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  • Page 1 SP97/SP97-V Pentium Motherboard ® USER’S MANUAL...
  • Page 2 TAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF USE OR DATA, INTERRUPTION OF BUSI- NESS AND THE LIKE), EVEN IF ASUS HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY DEFECT OR ERROR IN THIS MANUAL OR PRODUCT.
  • Page 3: Contact Information

    Technical Support BBS: +1-408-474-0569 Email: tsd-usa@asus.com.tw WWW: www.asus.com ASUS COMPUTER GmbH Marketing Info Address: Harkort Str. 25, 40880 Ratingen, BRD, Germany Telephone: 49-2102-445011 Fax: 49-2102-442066 Email: info-ger@asus.com.tw Technical Support BBS: 49-2102-448690 Email: tsd-ger@asus.com.tw Hotline: 49-2102-499712 ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Item Checklist .................. 7 II. FEATURES ..................8 Features of the ASUS SP97 Motherboard ........8 Introduction to ASUS SP97 Series of Motherboards ....9 The ASUS SP97 Motherboard ............11 III. INSTALLATION ................12 ASUS SP97 Motherboard Layout ............ 12 Installation Steps ................
  • Page 5 ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 SCSI Cards ........ 59 Setting Up the ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 ....... 60 Setting the INT Assignment for the ASUS PCI-SC200 ..... 60 Terminator Requirements for SCSI Devices ......60 Terminator Settings for the ASUS PCI-SC860 ......61 Terminator Settings for the ASUS PCI-SC200 ......
  • Page 6: Federal Communications Commission Statement

    Canadian Department of Communications Statement This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    • Readme files for descriptions and use of the files • Technical Support Form User’s Manual (Audio section included with ASUS I-A16C audio bundle) 1 video ribbon cable with mounting bracket for the 5598 onboard VGA USB, PS/2 mouse, and IR cable with mounting bracket set (optional)
  • Page 8: Features

    II. FEATURES Features of the ASUS SP97 Motherboard The ASUS SP97 motherboard is carefully designed for the demanding PC user who wants many features in a small package, namely: • SiS Chipset: Features either SiS5582 or SiS5598 chipsets. The SiS5598 chipset has a built-in video controller and supports video shared memory from 1MB to 4MB.
  • Page 9: Introduction To Asus Sp97 Series Of Motherboards

    OS, such as the successor to Windows 95, must be used. • PC ’97 Compliant: Both the BIOS and hardware levels of ASUS SP97 series of motherboards meet PC ’97 compliancy. The new PC ’97 requirements for sys- tems and components are based on the following high-level goals: support for...
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  • Page 11: The Asus Sp97 Motherboard

    Shared Slot AT Power Conn. ATX Power Conn. Floppy Connector IDE Connectors 4 SIMM Sockets SiS5582 or 5598 (VGA) Chipset Programmable Flash ROM CPU ZIF Socket 7 512KB/256KB Pipelined Switching Voltage Regulators Burst L2 Cache ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 12: Installation

    CPU Voltage Clock Freq. VID2 VID1 VID0 Freq. Ratio Chassis Fan IDE LED Clock Freq Infrared Switching CPU ZIF Socket 7 Voltage Regulators NOTE: Outlined components are available only on motherboards with onboard VGA. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 13 31 ATX Power Supply Connector (20-pin block) 18) IDELED p. 32 IDE Activity LED (2 pins) 19) VGACON (optional) p. 32 VGA Connector (16-pin block) 20) FEATURE p. 33 Video Feature Connector (28-pin block) ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 14: Installation Steps

    3. Hold components by the edges and try not to touch the IC chips, leads, or circuitry. 4. Place components on a grounded antistatic pad or on the bag that came with the component whenever the components are separated from the system. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 15: Jumper Settings

    Defaults” and reenter any user information after removing and reapplying this jumper. RTC RAM RTCLR Normal Set. [1-2] (Default) Clear CMOS [2-3] (momentarily) RTCLR RTCLR Battery Test Clear CMOS Normal Setting (Default) Real Time Clock (RTC) RAM ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 16: Compatible Cyrix Cpu Identification

