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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.15

D1000

2 3 4 56 7 8 9

10 11

12

30

13 14 15

29

16 17 18

28

20 21 24 27 26 25 23 22

19

1 = Wavetable connector 2 = CD Line in 3 = Voice modem port 4 = Audio port (microphone port) 5 = Game/Midi port 6 = Audio port (Line In) 7 = Audio port (Line Out) 8 = RJ-45 Ethernet port 9 = 2 USB 10 = Serial port 1 11 = Parallel port 12 = PS/2 mouse (top) and keyboard connection (bottom)

13 = Connector for processor fan 2 14 = Second Processor (optional) 15 = First processor 16 = Connector for processor fan 1 17 = Voltage conversion module for second processor (optional) 18 = Power supply 19 = Serial port 2 20 = LED connectors (front panel)

21 = SCSI LED 22 = Floppy disk drive 23 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) 24 = IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary) 25 = SCSI connection 26 = Fan connection for add-on boards 27 = Jumpers for memory speed 28 = Jumper for configuration 29 = ISA bus slot 30 = PCI bus slots

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SYSTEMBOARDS Access to BIOS Setup - Jumper A Jumper A enables and disables access to system BIOS. up down BIOS Setup cannot be accessed. System BIOS can be accessed (default setting).

Recovering System BIOS - Jumper B The jumper B enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. To restore the old BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (call customer service). up down The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

!You may not change the default settings for jumpers C to H.

Clock Frequency - Jumpers E-H ! The jumpers may only be set as specified in the table below for the particular processor used. processor 200 Mhz switch E down switch F down switch G down switch H down

Memory Speed - Jumper M Jumper M defines whether memory modules with an access time of 50 ns or 60 ns are used. up down The memory modules have an access time of 50 ns. The memory modules have an access time of 60 ns (default entry).

! Do not change the factory setting!

Main memory Four locations (bank 0 and bank 3) are available on the system board for installing memory modules. The board supports a maximum of 512 Mbytes. You may install memory modules of 16, 32, 64 or 128 Mbytes. You may only use fast EDO memory modules with ECC (access time <= 60ns). Use buffered DIMM modules only (3.3 V, 168 Pins). To avoid damage to the system board only memory modules released by Siemens Nixdorf should be used.

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.16

D1005

B C

DE F

V U

H I

J T

K L R Q PO N M
P = Secondary IDE connector Q = Front panel connectors R = Jumper block S = Fan 1 connector T = Chassis security connector U = Fan 3 connector V = PCI connectors

A = ISA connectors B = CD-ROM audio connector C = Telephony connector D = Wavetable connector E = Telephony connector F = Audio line in connector G = Back panel I/O connectors H = Slot 1 processor connector

I = Heatsink support mounting holes J = Power connector K = Speaker (optional) L = Battery M = SIMM sockets N = Floppy drive connector O = Primary IDE connector

Jumper Block

45 6 45 6 4 56 45 6

J9C1
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 123

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SYSTEMBOARDS Jumpers for Setup Program Functions Function Setup Program Access Block J9C1-D Pins 5-6 4-5 5-6 4-5 5-6 4-5 Description Enabled (default) Disabled Normal (default) Recover Keep (default) Clear

BIOS Recovery

J9C1-A

CMOS Clear

J9C1-C

Jumpers for Processor Speed Pentium II 233 MHz 266 MHz 300 MHz Host Bus Speed 66 66 66 Block J9C1 A B C 2-3 2-3, 2-3 5-6 1-2 1-2, 2-3 4-5 1-2 2-3, 2-3 4-5

Main memory The motherboard has four 72-pin, tin-lead SIMM sockets that support from 8 MB to 256 MB of memory. The sockets are arranged as banks 0 and 1 (Figure 6). Two sockets make up one bank. When adding memory, follow these guidelines:

When adding SIMMs, use only tin-lead, 72-pin, 50 or 60 ns EDO DRAM. Faster devices will not improve system performance. When you install SIMMs, you must completely fill at least one bank; that is, you must install SIMMs in both sockets of the bank. The computer automatically detects the installed memory, so it doesnt matter which bank is used, as long as both sockets in the bank are filled. Because of limited space on the motherboard, it might be easier to install SIMMs in bank 0 first. Both SIMMs in one bank must be the same size. For example, dont install a 4 MB SIMM in one socket of bank 0 and an 8 MB SIMM in the second socket of bank 0. You may, however, use different size SIMMs in different banks.

The motherboard supports parity (x36) or non-parity (x32) SIMMs. Error checking and correction is supported with parity and ECC SIMMs. There is no error checking and correction with non-parity SIMMs.

