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CB60-BX/ZX

Rev. A+

System Board

User’s Manual

37400849

Copyright

This publication contains information that is protected by copyright. No part of it may be reproduced in any form or by any means or used to make any transformation/adaptation without the prior written permission from the copyright holders.

This publication is provided for informational purposes only. The manufacturer makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents or use of this manual and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The user will assume the entire risk of the use or the results of the use of this document. Further,the manufacturer reserves the right to revise this publication and make changes to its contents at any time, without obligation to notify any person or entity of such revisions or changes.

All Rights Reserved. © 1998

Trademarks

Microsoft® MS-DOS®, WindowsTM and Windows® 95 are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel®,Pentium® II and CeleronTM are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Award is a registered trademark of Award Software, Inc. Other trademarks and registered trademarks of products appearing in this manual are the properties of their respective holders.

Caution:

Danger of explosion if battery incorrectly replaced.

Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.

Dispose of used batteries according to the battery manufacturer’s instructions.

FCC and DOC Statement on Class B

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.

Notice:

1.The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

2.Shielded interface cables must be used in order to comply with the emission limits.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction

1.1

Features and Specifications..................................................................................

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1.2

Package Checklist.........................................................................................................

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Chapter 2 - Hardware Installation

 

2.1

System Board Layout .............................................................................................

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2.2

System Memory.............................................................................................................

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2.3

DIP Switch Settings for Processors............................................................

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2.4

Jumper Settings for the CPU’s Front Side Bus................................

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2.5

Jumper Settings for Clearing CMOS Data..........................................

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2.6

Jumper Settings for Wake-On-Keyboard/Wake-On-Mouse......

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2.7

Connecting the Ribbon Cables and Wires of the Ports

 

 

and Connectors.............................................................................................................

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Chapter 3 - Award BIOS Setup Utility

 

3.1

The Basic Input/Output System.....................................................................

27

 

3.1.1

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

27

 

3.1.2

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

30

 

3.1.3

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

33

 

3.1.4

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

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3.1.5

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

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3.1.6

Load Fail-Safe Settings......................................................................

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3.1.7

Load Optimal Settings......................................................................

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3.1.8

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

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3.1.9

Supervisor Password..........................................................................

48

 

3.1.10

User Password.........................................................................................

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3.1.11

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

49

 

3.1.12

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

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3.1.13

Exit Without Saving..............................................................................

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Chapter 4 - Supported Softwares

4.1

Desktop Management Interface.....................................................................

51

4.2

Hardware Doctor Utility........................................................................................

54

4.3

Patch Utility for Windows 95...........................................................................

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Appendix A - System Error Messages

A.1

POST Beep.......................................................................................................................

57

A.2

Error Messages..............................................................................................................

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Appendix B - Troubleshooting

 

B.1

Troubleshooting Checklist....................................................................................

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Chapter 1 - Introduction

1.1 Features and Specifications

1.1.1 Features

Chipset

Intelâ 440BX AGPset (CB60-BX)

Intelâ 440ZX AGPset (CB60-ZX)

Processor

The system board is equipped with Intel® Socket 370 for installing an Intel CeleronTM PPGA processor. The system board is also equipped with a switching voltage regulator that supports 1.30V to 2.05V core voltage for various processors.

300A/333/366/400/433MHz and future 100MHz FSB CeleronTM PPGA processor

System Memory

CB60-BX

-8MB to 384MB memory using unbuffered DIMMs

-32MB to 768MB memory using registered DIMMs

-Three 168-pin DIMM sockets

-Uses x64 or x72 PC SDRAM, 3.3V

:PC-66 SDRAM DIMM for 66MHz FSB processors

:PC-100 SDRAM DIMM for 100MHz FSB processors

-ECC supported (uses x72 PC SDRAM DIMM)

