Computer Setup (F10) Utility menu descriptions (continued)
Chapter 4 System management
Enables you to configure the boot, diskette drive, and hard disk drive orders by physically
reordering the menu entries. The following is the default boot order presented in the menu:
Embedded Ethernet controller
Embedded Ethernet controller (ASF) Second embedded LAN. (Not available in some
as a bootable device.
MS-DOS drive lettering assignments might not apply after an operating system other than MS-
DOS has started.
Boot devices can be disabled in the boot order process. These order changes are stored in the
physical ROM when the F10 Setup changes are confirmed with File>Save Changes and Exit.
You can temporarily override the boot order. To start one time from a device other than the default
device specified in Boot Order, restart the computer and press
message appears on the screen. After POST completes, a list of bootable devices is displayed.
Use the arrow keys to select the preferred bootable device and press
starts from the selected nondefault device for this one time.
Setup Password Enables you to set and enable a setup password for the administrator.
If you create a setup password, you must use it to change computer setup options, to flash the
ROM, and to make changes to certain Plug and Play settings under Windows.
Enables you to set and enable the power-on password.
This option becomes available when you create a setup and/or power-on password. It provides
Lock Legacy Resources—Prevents the operating system from changing resources to serial,
parallel, or diskette controller.
Network Server Mode—Enables network server mode.
Password Prompt on Warm Boot—Enables a password prompt on a warm boot.
Setup Browse Mode—Enables read-only functionality for password info.
Enables you to enable and disable the cover removal sensor, or to notify you if the sensor is
to drag a device to a preferred place. Press
to remove the device from consideration
when the F9=Boot Menu
The computer then