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.17

D1025

3 45

1 2

20

6 7 8 9

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

1 = Connector 2 for control panel 2 = Connector 1 for control panel 3 = ON/OFF button 4 = Loudspeaker 5 = Fan 6 = Connector for fax boards 7 = Wake On LAN 8 = SCSI LED 9 = I2C connector 10 = Feature connector

11 = Voice modem 12 = AUX IN 13 = CD Line in 14 = Power supply 1 15 = Power supply 2 16 = IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary) 17 = Floppy disk drive 18 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) 19 = Connector for chipcard reader 20 = IrDA

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Settings with switch block

1 2

ON

12 3 4 5 67 8
OPEN/OFF

Switch 1, 2, 3 and 4 = clock speed Switch 5 = recovering system BIOS Switch 6 = must be set to off Switch 7 = reserved Switch 8 = write protection for floppy disk drive

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SYSTEMBOARDS Clock speed - switch 1, 2, 3 and 4 may only ! The switches particular be set as specified in the table below for the processor used. Processor 166 MHz 200 MHz 233 MHz Reserved switch 1 on on on off switch 2 off off off off switch 3 on off off off switch 4 on on off off

Recovering System BIOS - switch 5 Switch 5 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. Memory bank 1 must be populated in order to be able to restore the system BIOS. To restore the old BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (call customer service).
on off
The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

Write-protection for floppy disk drive - switch 8 Switch 8 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write-protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
on off
The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).

Setting the processor core voltage


Processor type Intel AMD-K6 166 AMD-K6 200 AMD-K6 233
12 3

Jumper VCore not inserted connected to 1-2 connected to 2-3


4

5
1 2

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7= 8= 9=
6 7 9

Locations bank 1 for main memory Locations bank 2 for main memory Lithium battery Processor with heat sink and fan VCore jumper for processor core voltage Socket for video memory board Slot for platter Flash BIOS Socket for wavetable chip

Main memory
Two locations (bank 1 and bank 2) are available on the system board for installing memory modules. DIMM modules (dual inline memory module) are used. A maximum of 256 Mbytes of SDRAM memory modules may be installed. SDRAM memory modules can be mixed. You may only use unbuffered 3V modules. Buffered modules are not permitted. You can only use 66 MHz or faster SDRAM memory modules!

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.18

D1026

1 2 3 21 20

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

5 6

1 = ON/OFF button 2 = Loudspeaker 3 = Fan 4 = ServerManagement bus 5 = Connector for fax boards 6 = Wake On LAN (WOL) 7 = USB connection (internal) 8 = Voice modem 9 = AUX IN 10 = CD Line in 11 = DSP

12 = Power supply 3V 13 = Power supply 1 14 = IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary) 15 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) 16 = Floppy disk drive 17 = Connector for chipcard reader 18 = Power supply 2 19 = IrDA 20 = Connector 1 for control panel 21 = Connector 2 for control panel

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Settings with switch block

ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

OPEN / OFF

Switch 1 = must be set to off Switch 2 = System BIOS recovery Switch 3 = Writeprotection for floppy disks

Switch 4 = Wake On LAN Switch 5, 6, 7 and 8 = clock speed

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SYSTEMBOARDS Recovering System BIOS - switch 2


Switch 2 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. To restore the old system BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (call customer service).
on off The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

Write-protection for floppy disks - switch 3


Switch 3 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write-protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
on off The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).

Wake On LAN (WOL) - switch 4


Switch 4 is only important when the optional LAN controller is mounted on the system board. It switches the WOL function of the LAN controller on the system board off and on.

The following conditions must be met for the WOL function: The power supply must provide a 5V auxiliary voltage of at least 500 mA.

The WOL plug connector may not be used.

If one or both of these conditions are not met, then Wake On LAN must be switched off. Otherwise malfunctions may occur. Please contact our customer service.
on off The Wake On LAN of the LAN controller on the system board is switched on. The Wake On LAN of the LAN controller on the system board is switched off.