CB60-ZX

-8MB to 256MB memory using unbuffered DIMMs

-Two 168-pin DIMM sockets

-Uses x64 PC SDRAM, 3.3V

:PC-66 SDRAM DIMM for 66MHz FSB processors

:PC-100 SDRAM DIMM for 100MHz FSB processors

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DIMMs

Memory Size

1MBx64/x72

8MB

2MBx64/x72

16MB

4MBx64/x72

32MB

8MBx64/x72

64MB

16MBx64/x72

128MB

32MBx64/x72

256MB*

DIMMs

Memory Size

1MBx64

8MB

2MBx64

16MB

4MBx64

32MB

8MBx64

64MB

16MBx64

128MB

CB60-BX

CB60-ZX

*Supported only when CB60-BX uses registered DIMMs.

Expansion Slots

The system board is equipped with 1 dedicated AGP slot, 3 dedicated PCI slots, 2 dedicated 16-bit ISA slot and 1 shared PCI/ ISA slot. All PCI and ISA slots are bus masters.

Desktop Management Interface (DMI)

The system board comes with a DMI 2.0 built into the BIOS. The DMI utility in the BIOS automatically records various information about your system configuration and stores these information in the DMI pool, which is a part of the system board's Plug and Play BIOS. DMI, along with the appropriately networked software, is designed to make inventory, maintenance and troubleshooting of computer systems easier. Refer to Chapter 4 for instructions on using the DMI utility.

ATX double deck ports

2 USB ports

2 DB-9 serial ports

1 DB-25 parallel port

1 mini-DIN-6 PS/2 keyboard port

1 mini-DIN-6 PS/2 mouse port

Connectors

1 connector for IrDA interface

2 IDE connectors

1 floppy connector

1 20-pin ATX power supply connector

1 1 3-pin WOL (Wake-On-LAN) connector

1 SB-LINK connector

3 fan connectors for CPU, chassis and AGP fans

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PCI Bus Master IDE Controller

Two PCI IDE interfaces support up to four IDE devices

Ultra DMA/33 supported (Synchronous Ultra DMA mode - data transfer rate up to a maximum of 33MB/sec.)

PIO Mode 3 and Mode 4 Enhanced IDE (data transfer rate up to 16.6MB/sec.)

Bus mastering reduces CPU utilization during disk transfer

ATAPI CD-ROM, LS-120 and ZIP supported

IrDA Interface

The system board is equipped with an IrDA connector for wireless connectivity between your computer and peripheral devices. It supports peripheral devices that meet the IrDA or ASK IR standard.

USB Ports

The system board is equipped with two USB ports. USB allows data exchange between your computer and a wide range of simultaneously accessible external Plug and Play peripherals.

BIOS

• Award BIOS, Windowsâ 95 Plug and Play compatible

Flash EPROM for easy BIOS upgrades

1.1.2System Health Monitor Functions

The system board is capable of monitoring the following “system health” conditions.

Monitors processor/system temperature and processor overheat alarm

Monitors 1.5V/3.3V/±5V/±12V/VCORE voltages and failure alarm

Monitors processor/chassis fan speed and failure alarm

Automatic processor/chassis fan control

Read back capability that displays accurate temperature, voltage and fan speed

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1.1.3 Intelligence

Automatic CPU/Chassis Fan Off

The CPU and chassis fans will automatically turn off once the system enters the Suspend mode.

Dual Function Power Button

Depending on the setting in the BIOS setup, this switch will allow the system to enter the Soft-Off or Suspend mode.

External Modem Ring-on

The Modem Ring-on feature allows the system that is in the Suspend mode or Soft Power Off mode to wake-up/power-on to respond to incoming calls.

Note:

This feature supports external modem only.

RTC Timer to Power-on the System

The RTC installed on the system board allows your system to automatically power-on on the set date and time.

Wake-On-LAN Ready

The Wake-On-LAN function allows the network to remotely wake up a Soft Power Down (Soft-Off) PC.Your LAN card must support the remote wakeup function.

Important:

The 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ³720mA (minimum).

