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MOTHERBOARD DIVISION
User Guide
PH440 NLX Motherboard
www.mitsubishi-motherboard.com
124577UG September 1998

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  • Page 1 MOTHERBOARD DIVISION User Guide PH440 NLX Motherboard www.mitsubishi-motherboard.com 124577UG September 1998...
  • Page 2: Document History

    Information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Mitsubishi Electric Motherboard Division. No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying and recording, for any purpose, without the express written permission of the publishers.
  • Page 3 Memory modules and replacement processors are examples of electrostatic sensitive devices (ESSDs). All work that involves contact with the PH440 NLX Motherboard should be done in an area completely free of static electricity. We recommend using a Special Handling Area (SHA) as defined by EN 100015-1: 1992.
  • Page 4 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Important You are cautioned that any change or modification to the product not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the approvals held by this product. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 4 OF 51...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    DIMM ............................20 BIOS ............................20 Configuration RAM ......................... 20 Video ............................. 21 VGA Controller........................21 AGP............................22 Audio ............................. 23 ESS Solo 1 ..........................23 Real Time Clock ..........................23 Standard I/O........................... 24 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 5 OF 51...
  • Page 6 Control keys ..........................29 Getting help in BIOS Setup...................... 30 Reserving ISA legacy resources....................30 Multi-boot facility.......................... 30 Power-on self-test .......................... 31 Recoverable POST errors......................31 Terminal POST errors and beep codes..................32 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 6 OF 51...
  • Page 7 P H 4 4 0 N L X M o t h e r b o a r d U s e r G u i d e S e p t e m b e r 1 9 9 8 Electrical Power Requirements ........................39 PCB..............................39 Connector Assignments MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 7 OF 51...
  • Page 8: Overview

    The PIIX4e provides the PCI to ISA bus bridge and contains the system’s RTC, the IDE interfaces, the DMA and Interrupt Controllers. The PIIX4e also provides ACPI support, an SMbus controller and all the general purpose I/O ports used on the PH440 NLX motherboard. The PIIX4e device is packaged in a 324 pin BGA.
  • Page 9: Motherboard Features

    Hardware monitoring (Voltage, temperature and fan monitor) via Heceta II Management device. Plug & Play PC97 and PC98 compliant Battery back- On-board lithium coin cell with 5 years typical life. 4-layer NLX form-factor. All components on top side MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 9 OF 51...
  • Page 10: Configuration Options

    Heceta II system monitor. +5V supply to VGA connector pin 9. Dual rear USB or single rear and riser. Contact Mitsubishi Electric Motherboard Division to determine available configurations. User Configurable The user can configure the following items. Processor (Intel boxed products)
  • Page 11: Block Diagram

    MEMORY SGRAMX2 XBUS BUFFER SMSC 37C67X SUPER I/O MEMORY UPGRADE 100 PQFP SODIMM 144 BIOS ROM TSSOP40 LINE LINE SERIAL SERIAL PARALLEL KEYBOARD OUTPUT COM2 COM1 PORT & MOUSE REAR PANEL CONNECTORS MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 11 OF 51...
  • Page 12: Installation Guide

    Video enable jumper Motherboard audio enable BIOS write protect Configuration memory clear Motherboard speaker enable Line input Microphone input Line output Serial port 2 Keyboard Mouse Serial port 1 VGA monitor Parallel port MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 12 OF 51...
  • Page 13 (Ensure AC is disconnected from the power supply before moving this jumper) Normal operation Clear CMOS (jumper must be returned to normal position before power-on) Enable Motherboard Speaker – J9 Enabled Disabled MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 13 OF 51...
  • Page 14: Upgrading The Motherboard

    Correctly fitted the DIMMs in their slots. Installed DIMMs of the correct type. It may be necessary to refit the original memory to check if there is a problem with your new modules. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 14 OF 51...
  • Page 15: Fitting A Dimm

    Remove any expansion cards that impede access to the video memory upgrade socket (see the motherboard diagram at the start of this chapter). Unpack the upgrade kit. Hold the SODIMM chip by its edges and be careful not to touch the metal pins. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 15 OF 51...
  • Page 16: The Processor Assembly

    Then lift the processor body (2) out of the socket. Caution Handle the processor with care, by the body only. Avoid touching the connector at the bottom. Store in an antistatic container. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 16 OF 51...
  • Page 17: To Fit A New Processor

    Warning The processor requires continuous airflow. Return to their original position any expansion cards that had been removed earlier, then refit and secure the system cover. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 17 OF 51...
  • Page 18: Replacing The Battery For The Configuration Cmos

    Dispose of the old battery in accordance with the battery manufacturer’s instructions. When you next turn on the computer you will have to run the BIOS Setup utility to enter the hardware configuration. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 18 OF 51...
  • Page 19: Electronics

