S y s t e m B I O S a n d S e t u p
Plug and Play
Time Till (auto) Power Saving
Hard disk Power Saving
Standby Switch Monitor Control
MS660 OWNER'S HANDBOOK
Enabling the Plug and Play adapter configuration will auto-configure
any Plug and Play cards but any ISA adapters which do not support
Plug and Play will require the system resources to be registered.
There is a separate option for each resource; memory, I/O ports,
DMA and interrupts. Some areas not shown are system allocated.
Each resource can be set to either Plug and Play or ISA Legacy. If
shown as Plug and Play, it is assumed by the system not to be in use
by any ISA card or device and therefore will be made available for
the PCI auto-configure process.
Although many ISA cards are very simple to configure, the resources
they use, if any, must be registered in the BIOS. See the chapter
entitled 'Expansion' for more information about the resources used
by expansion cards.
Any errors reported during the POST routine will be logged in the
Error log. It will contain the last three errors detected and can be
The Power Management is ON as default to enable the system to
comply with the Energy Star program. But it may be disabled, or
overridden by the Power Manager Software in Windows95 when
that is installed. See the chapter 'Multimedia applications' for further
details on power management. A simple menu is available:
The monitor supplied with your computer is designed to work with these
energy-saving features. If you want to use another monitor, make sure
that it supports DPMS. If not, it may be permanently damaged.
'On' or 'Off'
'Disable', or range of times (in minutes)
'Disable', 'Enable' (timing fixed at 20mins)
'Disable', 'Enable' (see warning below)