Clock speed - switch 5, 6, 7 and 8

The switches may only be set as specified in the table below for the particular Pentium II used. This system board you may use only with processors with a host bus frequency of 66 MHz. Do not use processors with a host bus frequency of 100 MHz!

processor
233/66 MHz 266/66 MHz 300/66 MHz 333/66 MHz Reserved

switch 5
on on on on off

switch 6
on off off off x

switch 7
off on on off x

switch 8
off on off on x

Main memory
The system board incorporates two or three locations for installing memory modules in DIMM format. The board supports a maximum of 384 Mbytes. Both EDO-DRAM and SDRAM memory modules can be used. They may be mixed. DIMM = Dual Inline Memory Module EDO-DRAM = Enhanced Data Output Dynamic Random Access Memory SDRAM = Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.19

D1031
1 2 7 2 6 2 5
4 3 2 1

5 6

7 8 9

2 4 2 3 2 1 1 9 2 2 2 0
6 5 4 3 2 1 1

1 0 1 2

1 1

1 3 1 7 1 6 1 5 1 4

1 8

1 = Auxiliary voltage for power supply 2 = Power supply 5V and 12V 3 = Chipcard reader 4 = Voltage converter for processor 2 5 = Temperature sensor for processor 1 6 = Temperature sensor for processor 2 7 = Control panel 8 = Cover detection 9 = Power supply voltage 10 = Fan 1 11 = Loudspeaker 12 = Fan 2 13 = USB port (internal) 14 = SCSI indicator

15 = Ultra SCSI (SE) 16 = IDE drives 17 = Ultra 2 SCSI (LVD/SE) 18 = Floppy disk drives 19 = Wake On LAN (WOL) 20 = Remote on 21 = CAN bus connection internal 22 = CAN bus connection external 23 = Keyboard and mouse 24 = Serial interface 1 and 2 25 = USB port (external) 26 = Parallel interface 27 = Monitor port

Switch 1 = System BIOS recovery Switch 2 = must be set to off Switch 3 = write protection for system BIOS Switch 4 = write protection for floppy disk drive Switch 5, 6, 7, 8 = clock frequency

6 5 4 3 2 1 1

The switch settings apply both to the dual-processor system and to the monoprocessor system.

O N
1

4 5

6 7

O P E N /O F F

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SYSTEMBOARDS Recovering System BIOS switch1


Switch 1 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. To restore the old BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (call customer service). The existing BIOS settings are meaningless for restoring the system BIOS (e.g. the Security menu in the Flash Write field).
OFF ON The System BIOS is started with the system BIOS from the system board (default setting). The system is started from the Flash BIOS Diskette in drive A. A recovery of the system BIOS is executed. If switch 1 is set to ON, switch 3 must be set to OFF (OPEN).

Write protection for System BIOS - switch 3


Switch 3 enables and disables system Flash BIOS updating. Before an update of the system BIOS can be carried out, switch 1 must be set to OFF and write protection for the system BIOS must also be disabled in the BIOS Setup (in the Security menu: the Flash Write field must be set to Enabled). If you wish to update your system BIOS, please consult our customer service.
OFF ON System BIOS can be overwritten (default setting). System BIOS is write protected.

Write protection for floppy disk drive - switch 4


Switch 4 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
OFF ON Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting). The floppy disk drive is write-protected.

Clock speed - switch 5, 6, 7 and 8

The switch may only be set as specified in the table below for the particular processors used.

Processor with 100 MHz system bus clock frequency Processor 350 MHz 400 MHz 450 MHz switch 5 on on on switch 6 off on off switch 7 off on on switch 8 on off off

Main memory
Four locations (DIMM0 to DIMM3) are available on the system board for main memory. These slots are suitable for 64, 128, 256 and 512 Mbyte SDRAM memory modules of the DIMM format. The maximum memory configuration is 2 Gbyte, whereby memory modules with different memory capacities can be combined. Equipping must be performed starting with slot 1 (DIMM0) in sequence.

You may only use buffered 3.3V memory modules. Unbuffered memory modules are not permitted. The SDRAM memory board must be compatible with PC100.

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.20

D1034

2 1

1 2 3 4

16 15
PCI 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14
PCI 3
PCI 2

PCI 1

ISA 3
ISA 2

ISA 1

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7= 8= 9=

Infrared interface RESET switch Floppy disk drive Power supply SCSI LED LED indicators in front panel Power on switch Fan IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary)

10 = IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary) 11 = I2C connector 12 = External loudspeaker 13 = Remote on via fax/modem 14 = Voice modem 15 = AUX Line in 16 = CD Line in

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Clock speed - switch 1, 2, 3 and 4 may only ! The switches particular be set as specified in the table below for the processor used. Make sure you also check the jumper settings for the processor auxiliary voltage. Processor 90 MHz 100 MHz 120 MHz 133 MHz 150 MHz 166 MHz 200 MHz 233 MHz Reserved switch 1 off on off on off on on on off switch 2 on off on off on off off off off switch 3 off off on on on on off off off switch 4 off off off off on on on off off

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SYSTEMBOARDS Recovering System BIOS - switch 5 Switch 5 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. Memory bank 1 must be populated in order to be able to restore the system BIOS. To restore the old BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (call customer service).
on off The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

Skipping the password setting - switch 6 Switch 6 defines whether a set BIOS password is to be taken into account or not.
on off The BIOS password is ignored. The BIOS password is taken into account (default setting).