    1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 VID2 VID1 VID0 Dual Plane P55C/MX K6-166/200 K6-233 (2.8Volts) (2.9Volts) (3.2Volts) Single Plane P54C/CS/K5 P54C/CS/6x86 (3.4V) (STD) (3.5V) (VRE) CPU Vcore Voltage ID Selection ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 17 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 Complete Names: Intel Pentium P54C, P55C-MMX Sync Sync ASync 50MHz 60MHz 66MHz Sync 75MHz AMD K5, K6 IBM/Cyrix 6x86(M1), 6x86MX(M2) CPU External Clock (BUS) Frequency Selection ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 18 [2-3] [1-2] [2-3] [1-2] [2-3] [1-2] [1-2] *NOTE: Only IBM or Cyrix Rev 2.7 or later is supported on this motherboard (see preceding page). Bootup screen will show 6x86-P166+ with the Cyrix PR166+ installed on this motherboard. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 19 These jumpers allow you to set the VGA interrupt method. The default disables the chipset’s internal interrupt routing. Some video capture cards may require that the interrupt be assigned by the onboard chipset. Interrupt Disabled Interrupt by Chipset (Default) (Video Capture Cards) Onboard VGA Interrupt ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 20: System Memory (Simm)

    (DIMM Sockets must be empty) Total System Memory (Max 256MB) IMPORTANT: For the SiS 5598 chipset with VGA, SIMM Sockets 1&2 must be filled before Sockets 3&4. Sockets 3&4 may be filled before 1&2 for other chipsets. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 21: Simm Installation

    72 Pin DRAM in SIMM Socket Support Clip Mounting Hole Safety Tab (This Side Only) To release the memory module, push both clips outward and rock the module out of the clips ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 22 III. INSTALLATION (This page was left intentionally left blank) ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 23: Central Processing Unit (Cpu)

    IMPORTANT: You must set jumpers for CPU to BUS Frequency Ratio and jumpers for BUS Frequency Selection depending on the processor that you will install. Notch Blank Lock Lever ZIF Socket 7 with Pentium Processor ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 24: Expansion Cards

    Some expansion cards need to use an IRQ to operate. Generally an IRQ must be exclusively assigned to one use. In a standard design there are 16 IRQs available but most of them are already in use, leaving 6 IRQs free for expansion cards. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 25: Assigning Dma Channels For Isa Cards

    ISA cards (under PNP AND PCI SETUP of the BIOS SOFTWARE, choose Yes in IRQ xx Used By ISA and DMA x Used By ISA for those IRQs and DMAs you want to reserve). ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 26: External Connectors

    (Pin 5 is removed to prevent inserting in the wrong orien- tation when using ribbon cables with pin 5 plugged). Pin 1 Orient the red stripe on the floppy ribbon cable to pin 1. Floppy Disk Drive Connector ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 27 & COM2 (using the 25-pin male) to a free expansion slot opening. TIP: You may also remove the bracket connectors and mount them directly to the case to save expansion slot. Onboard Serial Port Connectors ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 28 IDE connector and another ribbon cable on the secondary IDE connector. You may install one operating system on an IDE drive and another on a SCSI drive, and then select the boot disk through the BIOS Features Setup. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 29 This 4-pin connector connects to the case-mounted speaker. Message Power LED & LOCK Keyboard Lock SMI Lead ATX Power Switch* Speaker Connector Reset SW SPKR * Required with an ATX power supply. System Panel Connectors ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 30 Front View Back View FIRRX IRRX IRTX IRTX (NC) IRRX For the infrared feature to be available, you must connect an optional Infrared Infrared Module Connector module to the motherboard. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 31 IMPORTANT: Make sure that the ATX power supply can take at least 10mA load on the 5-volt standby lead (5VSB). You may experience difficulty in pow- ering on your system if your power supply cannot support the load. ATX Power Connector ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 32 Orient the red stripe on the monitor cable with pin 1 Bracket to end approximately 6inch TIP: You may also remove the bracket connectors and mount them directly to the case to save expansion slot space. VGA (Monitor) Connector ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 33 III. INSTALLATION 20. Video Feature Connector (26 pins) (with onboard VGA version only) This connector is used for third-party video accessories such as video capture cards or television tuners. Video Feature Connector ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
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  • Page 35: Power Connection Procedures