    P H 4 4 0 N L X M o t h e r b o a r d U s e r G u i d e S e p t e m b e r 1 9 9 8 ELECTRONICS PROCESSOR ® The PH440 NLX motherboard accepts the following Pentium II processors operating at a bus speed of 100MHz. Processor Speed Core/bus ratio...
  • Page 20: Concurrency

    Setup-in-ROM ® Intel Pentium II microcode update support and code Power and system management code Configuration RAM There is no support for configuration RAM other than the CMOS RAM within the RTC. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 20 OF 51...
  • Page 21: Video

    The amount of video memory fitted to the motherboard is automatically detected by the BIOS. Video memory upgrade modules do not require an SPD ROM. 2MB builds are based on 8Mb devices. 4MB builds use 16Mb devices. 4MB modules must be based on 16Mb devices. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 21 OF 51...
  • Page 22: Agp

    - reducing the need for a large frame buffer. These are the primary display modes. Others are available. Front and back buffers. Main memory can be used for additional texture storage via AGP. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 22 OF 51...
  • Page 23: Audio

    3V lithium cell provides data retention for up to 5 years of normal use. Note that the battery is used only when AC power is not applied to the system (or a standby 5V rail is not provided). MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 23 OF 51...
  • Page 24: Standard I/o

    There is chassis intrusion detection available on motherboards with the Heceta II fitted. This is capable of detecting an intrusion even when AC is disconnected (the logic is powered from the 3V lithium cell). MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 24 OF 51...
  • Page 25: Motherboard Power

    (pin B159). If this signal is asserted (low) then the system is in a power-managed state. The implementation of coloured LEDs to indicate system power states is dependent on the NLX riser used. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 25 OF 51...
  • Page 26: System Management

    The NLX system fan is controlled by the motherboard such that it stops rotating when the system is in ‘Suspend’ mode. As a build option, the PH440 NLX motherboard supports variable fan speed control in which the speed of the fan is raised as the temperature of the processor increases.
  • Page 27: Bus Resource Utilisation

    IRQ14 Primary hard disk If drive connected IRQ15 Secondary hard disk The last column indicates which ISA interrupts PCI devices can be routed to. PCI Interrupts Channel Device INTA# Slots INTB# Slots MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 27 OF 51...
  • Page 28: Pci Device Selection (motherboard Devices)

    The AGP video controller does not consume any PCI bandwidth and competes for memory resource independently. PCI to PCI bridges translate address lines from AD16. The host bridge translates address lines from AD11. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 28 OF 51...
  • Page 29: Bios Setup & Post

    Select fields on the current menu. Plus (+) or F6 or Spacebar Select the next value for the current field. Minus (-) or F5 Select the previous value for the current field. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 29 OF 51...
  • Page 30: Getting Help In Bios Setup

    CD-ROM, without having to enter the BIOS setup. Simply use the up and down arrows to make a selection. This change will not be permanent and the system boot will revert to the normal BIOS setting the next time you switch on your system. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 30 OF 51...
  • Page 31: Power-on Self-test

    (ribbon) cable is connected. Incorrect drive A type - run SETUP The diskette drive is not correctly specified in BIOS Setup. Invalid NVRAM media type Problem with NVRAM (non-volatile random-access memory). MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 31 OF 51...
  • Page 32: Terminal Post Errors And Beep Codes

    RAM failure on data bits of high byte of memory bus. 2-1-2-3 Check ROM copyright notice 2-2-3-1 Test for unexpected interrupts Video configuration failure, or option ROM checksum failure. (One long, two short beeps.) MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 32 OF 51...
  • Page 33 Enable cache before system BIOS shadow RAM failure on data bits of high byte of memory bus Test CPU bus- clock frequency Initialise Phoenix Dispatch Manager Test CMOS RAM Initialise alternate chipset registers. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 33 OF 51...
  • Page 34 Initialise Multi Processor APIC Enable external and CPU caches Setup System Management Mode (SMM) area Display external L2 cache size Customise defaults Display shadow- area message Display possible high address for UMB recovery MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 34 OF 51...
  • Page 35 Search for option ROMs. One long two short beeps on checksum failure Check for SMART Drive Shadow option ROMs Set up Power Management Security init Enable hardware interrupts Determine number of ATA and SCSI drives MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 35 OF 51...
  • Page 36 Dock init late Force recovery check Extended checksum check of bios Unknown\unexpected interrupt Initialise the chipset Initialise the bridge Initialise the CPU Initialise system timer Initialise system I/ O Check force recovery boot MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 36 OF 51...
  • Page 37 Initialise Memory size Shadow Boot Block System memory test Initialise interrupt vectors Initialise Run Time Clock Initialise video Initialise beeper Initialise boot Clear Huge segment Boot to Mini DOS Boot to Full DOS MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 37 OF 51...
  • Page 38 Access denied on file read Invalid handle Undefined file read error File close failure Chip ID failure Sector erase failure Sector protect failure Sector program failure Sector verify error Video not found Incorrect parameters MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 38 OF 51...
  • Page 39: Electrical