Write-protection for floppy disk drive - switch 8 Switch 8 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write-protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
on off The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).

Setting the processor core voltage

!
Intel AMD-K5

The jumpers may only be set as specified in the table below for the particular processor used!
Jumper for processor core voltage not inserted not inserted connected to 1-2 connected to 2-3 Jumper for the supply voltage of an AMD-K5 not inserted both inserted both inserted not inserted

Processor type

AMD-K6 - 166 AMD-K6 - 200 AMD-K6 - 233

3 4

6
2 1

1= 2= 3= 4=

PCI 4

10

PCI 3
PCI 2

Locations 1 + 2 for main memory Switch block Processor with heat sink Jumper for the supply voltage of an AMD-K5 processor 5 = Jumper for processor core voltage 6 = Lithium battery 7 = Flash BIOS 8 = ISA slots 1 - 3 9 = Socket for wavetable chip 10 = PCI slots 1 - 4 The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.
7

PCI 1

ISA 3

9 8

ISA 2

ISA 1

Main memory
Two locations (bank 1 and bank 2) are available on the system board for installing memory modules. DIMM modules (dual inline memory module) are used. A maximum of 256 Mbytes of SDRAM memory modules may be installed. You may only use unbuffered 3V modules. Buffered modules are not permitted. You can only use 66 MHz or faster SDRAM memory modules!

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.21

D1042
1 2 3 45 6

8 22 21 20 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19

1 = Cover recognition 2 = Intrusion connector 3 = Connector for chipcard reader 4 = Power supply 1 5 = Fan 6 = Power supply 2 7 = Connector 2 for control panel 8 = Floppy disk drive 9 = SCSI LED 10 = Connector 1 for control panel 11 = ON/OFF button

12 = Feature connector 13 = IrDA 14 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) 15 = IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary) 16 = I2C connector 17 = Loudspeaker 18 = Wake On LAN (WOL) 19 = Connector for fax boards 20 = Voice modem 21 = AUX IN 22 = CD Line in

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Settings with switch block


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

ON
OFF

Switch 1, 2, 3 and 4 = clock speed Switch 5 = recovering system BIOS Switch 6 = must be set to

Switch 7 = reserved Switch 8 = write protection for floppy disk drive

off

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SYSTEMBOARDS Clock speed - switch 1, 2, 3 and 4 may only ! The switches particular be set as specified in the table below for the processor used. Processor 166 MHz 200 MHz 233 MHz Reserved switch 1 on on on off switch 2 off off off off switch 3 on off off off switch 4 on on off off

Recovering System BIOS - switch 5 Switch 5 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. Memory bank 1 must be populated in order to be able to restore the system BIOS. To restore the old BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (call customer service).
on off The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

Write-protection for floppy disk drive - switch 8 Switch 8 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write-protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
on off The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).

Setting the processor core voltage


Processor type Intel AMD-K6 - 166 AMD-K6 - 200 AMD-K6 - 233 Jumper VCore not inserted connected to 1-2 connected to 2-3

1 10 9 2

7 5 6 4

1 = VCore jumper for processor core voltage 2 = Lithium battery 3 = Processor with heat sink and fan 4 = Flash BIOS 5 = Socket for wavetable chip 6 = ISA slots - from below: 1 - 3 7 = PCI slots - from below: 1 - 4) 8 = Socket for video memory board 9 = Locations bank 1 for main memory 10 = Locations bank 2 for main memory

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Main memory
Two locations (bank 1 and bank 2) are available on the system board for installing memory modules. DIMM modules (dual inline memory module) are used. A maximum of 256 Mbytes of SDRAM memory modules may be installed. SDRAM memory modules can be mixed. You may only use unbuffered 3V modules. Buffered modules are not permitted. You can only use 66 MHz or faster SDRAM memory modules!

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.22

D1060
A B C D H

JJ II HH GG

E F

I J K G L M

FF

EE DD CC BB AA Z R S QP O

YX
A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R.