    Start button and the system will give three quick beeps after about 30 seconds and power off after Windows shuts down. NOTE: The message, It’s now safe to turn off your computer, will not be shown in Windows 95 when using shut down with ATX power supplies. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 36: Bios Software

    This gives you a backup copy of the original motherboard BIOS in case you need to reinstall it. Create a system disk by typing FORMAT A:/S on the DOS prompt (do not create “AUTOEXEC.BAT” and “CONFIG.SYS”), then save the PFLASH.EXE file and the BIOS to the system disk. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 37: Advanced Feature Menu

    Block and ESCD” require that the system is running in real mode. This utility will not operate if the system is under protected mode or virtual mode. You must boot from a system floppy disk without the “AUTOEXEC.BAT” and “CONFIG.SYS” files. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 38: Managing And Updating Your Motherboard's Bios

    PnP BIOS and therefore cannot be programmed by the Flash Memory Writer utility. 1. Download an updated ASUS BIOS file from the Internet (WWW or FTP) or a BBS (Bulletin Board Service) (see ASUS CONTACT INFORMATION on page 3 for details) and save to the disk you created earlier.
  • Page 39: Bios Setup

    You can also restart by turning the system off and then back on again. Do this only, however, if the first two methods fail. When you run Setup, the CMOS SETUP UTILITY main program screen will ap- pear with the following options: ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 40: Load Defaults

    <F1>. The help menu will then appear to provide you with the information you need. The memory display at the lower right-hand side of the screen is read-only and automatically adjusts accordingly. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 41: Details Of Standard Cmos Setup

    (landing zone), SECTOR (number of sectors) and MODE. The SIZE field auto- matically adjusts according to the configuration you specify. The documentation that came with your hard disk should provide you with the information regarding the drive specifications. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 42 Halt On (All Errors) This field determines which types of errors will cause the system to halt. Choose from either All Errors; No Errors; All, But Keyboard; All, But Diskette; or All, But Disk/Key. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 43: Bios Features Setup

    SCSI. This allows multiple operating systems to be used on both IDE and SCSI drives or the primary operating system to boot using a SCSI hard disk drive. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 44 ROMs on them, you will need to know which addresses the ROMs use to shadow them specifically. Shadowing a ROM reduces the memory available between 640KB and 1024KB by the amount used for this purpose. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 45: Chipset Features Setup

    60ns DRAM modules. If you are using 70ns DRAM modules, you must change this item to 70ns DRAM. See section III for DRAM installation information. DRAM Leadoff Time (Leave on default setting of 5T) ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 46 When enabled, this field allows you to connect your floppy disk drives to the on- board floppy drive connector instead of a separate controller card. If you want to use a different controller card, set this field to Disabled. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 47 Because each IDE device may have a different mode timing (0, 1, 2, 3, 4), it is necessary for these to be independent. PIO and DMA settings can be independently set. The de- fault setting of Auto will allow autodetection to ensure optimal performance. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 48: Power Management Setup

    Video Off Option (Susp,Stby -> Off ) This field determines when to activate the video off feature for monitor power management. The settings are All Modes -> Off; Always On; Suspend -> Off; and Susp,Stby -> Off . ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 49 You can individually Enable or Disable each IRQ to include in the sleep function. IRQ8 (RTC Alarm) is usually set to Disable so that any software alarm clock or event calendar can wake up the system. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 50: Pnp And Pci Setup

    NA, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, or 15 for each slot. PCI Latency Timer (32 PCI Clock) The default setting of 32 PCI Clock enables maximum PCI performance for this motherboard. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 51 IRQs for these devices are, by default, automatically assigned by the BIOS. You may manually select the settings: 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, and 15. If you are not using any USB devices, you may set this field to N/A. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 52: Load Bios Defaults