    The PCB is a four-layer design measuring W9.0” x L11.2”. It is NLX compatible. The inner power planes are arranged so that the ground plane is nearest the top component layer. The PCB has a UL flammability rating of 94V-0. MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 39 OF 51...
  • Page 40: Connector Assignments

    (Installation guide references E and H) 10101 Signal Direction Description Data Carrier Detect Receive Data Transmit Data Data Terminal Ready Signal ground Data Set Ready Request to Send Clear to Send Ring Indicate MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 40 OF 51...
  • Page 41 STB# STB# DATA0 DATA0 DATA1 DATA1 DATA2 DATA2 DATA3 DATA3 DATA4 DATA4 DATA5 DATA5 DATA6 DATA6 DATA7 DATA7 ACK# ACK# BUSY BUSY SLCT SLCT AFD# AFD# ERR# ERR# INIT# INIT# SLIN# SLIN# MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 41 OF 51...
  • Page 42 DATA- Differential Serial Data - DATA+ Differential Serial Data + Signal ground Line Input and Output (3.5mm stereo jack) (Installation guide references A and C) Signal Sleeve Left channel Ring Right channel MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 42 OF 51...
  • Page 43 Right audio input MIDI/Joystick (16 way dual row header) (Installation guide reference 8) Signal Signal +5V Power +5V Power JAB1 JBB1 JACX JBCX MIDI OUT JBCY JACY JBB2 JAB2 MIDI IN +5V Power MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 43 OF 51...
  • Page 44 PIXEL DATA7 Digital GND DCLK Digital GND SAD0 VFSENSE# SAD1 C CLOCK SAD2 Digital GND +5V Power SAD3 RESET# SAD7 SAD6 SAD5 C DATA Audio GND +12V Power Audio Right Audio Left MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 44 OF 51...
  • Page 45 PCI_AD17 RISER (series) 3.3V PCI_IRDY# PCI_CBE2# PCI_DEVSEL# PCI_FRAME# 3.3V PCI_TRDY# PCI_STOP# PCI_PERR# PCI_SDONE PCI_SERR# PCI_LOCK# PCI_SB0# PCI_CBE1# 3.3V PCI_AD13 RISER (series) PCI_AD15 RISER (series) PCI_AD10 RISER (series) PCI_PAR PCI_AD14 RISER (series) PCI_CBE0# MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 45 OF 51...
  • Page 46 RISER (series) 3.3V PCI_AD9 RISER (series) PCI_AD5 RISER (series) 3.3V PCI_AD1 RISER (series) PCI_AD8 RISER (series) PCI_AD3 RISER (series) PCI_AD7 RISER (series) PCI_AD4 RISER (series) PCI_AD2 RISER (series) PCI_PME# MB 10k 3V3SBY MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 46 OF 51...
  • Page 47 MB 10k +5V ISA_LA18 MB 10k +5V ISA_IRQ14 MB 10k +5V ISA_LA17 MB 10k +5V ISA_DRQ0 MB 5k6 GND ISA_DACK0# ISA_MEMR# MB 10k +5V ISA_DACK5# ISA_MEMW# MB 10k +5V ISA_SD8 MB 10k +5V MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 47 OF 51...
  • Page 48 MB 10k +5V ISA_SD12 MB 10k +5V ISA_DRQ7 MB 5k6 GND ISA_DACK7# ISA_SD13 MB 10k +5V A100 ISA_SD14 MB 10k +5V B100 ISA_SD15 MB 10k +5V A101 ISA_MASTER# MB 330R +5V B101 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 48 OF 51...
  • Page 49 MB series 33R B137 NC (SDASP#) A138 NC (DRV2#) B138 A139 B139 FD_DRATE0 A140 B140 FD_DSEL1# A141 FD_DENSEL B141 FD_DSEL0# A142 FD_MOT0# B142 FD_DIR# A143 FD_INDEX# B143 NC (MSEN1) A144 FD_MOT1# MB 10k B144 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 49 OF 51...
  • Page 50 NLX Riser Connector (Gold fingers) IDE and Floppy Disk Interfaces (Installation guide reference 9) Signal Terminator Signal Terminator A145 B145 FD_WDATA# A146 FD_WGATE# B146 FD_TRK0# A147 FD_STEP# B147 NC (MSEN0) A148 FD_WPRT# B148 FD_RDATA# A149 FD_HDSEL# B149 FD_DCHG# MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 50 OF 51...
  • Page 51 +3V3 (SENSE) B170 CD IN LEFT CD IN RIGHT AUDIO GND AGND MIC IN AUDIO 5V HEADPHONE OUT LEFT HEADPHONE OUT RIGHT HEADPHONE SWITCH MICROPHONE SWITCH VOL_DN# VOL_UP# AGND MODEM MIC MODEM SPEAKER MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MOTHERBOARD DIVISION PAGE 51 OF 51...

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