V U

T
OM06320
S. T. U. V. W. X. Y. Z. AA BB CC. DD. EE. FF. GG. HH. II. JJ. Ultra-wide (16-bit) SCSI connectors Narrow (8-bit) SCSI connector Sleep LED connector Front panel I/O connectors HDD LED input connector (4-pin) Front chassis 2 fan connector Front chassis 1 fan connector Speaker Battery HDD LED input connector (2-pin) Wake-on-Modem connector Wake on LAN connector SCSI PCI Raidport connector A.G.P. connector MIDI/Game Port connector (optional) PCI connectors ISA connectors Chassis security connector

Onboard serial port 2 connector (optional) CPU 1 fan connector ATAPI CD audio connector (optional) ATAPI-style telephony connector (optional) ATAPI-style Line In connector (optional) 2 mm CD audio connector (optional) CPU 2 fan connector Back panel connectors Rear chassis fan connector Auxillary power connector Boot processor Slot 1 connector ATX power connector Application processor Slot 1 connector DIMM sockets Configuration jumper block Secondary IDE connector Primary IDE connector Floppy drive connector

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SYSTEMBOARDS

J7E1

OM06335

Jumper Settings for Setup Program Modes


Mode Normal Configure Jumper 1-2 2-3 Description BIOS uses current configuration and passwords for booting. After the POST runs, Setup starts and displays the Maintenance menu. This menu displays options for setting the processor speed and clearing passwords. BIOS recovers data from a recovery diskette.

Recovery

None

Main memory You can install from 16 MB to 512 MB of SDRAM or 1 GB of EDO DRAM in the motherboard DIMM sockets. Memory can be installed in one, two, three, or four sockets. DIMM size can vary between sockets. The motherboard supports the following types of memory:

168-pin 3.3 V DIMMs with gold-plated contacts 66-MHz unbuffered ECC SDRAM 60-ns EDO ECC DRAM Single- or double-sided DIMMs in the following sizes: DIMM Size 16 MB 32 MB 64 MB 128 MB 256 MB (EDO DRAM only) Configuration 2 Mbit x 72 4 Mbit x 72 8 Mbit x 72 16 Mbit x 72 32 Mbit x 72

SDRAM DIMMs must meet the Intel specifications for 72-bit SDRAM. For information about vendors that support these specifications refer to the Intel World Wide Web site: http://www.intel.com/

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.23

D1064
1 2 3

5 7 9 1 0 1 2 8 1 1 6

1 3

2 0 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 9 1 7 1 8

1 = Power supply 1 2 = I2C connector 3 = Fan 2 4 = Connector for chipcard reader 5 = IrDA 6 = Connector for reset switch 7 = Floppy disk drive 8 = Connector for control panel 9 = Power supply 2 10 = Cover detection

11 = ON/OFF button 12 = SCSI indicator 13 = Fan 1 14 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) 15 = IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary) 16 = Loudspeaker 17 = Wake On LAN (WOL) 18 = Connector for fax boards 19 = Fan 3 20 = USB chipcard reader

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Settings on the switch block

Switch 1 = must be set to off Switch 2 = System BIOS recovery Switch 3 = Write protection for floppy disks Switch 4 = reserved Switch 5, 6, 7and 8 = clock speed

O N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

O P E N

/ O F F

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SYSTEMBOARDS Recovering System BIOS - switch 2


Switch 2 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. To restore the old system BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (please call our customer service).
on off The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

Write protection for floppy disks - switch 3


Switch 3 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write -protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
on off The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).

Clock speed - switch 5, 6, 7 and 8

The switches may only be set as specified in the tables below for the particular Pentium II used. This system board you may use with processors with a host bus frequency of 100 MHz and 66 MHz.

Pentium II with 100 MHz Host Bus frequency


Processor 300 MHz 350 MHz 400 MHz 450 Mhz switch 5 on off on off switch 6 off off on on switch 7 on on off off switch 8 on on on on

Pentium II with 66 MHz Host Bus frequency


Processor 233 MHz 266 MHz 300 MHz 333 MHz 366 MHz switch 5 off on off on off switch 6 off on on off off switch 7 on off off off off switch 8 on on on on on

2 3

9 8 6

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7= 8= 9=

Pentium II with heat sink Locations bank 3 for main memory Locations bank 2 for main memory Locations bank 1 for main memory Lithium battery Socket for video memory board ISA slots 1 and 2 (from below) PCI slots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (from below) AGP slot

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

i
7

All PCI slots have bus master capability.

