AC power.
2.Remove ATX power cable from connector PWR2.
3.Locate JP14 and short pins
4.Return JP14 to its normal setting by shorting pin 1 & pin 2.
5.Connect ATX power cable back to connector PWR2.
Hard Drive IDE Cable x 1
Floppy Drive Cable x 1
Ultra 160 SCSI 68 pin Cable x 1
Bonus Pack CD disc x 1
User Manual x 1
This Easy Installation Guide x 1
I/O Bracket x 1
ASM Lite x 1
SCSI Utility Driver x 1
PART NO: 90.53G30.002
DOC. NO: D
2. Installing CPU & System Fan
Plug in the CPU fan cable to the
CPU1 Fan Connector
Note: Some CPU fans do not have sensor pin so they cannot support fan
3. Installing Processor
CPU socket lever
1. Pull up the CPU socket level and up to
2.Locate Pin 1 in the socket and look for a (golden) cut edge on the CPU upper interface. Match Pin 1 and cut edge. Then insert the CPU into the socket.
3.Press down the CPU socket level and finish CPU installation.
Note: If you do not match the CPU socket Pin 1 and CPU cut edge well, it may damage the CPU.
CPU Pin 1 and cut edge
4. Supported CPU Type
Pentium !!! 512K
5. Setting CPU Voltage & Frequency
Setting CPU Core Voltage
This motherboard supports CPU VID function. The CPU core voltage will be automatically detected and the range is from 1.05V to 1.825V. It is not necessary to set CPU Core Voltage
Setting CPU Frequency
This motherboard is CPU
BIOS Setup > Frequency / Voltage Control > CPU Speed Setup
Core Frequency = CPU FSB Clock * CPU Ratio
3x, 3.5x, 4x, 4.5x, 5x, 5.5x, 6x, 6.5x, 7x, 7.5x, 8x, 8.5x, 9x, 9.5x, 10x, 10.5x, 11x, 11.5x,
12x, 12.5x, 13x, 13.5x, 14x, 14.5x, 15x, 15.5x and 16x
100 and 133 MHz
(By BIOS Table)
CPU Core Frequency
Pentium III 600E
Pentium III 650E
Pentium III 700E
Pentium III 750E
Pentium III 800E
Pentium III 850E
and system for get more
Pentium III 533EB
Pentium III 600EB
Pentium III 667EB
Pentium III 733EB
Pentium III 800EB
Pentium III 866EB
Pentium III 933EB
Pentium III 1G
Pentium III 1.13G
Pentium III 1.26G
6. Support Four USB Connectors
This motherboard provides four USB connectors to connect USB devices, such as mouse, keyboard, modem, printer, etc. There are two connectors on the PC99 back panel. You can use proper cable to connect other USB connectors to the back panel or front panel of chassis.
GND GND SBD3+SBD2+ SBD3-SBD2-
7. Connecting ATX and AGP Pro Power Connector
8. Connecting IDE and Floppy Cables
IDE 1 (Primary)
IDE 2 (Secondary)
9. Connecting Front Panel Cable
Attaching such as power LED, speaker, reset switch, power switch connector, etc.… to corresponding pins. The green cap on pin 19 & 20 is to disable Chassis Intrusion Switch, you may just take it off to able this function.
RST S/W GND
Disable SCSI Ch A
Disable SCSI Ch B
11. Connecting SCSI Card LED Connector
12. Connecting CD / AUX Connector
Audio cable from MPEG card to onboard sound.
cable from CDROM or DVD drive to onboard sound.
13. Redundant SPS Monitoring Connector
This motherboard implements Redundant SPS monitoring connector to provide hardware monitoring signals . It is feasible to install an additional
Fan 2 Fail
PS 2 Fail
Fan 3 Fail
PS 3 Fail
Fan 1 Fail
14. Support 10/100 Mbps LAN onboard
The South Bridge V8233 of VIA Apollo Pro266T chipset includes a fast Ethernet controller on chip. On the strength of Intel 82550 PHY on board, which is a
After you finish the setting of jumpers and connect correct cables. Power on and enter the BIOS Setup, press <Del> during POST (Power On Self Test). Choose "Load Default Setting" for recommended optimal performance.
16. Wake On LAN
To use Wake On LAN function, you must have a network card with chipset that supports this feature, and connect a cable from LAN card to motherboard WOL connector. The system identification information (probably IP address) is stored on network card and because there is a lot of traffic on the Ethernet, you need to install a network management software, such as ADM, for the checking of how to wake up the system. Note that, at least 600mA ATX standby current is required to support the LAN card for this function.
17. Installing Onboard Sound Driver
This motherboard comes with an AD 1885 AC97 CODEC, you can find the audio driver from the Bonus Pack CD disc
If you encounter any trouble to boot you system, follow the procedures accordingly to resolve the problem.
Turn off the power and unplug the AC power cable, then remove all
of the addon cards and cables, including VGA, IDE, FDD, COM1, COM2 and Printer.
Make sure if the jumper settings for CPU and DRAMs are correct.
Install the VGA card. Then connect your monitor and keyboard.
Turn on the power, and check if
the power supply and CPU fan
Check if there is display.
Press Ctrl, and Alt key at the
same time, hold them and then
press Del to see if the
During system rebooting, press Del to enter BIOS Setup. Choose “Load Setup Default".
Turn off the system and
reconnect the IDE cable.
Check if the system can
The problem was probably caused
by power supply or motherboard failure. Please contact your reseller
or local distributor for repairing.
Perhaps your VGA card or monitor is defective.
It is very possible that your keyboard is defective.
The problem should be caused by the IDE cables or HDD itself.
Reinstall Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT.
Part Number and Serial Number
The Part Number and Serial number are printed on bar code label. You can find this bar code label on the outside packing, on ISA/CPU slot or on component side of PCB. For example:
P/N: 91.88110.201 is part number, S/N: 91949378KN73is serial num ber.
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