Title – The area at the top of all system setup screens that displays your computer's model number.
Computer data – Two boxes below the title that display the system processor, L2 cache, service tag, and the version number of the system setup
Options – A scrollable box listing options that define the configuration of your computer (including installed hardware, power conservation, and security
Fields to the right of the listed options contain settings or values. The settings and values that you can change are brighter on the screen. All other
settings and values are set by the computer and cannot be changed. When <Enter> appears to the right of an option, press <Enter> to access a pop-
up menu of additional options.
Key functions – A line of boxes across the bottom of all system setup screens that lists keys and their functions within the system setup program.
Help – Press <F1> for information on the option that is selected (highlighted).
Diskette Drive A:
Primary Drive 0:
Primary Drive 1:
Secondary Drive 0:
Secondary Drive 1:
Integrated Devices (Legacy Select
PCI IRQ Assignments
Report Keyboard Errors
Auto Power On
Remote Wake Up
AC Power Recovery
System Event Log
The following table shows CPU Information option information.
Sets the CPU speed. The default is Normal.
Displays the bus speed.
Displays processor ID.
Clock Speed Displays clock speed.
Displays cache size.
The following table shows Integrated Devices (Legacy Select Options) information.
Turns the integrated sound off and on. The default is On.
Turns the mouse port off and on. The default is On.
Turns USB emulation off and on. The default is On.
Turns the USB controller off and on. The default is On.
Serial Port 1
Sets serial port options and turns the port off and on. The default is Auto.
Displays parallel port settings when <Enter> is pressed. The default mode is PS/2 and the I/O address default is 378h.
IDE Drive Interface
Sets the IDE drive interface options. The default is Auto.
Displays the system time.
Displays the system date.
Displays floppy drive details.
Displays primary hard drive 0. The default is Auto.
Displays primary hard drive 1 (if installed). The default is Off.
Displays secondary hard drive 0. The default is Auto.
Displays secondary hard drive device type. The default is Off.
Displays boot sequence when <Enter> is pressed.
Displays amount of system memory.
Displays amount of aperture memory. The default is 128 MB.
Displays CPU information when <Enter> is pressed.
Displays integrated device options when <Enter> is pressed.
Displays PCI IRQ assignments when <Enter> is pressed.
Displays the IRQ reservations when <Enter> is pressed.
Displays system security options when <Enter> is pressed.
Turns the Keyboard NumLock option on and off. The default is On.
Displays keyboard errors when set to Report. The default is Report.
Allows auto power-on. The default is Disabled.
Allows remote Wake on LAN. (Dell does not support Wake on LAN in S3 or S5 Suspend Modes on this Dimension™
system.) The default is Off.
Enables AC power recovery to occur. The default is Last.
Turns the fast boot option on and off. The default is Off.
Displays the suspend state used by the computer. The default is S3.
Displays the system event log when <Enter> is pressed.
Displays asset tag information.