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AX6BC Pro Gold








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      Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage your processor, disk drives, expansion boards, and other components. Always observe the following precautions before you install a system component. 1.Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until you are ready to install it. 2.Wear a wrist ground strap and attach it to a metal part of the system unit before handling a component.

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     When should I Clear CMOS? 1. Boot fail because of overclocking… 2. Forget password… 3. Troubleshooting… ...

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     You have to wait for system to successfully boot from operation system (such as Windows or DOS) before the Wake-On-Keyboard/Mouse can take effect. This is because the information of how to support this function must be stored into Winbond W83977EF and then you can use it for next power on. ...

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     Some CPU fans do not have sense pin, so that cannot support fan monitoring. ...

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                  High CPU core voltage may be able to increase CPU speed for overclocking, but you may damage the CPU or reduce the CPU lifecycle. ...

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                           INTEL 440BX chipset supports maximum 100MHz FSB and 66MHz AGP clock, higher clock setting may cause serious system damage.  If your system hangs or fails to boot because of overclocking, simply use <Home> key to restore the default setting (233MHz).  ...

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    !   "     INTEL 440BX chipset supports maximum 100MHz FSB and 66MHz AGP clock, higher clock setting may cause serious system damage. ...

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     The driving capability of new generation chipset is limited due to the lack of a memory buffer (to improve performance). This makes DRAM chip count an important factor to take into consideration when you install DIMMs. Unfortunately, there is no way that the BIOS can identify the correct chip count, you need to calculate the chip count by yourself.

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     To identify 2-clock and 4-clock DIMM, you may check if there are traces connected to the golden finger pins 79 and 163 of the SDRAM. If there are traces, the SDRAM is probably 4-clock; Otherwise, it is 2-clock.  To identify single-side or double-side DIMM, check golden finger pin 114 and pin 129.

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     The specification of the IDE cable is a maximum of 46cm (18 inches), make sure your cable does not exceed this length.  For better signal quality, it is recommended to set the far end side device to master mode and follow the suggested sequence to install your new device.

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     Although we have implemented protection circuit try to prevent any human operating mistake, there is still certain risk that CPU, memory, HDD, add-on cards that install on this motherboard may be damaged because of component failure, human operating error or unknown nature reason.

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     For Intel BX motherboard, no utility or driver is essential to boot this motherboard, you can run your system without installing any utility or driver described in this installation guide. ...

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     Installing this Bus Master IDE driver may cause Suspend to Hard Drive failure. ...

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     This function does not support SCSI hard disks. ...

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     Note that Intel Bus Master and Ultra DMA/33 IDE driver are not fully compatible with Suspend to Hard Drive function, installing these drivers may cause the system unstable. Under this situation, please uninstall the drivers.  The USB function has not been tested for Suspend to Hard Drive.

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        #   If your sound card can not work after resume from Suspend to Hard Drive, check your sound card vendor see if there is driver to support APM, and install it again. ...

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    % * *&    "02" means Windows 98 is ACPI acknowledged but the ACPI function is disabled. ...

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     Currently we found only ATI 3D Rage Pro AGP card would support ACPI suspend to disk. Please refer to AOpen web site for latest update. ...

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     Because the BIOS code is the most often changed part of the motherboard design, the BIOS information contained in this manual may be different with actual BIOS that come with your motherboard. ...

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     Please avoid of using "Load Turbo Defaults", unless you are sure your system components (CPU, DRAM, HDD, etc.) are good enough for turbo setting. ...

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    Auto, User None  For an IDE hard disk, we recommend that you use the "IDE HDD Auto Detection" to enter the drive specifications automatically. See the section "IDE HDD Auto Detection". ...

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    ! WARNING ! Disk Boot Sector is to be modified Type "Y" to accept write, or "N" to abort write Award Software, Inc. ...

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     Setting this item to 0 will wake up the system on the specified time (which can be set in the Wake On RTC Timer ) every day. ...

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     You cannot use both USB driver and USB legacy keyboard at the same time. Disable "USB Keyboard Support" if you have USB driver in the operating system.  ...

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      "# Whenever you change this item, it will only take effect after you restart the system and successfully boot the Windows or DOS. "# To implement Wake on Keyboard/Mouse function, you must set JP28 to Enabled. Wake on Mouse function applies to PS/2 mouse only. "# "# If you set a password but forget it, please...

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     Before setting a password you have to make sure JP28 has been enabled, or your system cannot be boot up properly any more. Under this situation, the only solution is to clear CMOS.  ...

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     If you are using network card, make sure that the IRQ do not conflict.  ...

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     If you are using an I/O card with a parallel port, make sure that the addresses and IRQ do not conflict.  ...

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      The upgrade of new BIOS will permanently replace your original BIOS content after flashing. The original BIOS setting and Win95/Win98 PnP information will be refreshed and you probably need to re-configure your system.  ...

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     The design of this product follows CPU and chipset vendor's design guideline. Any attempts to push beyond product specification are not recommended and you are taking your own risk to damage your system or important data. Before doing overclocking, you must make sure your components are able to tolerate such abnormal setting, especially CPU, DRAMs, hard disks, and AGP VGA cards.  Note that overclocking may also cause thermal problem.

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