    <Enter>. The system displays a confirmation message on the screen. Press <Y> and then <Enter> to confirm. Press <N> and then<Enter> to abort. This feature does not affect the fields on the Standard CMOS Setup screen. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 53: Supervisor Password And User Password

    <Enter> instead of entering a new password when the “Enter Password” prompt appears. A message confirms the password has been disabled. NOTE: If you forget the password, see CMOS RAM in section III for procedures on clearing the CMOS. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 54: Ide Hdd Auto Detection

    The autodetection feature can only detect one set of parameters for a particular IDE hard disk. Some IDE drives can use more than one set. This is not a problem if the drive is new and there is nothing on it. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 55: Save And Exit Setup

    Select this option to exit the Setup utility without saving the modifications you specify during the current session. To exit without saving, highlight “Exit Without Saving” on the main screen, type “Y”, and then press <Enter>. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 56: Support Software

    HIMEM.SYS (required by windows) must not be installed. You can boot up from a system diskette without AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files, “REM” HIMEM.SYS in the CONFIG.SYS, or press <F5> during bootup to bypass your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 57: Using The Asus Dmi Configuration Utility

    BIOS. A heading, , will appear on the right for menu items that has *** User Modified *** been modified by the user. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 58 You can load the BIOS defaults from a MIFD file and can clear all user modified and added data. You must reboot your computer in order for the defaults to be saved back into the Flash BIOS. ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 59: Asus Pci Scsi Cards

    VI. ASUS PCI SCSI Cards Symbios SCSI BIOS and Drivers NOTE: The ASUS PCI-SC860 is not supported on the SP97 at this time. Aside from the system BIOS, the Flash memory chip on the motherboard also con- tains the Symbios SCSI BIOS. This Symbios SCSI BIOS works in conjunction with...
  • Page 60: Setting Up The Asus Pci-Sc200 & Pci-Sc860

    VI. ASUS PCI SCSI Cards Setting Up the ASUS PCI-SC200 & PCI-SC860 There are two jumper settings you may need to make on the ASUS PCI-SC200 to set it up. One setting assigns the PCI INT interrupt, the other sets the card’s termination.
  • Page 61: Terminator Settings For The Asus Pci-Sc860

    Not Terminated Terminator Setting (Terminated / Not Terminated) Decide whether or not you need to terminate the ASUS PCI-SC200 based on its position in the SCSI chain. Only the devices at each end of the chain need to be terminated. If you have only internal or only external devices connected to the ASUS PCI-SC200, then you must terminate the ASUS PCI-SC200.
  • Page 62: Scsi Id Numbers For Scsi Devices

    SCSI identification number that is not in use by any other SCSI device. There are eight possible ID numbers, 0 through 7. The ASUS PCI-SC200 and ASUS PCI-SC860 cards have fixed SCSI IDs of 7. The SCSI ID serves two purposes: •...
  • Page 63: Asus I-A16C Audio Card

    Unpacking and Handling Precautions WARNING! Keep the ASUS I-A16C stored in its anti-static bag until you are ready to install it in your system. The ASUS I-A16C is easily damaged by static electricity. Observe the following precautions while unpacking and handling the board: •...
  • Page 64: Layout And Connectors

    PC Speaker In PC Speaker Out Volume Control Pin Definition Pin Definition Pin Definition Mono Signal Right Signal Ground Ground Ground Volume Up ---- Left Signal Ground ---- Ground Volume Down ---- ---- Ground ASUS SP97 / SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 65: Video Software Manual (With Onboard 5598 Vga Only)

    SP97-V Pentium Motherboard ® VIDEO SOFTWARE USER’S MANUAL...
  • Page 66 7.0 Driver & OS/2 Version Notes ............93 7.1 Driver Files ................. 93 7.2 Installation .................. 93 8. Double Bytes OS/2 Warp ..............94 8.0 Driver & OS/2 Version Notes ............94 8.1 Driver Files ................. 94 8.2 Installation .................. 95 ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 67: Viii. Dos Utility