Main memory
The system board incorporates two or three locations for installing memory modules in DIMM format. The board supports a maximum of 384 Mbytes. SDRAM memory modules are used. DIMM = Dual Inline Memory Module SDRAM = Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.24

D1065
A B C D E

S F G R H

Q P I

J O N M K L
OM08377

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S

Intel E28F004BXT80 4 Mbit Flash Memory Crystal Semiconductor CS4235 Audio Codec A.G.P. Connector Intel 82558 PCI LAN Controller Back Panel Connectors Slot 2 Connector for Boot Processor Slot 2 Connector for Application Processor Intel 82443GX (PAC) DIMM Sockets Diskette Drive Connector VRM Connector Front Panel Connectors Battery Piezoelectric Speaker National Semiconductor PC97307 I/O Controller IDE Connectors 82371EB (PIIX4E) PCI Bus Add-in Board Connectors ISA Bus Add-in Board Connector

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SYSTEMBOARDS
A

OM07120

A B

LAN enable/disable jumper block BIOS Setup configuration jumper block

Jumper Settings for Setup Program Modes


Mode Normal Configure Recovery Jumper Setting 1-2 2-3 Off (jumper removed) Description The BIOS uses current configuration inforamtion and passwords for booting. (Default) After the POST runs, Setup runs automaticaly. The maintenance manu is displayed. The Bios attempts to recover the Bios from a diskette. A recovery diskette is required.

Main memory You can install from 32 MB to 2 GB of 100 MHz SDRAM in the system board DIMM sockets. Memory can be installed in one, two, three or four sockets. DIMM size can vary between sockets. The system board supports the following types of memory:
168-pin 3.3V DIMMs with gold-plated contacts 100 MHz SDRAM Single- or double-sided DIMMs in the following sizes: DIMM Size Configuration 16 MB 2 Mbit x 72 32 MB 4 Mbit x 72 64 MB 8 Mbit x 72 128 MB 16 Mbit x 72 256 MB 32 Mbit x 72 512 MB 128 Mbit x 72

SDRAM DIMMs must meet the Intel specifications for 72-bit SDRAM. For information about vendors that support these specifcations refer to the Intel World Wide Web site: http://www.intel.com/

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SYSTEMBOARDS

2.25

D1081

5 6 7

1= 2= 3= 4=

Processor fan Power supply Serial port 2 IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary)

5= 6= 7= 8=

IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) Floppy disk drive Connector for control panel and loudspeak System fan

The components and connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Jumper SKP = May not be inserted Jumper RCV = System BIOS recovery Jumper FWP = Write protection for floppy disks Jumpers CF3, CF2, CF1, CF4 = Clock speed
C F
3

C F
2

C F

F W 1 4 P

C F

R C V S K P

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SYSTEMBOARDS Clock frequency - jumpers CF1 to CF4 may only ! The switches particular be set asIIspecified in the tables below for the Pentium or Celeron used. This system board you may use only with Pentium II or Celeron processors with a host bus frequency of 66 MHz.
Pentium II with 66 MHz Host Bus frequency:
Processor 233 MHz 266 MHz 300 MHz 333 MHz jumper CF3 not inserted inserted inserted not inserted jumper CF2 inserted not inserted not inserted not inserted jumper CF1 not inserted not inserted not inserted not inserted jumper CF4 not inserted inserted not inserted inserted

Recovering System BIOS - jumper RCV The jumper RCV enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. To restore the old system BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (please call our customer service).
inserted not inserted The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and the inserted "Flash-BIOS-Diskette" restores the System BIOS on the system board. Normal operation (default setting).

Write protection for floppy disk drive - jumper FWP The jumper FWP is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write protection for diskettes in BIOS Setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
inserted not inserted The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).

2 3

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6=
6
3 2 1

Slot for processor with heat sink Lithium battery Locations bank 2 for main memory Locations bank 1 for main memory ISA slot PCI slots 1, 2, 3

Main Memory
Two locations (bank 1 and bank 2) are available on the system board for main memory. These slots are suitable for 16, 32, 64, and 128 Mbyte SDRAM memory modules of the DIMM format. The maximum memory configuration is 256 Mbyte, whereby memory modules with different memory capacities can be combined.
You may only use unbuffered 3V modules. Buffered modules are not permitted. SDRAM memory modules must have a cycle time of 15 ns or less or be designed for a clock frequency of 66 MHz or higher.

