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Mitsubishi Electric TN810 ATX User Manual

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User Guide
TN810 ATX Motherboard
www.trimond.com
166036UG April 1999

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  • Page 1 User Guide TN810 ATX Motherboard www.trimond.com 166036UG April 1999...
  • Page 2: Document History

                                      Document History First release April 99...
  • Page 3 Memory modules and replacement processors are examples of electrostatic sensitive devices (ESSDs). All work that involves contact with the TN810 ATX 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                                      This product complies with the American Safety Standard UL1950.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

                                       Overview Motherboard Features........................
  • Page 6                                   Parallel Port ..........................
  • Page 7                                   PCB ...............................
  • Page 8             TN810 ATX is a Celeron™ processor-based ATX profile motherboard. The design of TN810 ATX is based around the following components. Intel Celeron™ processor in Socket 370 Intel 810 Chipset consisting of :-...
  • Page 9                                       Form factor ATX, 12.0"...
  • Page 10: Build-time

                                        The following items can be configured at build-time and cannot be modified by the user.
  • Page 11                                       SOCKET 370 IC10...
  • Page 12                                       Warning Static electricity can cause permanent damage to electronic components.
  • Page 13                                   Chasis Intrusion Header Lithium Cell (CR2032) PCI to ISA bridge...
  • Page 14: Upgrading The Motherboard

                                           Caution Care must be taken in the purchase of upgrade parts to ensure both compatibility with the...
  • Page 15                                   Do not use excessive force.
  • Page 16: Electronics

                                      Hold the processor by the edges –...
  • Page 17: Core Logic

                                           The FC810 microATX motherboard accepts the following Celeron™...
  • Page 18: Memory

                                      PCI Bus –...
  • Page 19: Bios

    Intel microcode update support and code Power and system management code   The TN810 ATX motherboard contains an integrated graphics controller. However an alternative adapter can be used and fitted to one of the expansion slots. This may be an ISA or PCI product.   The audio system is based around an AC’97 compliant controller.
  • Page 20: Real Time Clock

                                      The following audio connectors are supported.
  • Page 21                                   This is EPP 1.9 and IEE1284 (ECP) compliant and is compatible with a standard (output only) PC parallel port as well as a bi-directional (PS/2 style) parallel port.
  • Page 22                                      The motherboard supports an ACPI-compliant standby switch for use with a soft-switch power supply.
  • Page 23                                     There are three main elements to the optional system management hardware.
  • Page 24: Serial Ports

                                            8-bit ISA card...
  • Page 25                                   IRQ12 PS/2 Mouse IRQ13...
  • Page 26                                   PCI slot 1 PCI slot 2 PCI slot 3...
  • Page 27: Security

                                        BIOS (pronounced “bye-oss”) stands for ‘basic input/output system’.
  • Page 28                                   Minus (-) or F5 Select the previous value for the current field.
  • Page 29                                       Whenever a recoverable (non-terminal) error occurs during POST, the BIOS displays an error message describing the problem (the most usual are described below).
  • Page 30                                   Operating system not found An operating system cannot be located either on a system diskette or on a hard disk.
  • Page 31                                   The BIOS also issues Port 80h codes that can be displayed using a suitable diagnostic card.
  • Page 32: System Management

                                      Warm start shut down Reinitialise the chipset (MB only) Shadow system BIOS ROM...
  • Page 33                                   Display error messages Check for configuration errors Test real- time clock...
  • Page 34                                   Set time of day Check key lock Initialise typematic rate...
  • Page 35                                   Checksum BIOS ROM Go to BIOS Initialise Multi Processor...
  • Page 36                                   The following codes are produced during the BIOS recovery sequence.
  • Page 37: Power Requirements

                                           "   The motherboard power requirements are heavily dependent on system configuration and the...
  • Page 38                                      (Installation guide references A and B) Data clock...
  • Page 39                                   (Installation guide reference D) Port 0 Port 1...
  • Page 40                                   (Installation guide reference F) Analog Video Output (Red) GREEN...
  • Page 41                                   (Installation guide reference G) STB# STB#...
  • Page 42                                   (Installation guide references I and H) Sleeve Left channel...
  • Page 43                                   (Installation guide references 1) Switch input.
  • Page 44                                   (Installation guide reference 3) Power switch.
  • Page 45                                   (Installation guide reference 4) MODE DENSEL#...
  • Page 46                                   (Installation guide reference 23) LEFT Left audio input...

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