    2. The Main Menu would appear and direct you to configure SiS 5597/5598. 3. When you complete configuration, you may save your preferences to “AUTOEXEC.BAT file and use it as your power-on (or hardware reset) default environment. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 68: What The Parameters Stand For

    For example : Set Suspend Timer be 5 minutes. >SVGAUTL /PB:5 <Enter> Note: 1. Suspend Time would be “ta + tb”. (i.e. standby time + suspend time) 2. The timers will not be very accurate and would just be around the time. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 69: A1. Video Modes

    9x16 320x200 40x25 A000 640x200 80x25 A000 640x350 80x25 B000 8x14 640x350 80x25 A000 8x14 640x480 80x30 A000 8x16 640x480 80x30 A000 8x16 320x200 40x25 A000 NOTE: 1. A/N: Alpha/Numeric 2. APA: All Point Addressable (Graphics) ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 70 25.1 M 640x350 31.5 K 25.1 M 640x350 31.5 K 25.1 M 640x480 31.5 K 25.1 M 640x480 31.5 K 25.1 M 320x200 31.5 K 25.1 M NOTE: i - interlaced mode n - noninterlaced mode ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 71 16.8M 100x37 A000 8x16 1024x768 128x48 A000 8x16 1024x768 128x48 A000 8x16 1024x768 16.8M 128x48 A000 8x16 1280x1024 160x64 A000 8x16 1280x1024 64K 160x64 A000 8x16 NOTE: 1. A/N: Alpha/Numeric 2. APA: All Point Addressable (Graphics) ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 72 640x480 31.5 K 25.1 M 640x480 37.9 K 31.5 M 640x480 37.5 K 31.5 M 43++ 640x480 43.4 K 36.0 M 640x480 31.5 K 25.1 M 640x480 37.9 K 31.5 M 640x480 37.5 K 31.5 M ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 73 NOTE: i - interlaced mode n - noninterlaced mode * For the limitation of memory bandwidth in 1MB DRAM configuration, the following video modes is not supported in 1MB configuration: modes 45*, 45+, 46+, 46#, 47+, and 47#. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 74: Ix. Software Drivers

    3D Studio Ver. 3.0 • AutoCAD/386 Release 11, 12 • Auto Shade/386 Ver. 2.0 • MicroSoft Windows 3.1 • MicroSoft Windows NT Ver. 3.1, 3.5, 3.51, 4.0 • MicroSoft Windows 95 • OS/2 Presentation Manager 2.1 & 3.0 ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 75: Windows 3.1

    1.0 Version Notes The following description apply to “SiS 5597/5598 Driver Release V1.03” and maybe later release version but not guaranteed. 1.1 Driver Files 1. The enclosed SiS 5597/5598 Windows 3.1 driver contains SETUP.EXE and other installation-related files. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 76 3. After completing your selections, choose “OK” to make all your selections effective. 4. Choose “Restart Winodws” to re-boot Windows using new settings. Or, choose “Continue” to continue your current Windows processes. (But when you re-boot Windows, the new settings would take effect.) ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 77 3. After completing the selections, choose “OK” to make all your selections effective. 4. After complete setup, you may use your own defined hot key to zoom-in or zoom-out screen. 1.2.5 Notes 1. The power saver’s timer settings would be effective even exit Windows back to DOS. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 78: Video Operations

    To use the SiS MMPlayer, you just follow the procedures below: 1. In “SiS Multimedia Vx.xx” program group, choose “SiS MMPlayer” icon and SiS MMPlayer VCP-like icon would appear. 2. Enjoy the SW MPEG playback as you like. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 79: Mmplay.exe Button Description

    Open File & Type Control Minimize This Application Eject CD Title (Not implemented yet.) Fast Backward Fast Forward Mark in Mark out Pause Play Stop Begin : Volume increase (Not implemented yet.) : Volume decrease (Not implemented yet.) ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
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  • Page 81: Windows 95