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1 2
3 2 1

3 4 6 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 1 2 5

P C I 4 P C I 3 P C I 2 P C I 1 IS A 3 IS A 2 IS A 1

1 3

1 4

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7=

System fan Chipcard reader Power supply Infrared receiver (IrDA) Device ID Power supply monitor IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary)

8 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary) 9 = Floppy disk drive 10 = Processor fan 11 = Control panel 12 = Intrusion plug 13 = Power On 14 = Wake-up on LAN

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Settings with switch block

Switch 1 = must be set to off Switch 2 = System BIOS recovery Switch 3 = Write protection for floppy disks Switch 4 = reserved Switches 5 - 8 = clock frequency

P C I 4 P C I 3 P C I 2 P C I 1 IS A 3 IS A 2 IS A 1
O N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

O P E N

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SYSTEMBOARDS Clock speed - switch 5, 6, 7 and 8 ! The switches may only be set as specified in the table below for the particular processor used. This system board you may use only with processors with a host bus frequency of 66 MHz. Do not use processors with a host bus frequency of 100 MHz!
processor 233 MHz 266 MHz 300 MHz 333 MHz switch 5 off on off on switch 6 off on on off switch 7 on off off off switch 8 on on on on

Recovering System BIOS - switch 2 Switch 2 enables recovery of the old system BIOS after an attempt to update has failed. To restore the old system BIOS you need a Flash BIOS Diskette (please call our customer service).
on off The System BIOS executes from floppy drive A: and restores the System BIOS on the system board. The System BIOS is started from the system board (default setting).

Write protection for floppy disks - switch 3 Switch 3 is used to define whether floppy disks can be written or deleted in the floppy disk drive. To write and delete floppy disks, the write -protection in BIOS setup must be disabled (in menu Security, the field Diskette Write must be set to Enabled).
on off The floppy disk drive is write-protected. Read, write and delete floppy disks is possible (default setting).
1 2

7
3 2 1

6
P C I 4 P C I 3 P C I 2 P C I 1 IS A 3 IS A 2 IS A 1

1= 2= 3= 4= 5= 6= 7=
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2 locations for main memory (DIMM) 1 location for main memory (DIMM) 1 AGP slot 4 PCI slots 3 ISA slots Lithium battery Pentium II with heat sink

The connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

Main Memory
two or three locations are available on the system board for main memory. These slots are suitable for 16, 32, 64 and 128 Mbyte SDRAM memory modules of the dimm format. The board supports a maximum of 384 Mbytes when using 128 Mbyte SDRAM memory modules. Memory modules with different memory capacities can be combined. 256 Mbyte SDRAM memory modules are possible on request. Then the board supports a maximum of 768 Mbytes. You may only use unbuffered 3V memory Modules. Buffered modules are not permitted. SDRAM memory modules must have a cycle time of 15 ns or less or be designed for a clock frequency of 66 MHz or higher.

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F G H I J K L M N O

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A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q.

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Processor connector DIMM slot 3 DIMM slot 2 DIMM slot 1 Processor heatsink fan connector (fan 3) ATX power connector ATX Auxiliary power Secondary IDE connector Primary IDE connector System fan connector (fan 1) AT front panel connector Lithium backup battery Configuration jumper block Configuration jumper block System fan connector (fan 2) External IMB connector External Wake on LAN (WOL) header

Hard drive LED header Diskette drive connector Wide SCSI connector AGP Connector PCI slots for add in boards ISA slots for add in boards VGA monitor port USB connectors RJ-45 network connector WOL enable jumper Serial port 2 connector Parallel port connector System fan connector (fan 4) Chassis intrusion connector Serial port 1 connector Keyboard and Mouse PS/2 compatible connectors

W. X. Y. Z. AA. BB. CC. DD. EE. FF. GG.

J7B1
1 3

J3J1
9 5 1

A B C

J2J1
9 5 1

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Jumper Block A. BMC Boot Block Write Enable

Pins (default in bold) 21-22, Protect 22-23, Erase/ Program

What it does at system reset BMC boot block is write protected. BMC boot block is erasable and programmable. System boots normally. System tries to update BMC firmware.

B. BMC Forced Update Mode

5-6, Normal 6-7, Program

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Jumper Block C. BIOS Boot Block Write Enable Pins (default in bold) 1-2, Protect 2-3 Erase/ Program What it does at system reset BIOS boot block is writeprotected. BIOS boot block is erasable and programmable.

D. Recovery Boot

9-10, Normal 10-11, Recovery

System attempts to boot using the BIOS stored in flash memory. BIOS attempts a recovery boot, loading BIOS code from a floppy diskette into the flash device. This is typically used when the BIOS code has been corrupted. Maintains the current system password. Clears the password. Preserves the contents of NVRAM. Replaces the contents of NVRAM with the manufacturing default settings. Disables Wake On LAN. If your power supply does not provide 0.8 A of +5 V Standby current, you must move the WOL Enable jumper to this position. Enables Wake On LAN.