Wake-On-Keyboard/Wake-On-Mouse

This function allows you to use the keyboard or mouse to power-on the system. Refer to “Jumper Settings for Wake-On-Keyboard/Wake- On-Mouse” in Chapter 2 and “Keyboard/Mouse Power On” in the Integrated Peripherals setup of the Award BIOS in Chapter 3 for more information.

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Important:

The power button will not function once a keyboard password has been set in the “KB Power On Password” field of the Integrated Peripherals setup. You must type the correct password to power-on the system.

The 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ³720mA (minimum).

ACPI

The system board is designed to meet the ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) specification. ACPI has energy saving features that enables PCs to implement Power Management and Plug-and-Play with operating systems that support OS Direct Power Management.

Virus Protection

Most viruses today destroy data stored in hard drives. The system board is designed to protect the boot sector and partition table of your hard disk drive.

1.2 Package Checklist

The system board package contains the following items:

þThe system board

þA user’s manual

þOne 40-pin IDE hard disk cable

þOne 34-pin floppy disk drive cable

þOne CD

If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact your dealer or sales representative for assistance.

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Chapter 2 - Hardware Installation

2.1 System Board Layout

CB60-BX

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CB60-ZX

Note:

The illustrations on the following pages are based on the CB60-BX system board, which is the board equipped with three DIMM sockets.

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2.2 System Memory

CB60-BX is equipped with three DIMM sockets and CB60-ZX is equipped with two DIMM sockets.

2.3 DIP Switch Settings for Processors (For Factory Use Only)

The table on the next page shows the supported processors and their corresponding DIP switch settings (SW1).There are 4 switches on SW1.The black rectangle in the diagram denotes the part that is protruding, the “adjustable” switch. Make sure SW1 is set correctly before applying power, otherwise you will not be able to power-on the system.

In the example above:

Switch 1: Off

Switch 2: On

Switch 3: Off

Switch 4: On

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Processor

Frequency

SW1

Processor

Frequency

SW1

66MHz

100MHz

Ratio

 

66MHz

100MHz

Ratio

 

300MHz

Future

4.5x

433MHz

Future

6.5x

 

processor

 

 

processor

333MHz

Future

5x

Future

Future

7x

processor

processor

processor

 

 

 

366MHz

Future

5.5x

Future

Future

7.5x

processor

processor

processor

 

400MHz

Future

6x

Future

Future

8x

processor

processor

processor

 

 

 

Note:

1. Intel CeleronTM processors support VID (Voltage Identification). The switching voltage regulator on the system board will automatically set the voltage regulator according to the voltage of the processor.

2. You cannot overclock an Intel CeleronTM processor because its frequency ratio is fixed by the manufacturer. The table above is for factory use only.

2.4 Jumper Settings for the CPU’s Front Side Bus

Jumper JP2

CPU’s Front Side Bus Select

The default setting of jumper JP2 is Auto - the system will automatically run according to the FSB of the processor. The “100MHz” setting (1-2-3 Off) is reserved for future 100MHz FSB processors. Refer to the figure on the next page.

Warning:

If your system is installed with a 66MHz FSB processor, do not move the jumper cap from its default setting which is pins 1 and 2 On; otherwise your system will not boot.

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Jumper JP2’s settings are shown below.

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1

1

2

2

2

3

3

3

1-2 On: Auto

2-3 On: 66MHz

1-2-3 Off: 100MHz

(default)

 

 

2.5 Jumper Settings for Clearing CMOS Data

Jumper JP3

Clear CMOS Data

If, for some reason, the CMOS data becomes corrupted or you forgot the super visor/user/keyboard password, the system can be reconfigured with the default values stored in the ROM BIOS. To load the default values, power off your system and unplug the power cord. Set JP3 pins 2 and 3 to On. Wait for a few seconds and set JP3 back to its default setting, pins 1 and 2 On. You may now plug the power cord and power-on your system.