    12. Windows 95 would go back to “Display Properties” Screen, select “Close” or “Apply” item. 13. In “System Settings Change” Screen, select “Yes” item to restart your computer. 14. After restarting, Windows 95 will run on 640x480x256 color, 60NI. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 82: Using "Display Modes

    1. “SiS 5597/5598 Settings” Screen appears again, 2. Select “Yes” and you may work on your selected mode now. b). You changed “color” and/or “font size”. 1. System will reboot. 2. You may work on your selected mode now. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 83 (3) Center Screen: An utility to adjust the position of display on the screen. 6. “SiS Multimedia V x.xx” program group has been created, select “Restart Now”. 2.4.2 Operation 1. For Video Operations (“SiS MMPlayer”), please refer to section 1.3. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 84 If the display test screen was bad then select “No”. Win- dows NT will give you an error message. 6. If the display test screen was good and you select “Yes”, Windows NT 3.51 will prompt you to restart Windows NT 3.51. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 85: Windows Nt

    “No”. Windows NT 4.0 will give you an error message. 7. Click “OK”. If the display test screen was good and you select “Yes”, Windows NT 4.0 will change the mode without restarting Windows NT 4.0. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 86: Autodesk Adi 4.2 -Protected Mode

    & copy all related driver files to where you assign. 4. After “unpack and copy” completed, exit the INSTDRV.EXE program. 5. Refer to Sec. 5.1 to Sec. 5.4 for the real installation procedures for each program. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 87: Autocad R11 Setup

    5. In “Select Display Device:” item, choose “ADI P386 V4.0/4.1 display” 6. In “Select Display Resolution” screen, choose which display driver you want to use. 7. Go through the whole instrutions, and the system would start with the desired display setting. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 88: Autocad R1.2 Setup

    7. In “Available Video Displays:” item, choose the “SiS Super VGA ADI v4.2 Display and Rendering driver” item. 8. In “Select Display Resolution” screen, choose which display driver you want to use. 9. Go through the whole instructions, and the system would start with the selected display setting. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 89: Autoshade R2.0 Setup

    5. While prompting “Select display device:”, choose “P386 AutoDesk Device In- terface display driver.” 6. While prompting “Select rendering display driver:”, choose “P386 AutoDesk Device Interface rendering driver.” 7. Go through all the instructions, the system would start with the desired display setting. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 90: D Studio Version 3.0 Setup

    (b) In selection menu, move cursor to “RCPADI”. Press <Enter> to select. In “Render-Display” item, (a) Press <Enter> The selection menu will appear. (b) In selection menu, move cursor to “RCPADI” or “RDPADI”. Press <Enter> to select. Complete the other selections and exit configuration. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 91 13. Once completing the detail configuration, you may enter 3D Studio in the same configuration simply by type \3DS3\3DS <Enter> next time. 14. If you want to change your video configuration, just follow the procedures men- tioned before to re-configure. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 92: Os/2 V2.1

    4. Choose which one you would like to use and click “OK”. 5. Then installation program would complete all installation process and create a “SiS Setup” for future change mode usage. 6. Shutdown and re-boot OS/2 to make your selection effectively. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 93: Os/2 V3.0 (Warp)

    4. Choose which one you would like to use and click “OK”. 5. Then installation program would complete all installation process and create a “SiS Setup” for future change mode usage. 6. Shutdown and re-boot OS/2 to make your selection effectively. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 94: Double Bytes Os/2 Warp

    8.1 Driver Files The enclosed SiS 5597/5598 Double Byte OS/2 3.0 driver contains the following files: SETUP.CMD SiS driver install program SVGA.EXE SiS PMI Generator S768256.DL@ SiS IBMDEV32.DLL Display Driver OTHERS other files required during installation ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
  • Page 95 6. Select the desired resolution (and color) and frame rate on this screen, then click “OK” to complete installation and “SiS Setup” icon would be created for future change modes and frame rate usage. 7. After completing installation, shutdown and re-boot OS/2 to make your selection effectively. ASUS SP97-V User’s Manual...
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