E. Password clear

5-6, Protect 6-7, Erase

F. CMOS clear

1-2, Protect 2-3, Erase

G. WOL Enable

1-2, Disabled

2-3, Enabled

CMOS Jumper
The jumper at pins 1, 2, and 3 controls whether settings stored in CMOS nonvolatile memory (NVRAM) are retained during a system reset. Procedure to restore the systems CMOS and RTC to default values:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Move the CMOS jumper from pins 1 and 2 to pins 2 and 3 (the Clear CMOS memory position). Reinstall the side cover for your safety, and connect the power cord to the system. Turn the system on. Wait for POST to complete and for the messages NVRAM cleared by jumper and Press F2 to enter Setup to appear. This automatically reprograms CMOS and RTC to their default settings. Enter Setup and make any changes necessary (for example, changing the boot device). Press F10 to save the new Setup configuration and exit Setup. Turn off the system, and disconnect the power cord from the system. Again remove the side cover. Move the jumper from pins 2 and 3 back to pins 1 and 2 (the Protect CMOS memory position). Reinstall the side cover, and connect the power cord to the system. Run BIOS Setup or the SSU to verify the correct settings.

Password Jumper
The jumper at pins 5, 6, and 7 controls whether the user and administrator passwords are retained or cleared during a system reset. Procedure to clear the current password and then enter a new one:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Move the Password jumper from pins 5 and 6 to pins 6 and 7. Reinstall the side cover for your safety, and connect the power cord to the system. Turn the system on, and wait for POST to complete. This automatically clears the password. Turn off the system, and disconnect the power cord. Again remove the side cover. Move the jumper from pins 6 and 7 back to pins 5 and 6. Reinstall the side cover, and connect the power cord to the system. Run the SSU to specify a new password.

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SYSTEMBOARDS Recovery Boot Jumper


The jumper at pins 9, 10, and 11 controls whether the system attempts to boot using the BIOS programmed in the boot block area of the FLASH memory. This should only be used if the operational area of the BIOS is corrupted or needs to be upgraded. Contact your local service representative before doing this. Procedure to disable recovery booting:
1. 2. 3. Move the recovery boot jumper from pins 9 and 10 to pins 10 and 11. Reinstall the side cover for your safety, connect the power cord to the system. Turn the system on, and insert the Flash Memory Update Utility diskette in drive A. After the system boots, the speaker emits a single beep and the recovery process starts. This takes about three minutes. When the recovery process completes, the speaker emits two beeps.

While in the recovery mode, there is no screen display on the monitor. The keyboard is disabled as the system automatically recovers the BIOS. The following beep codes describe the recovery status.
Beep Code 2 4 Continuous series of low beeps
5. 6. 7. 8.

Message Successful completion, no errors. The system could not boot from the diskette. The diskette may not be bootable. The wrong BIOS recovery files are being used and/or the flash memory jumper is in the wrong position.

Turn the system off, disconnect the power cord(s) from the system, and remove the left side cover. Move the jumper from pins 10 and 11 to pins 9 and 10 to enable the normal boot mode. Replace the left side cover, remove the diskette from drive A, and connect the power cord(s) to the system. After running the special recovery mode, run the SSU to specify a new password.

WOL Enable Jumper


The jumper at J7B1 controls the WOL functionality. If you power supply doesn't supply 0.8A of +5 V Standby current, this jumper should be in the disabled position.

Memory
Either 72 bit (ECC) or 64 bit (non ECC) 100 MHz, 3.3 V, PC/100 compliant or 66 MHz, 3.3 V PC/66 compliant SDRAM on 168 pin gold DIMMs are supported by the server board. Memory is partitioned as three banks of SDRAM DIMMs, each providing 72 bits of noninterleaved memory (64 bit main memory plus ECC): Install from 64 MB to 768 MB of memory, using registered DIMMs.
Install from 32 MB to 384 MB of memory, using unbuffered DIMMs.

Memory should be added in order from slot 1 to slot 3.

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Do not mix registered and unbuffered memory. Mixing Non ECC memory and ECC memory causes all ECC features to be disabled.

DIMM sizes and compatibility: use DIMMs that have been tested for compatibility with the server board. Contact your sales representative or dealer for a current list of approved memory modules. The table below lists some sample size combinations, however, any combination of sizes is supported

Sample DIMM Component Combinations


Bank 1 32 32 32 32 128 32 32 128 128 128 128 128 Bank 2 Bank 3 Total memory 32 MB 64 MB 192 MB 288MB 384MB

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