1

2

3

1

2

3

1-2 On: Normal

2-3 On:

(default)

Clear CMOS Data

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2.6Jumper Settings for Wake-On-Keyboard/ Wake-On-Mouse

Jumper JP1

Wake-On-Keyboard/Wake-On-Mouse

The system board supports the Wake- On-Keyboard/Wake-On-Mouse function. This function allows you to use the keyboard or mouse to power-on the system. By default, JP1 is disabled. To use this function, set JP1 to 2-3 On. “Keyboard/Mouse Power On” in the Integrated Peripherals setup of the Award BIOS must be set accordingly. Refer to chapter 3 for details.

Warning:

1. If JP1 was previously enabled with a password set in the

“KB Power On Password” field, and now you wish to disable the Wake-On-Keyboard (password) function, make sure to set the “Keyboard/Mouse Power On” field to Disabled prior to setting JP1 to disabled. You will not be able to boot up the system if you fail to do so.

2.The power button will not function once a keyboard password has been set in the “KB Power On Password” field of the Integrated Peripherals setup. You must type the correct password to power-on the system.

3.The 5VSB power source of your power supply must support ³720mA (minimum).

1 2 3 1 2 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1-2 On: Disable

2-3 On: Enable

 

(default)

 

 

 

 

 

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2.7Connecting the Ribbon Cables and Wires of the Ports and Connectors

2.7.1 Serial Ports

The built-in serial ports are RS-232C asynchronous communication ports with 16C550A-compatible UARTs that can be used with modems, serial printers, remote display terminals, and other serial devices. You can set the serial ports’ I/O address in the Integrated Peripherals setup of the Award BIOS.

2.7.2 PS/2 Mouse and Keyboard Ports

The PS/2 mouse port uses IRQ12. If a mouse is not connected to this port, the system will reserve IRQ12 for other expansion cards.

Warning:

Make sure to turn off your computer prior to connecting or disconnecting a mouse or keyboard. Failure to do so may damage the system board.

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2.7.3 Parallel Ports

The system board has a standard printer port for interfacing your PC to a parallel printer. It supports SPP, ECP and EPP modes. You can set the port’s mode in the Integrated Peripherals setup of the Award BIOS.

2.7.4Floppy Disk Controller

1.Install the 34-pin header connector into the shrouded floppy disk header (J4) on the system board. The colored edge of the ribbon should be aligned with pin 1 of J4.

2.Install the other 34-pin header connector(s) into the disk drive(s). Align the colored edge of the daisy chained ribbon cable with pin

1 of the drive edge connector(s). The end-most connector should be attached to the drive you want to designate as Drive A.

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2.7.5

IDE Hard Disk Interface

 

1.

If you are connecting two hard

 

 

drives, install the 40-pin connector

 

 

of the IDE cable into the primary

 

 

shrouded IDE header (connector

 

 

J10). If you are adding a third or

 

 

fourth IDE device, install the 40-

 

 

pin connector of the other IDE

 

 

cable into

the secondar y

 

 

shrouded IDE

header (connector

 

 

J9).

 

 

2.

Install the other 40-pin header

 

 

connector(s) into the device with

 

 

the colored edge of the ribbon

 

 

cable aligned with pin 1 of the drive edge connector(s).

 

Note:

Refer to your disk drive user’s manual for information about selecting proper drive switch settings.

Adding a Second IDE Hard Drive

When using two IDE drives, one must be set as the master and the other as the slave. Follow the instructions provided by the drive manufacturer for setting the jumpers and/or switches on the drives.

We recommend that you use Enhanced IDE or ATA-2, ATA-3 and Ultra DMA hard drives be from the same manufacturer. In a few cases, drives from two different manufacturers will not function properly when used together. The problem lies in the hard drives, not the system board.

Important:

If you encountered problems while using an ATAPI CD-ROM drive that is set in Master mode, please set the CD-ROM drive to Slave mode. Some ATAPI CD-ROMs may not be recognized and cannot be used if incorrectly set in Master mode.

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