Advanced

The Advanced screen allows the user to configure the various advanced BIOS options. IMPORTANT:Making incorrect settings to items on these pages may cause the system to malfunction. Unless you have experience adjusting these items, we recommend that you leave these settings at the default values. If making settings to items on these pages causes your system to malfunction or prevents the system from booting, open BIOS and choose Load Optimal Defaults in the Exit menu to boot up normally.

InsydeH20 Setup Utility

Rev 3.51

Information Main

  • Boot Configuration
  • Peripheral Configuration ►IDE Configuration ►Video Configuration ►USB Configuration ►Chipset Configuration ►ACPI Table/Features Control Express Card ►PCI Express Root Port 1 ►PCI Express Root Port 2 ►PCI Express Root Port 3 ►PCI Express Root Port 4 ►PCI Express Root Port 5 ►PCI Express Root Port 6 ►ASF Configuration

Security Power Boot Exit

[Disabled]

Help Exit n

Select Item Select Menu

Select Item Select Menu

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Rev 3.51

Setup Default Save and Exit

Change Values r Select^Submenu

Setup Default Save and Exit

The table below describes the parameters in this screen. parameter settings.

Settings in boldface are the default and suggested

Parameter

Description

Configuration

Enter the Boot Configuration menu.

• Numlock

Peripheral Configuration

Enter the Peripheral Configuration menu.

  • Serial Port A
  • Infrared Port
  • Azalia

• Lan

IDE Configuration

Enter the IDE Configuration menu.

  • IDE Controller
  • HDC Configure as
  • AHCI Option ROM Support
  • SATA Port 0, 1, 4, and 5 Hotplug
  • Channel 1 to 4 Master
  • Channel 1 to 4 Slave

Parameter

Description

Submenu Items

Video

Enter the Video Configuration menu.

• Render Standby

Configuration

• IGD - Device2, Functionl

• IGD - Pre-allocat Memory

• IGD - DVMT Size

• Clock Chip Initialize

• Enabled CK SSC

• IGD - Boot Type

• IGD - LCD Panel Type

• IGD - TV

• IGD - PAVP Mode

USB

Enter the USB Configuration menu.

• USB Legacy

Configuration

• EHCI 1 and 2

• UCHI 1 to 5

• Per-Port Control

• Usb Port 0 to 11

Chipset

Enter the Chipset Configuration menu.

• Port 80h Cycles

Configuration

• DMI Link ASPM

• PCI Latency Timer

• VT-d

• iTPM

ACPI Tables/

Enter the ACPI Tables/ Features Control menu.

• FACP - C2 Latency Value

Features Control

• FACP - C3 Latency Value

• FACP - RTC S4 Wakeup

• APIC - IO APIC Mode

• HPET - HPET Support

• Base Address select

Express Card

Enable or disable Express Card functionality.

Option: Enabled or

Disabled.

PCI Express Root

Enter the PCI Express Root Port 1 menu.

• PCI Express Root Port 1

Port 1

NOTE: Disabling Root Port 1 also disables ports 2 to 6.

• VC1 Cable

• ASPM

• Automatic ASPM

• ASPM L0s

• ASPM L1

• URR

• FER

• NFER

• CER

• CTO

• SEFE

• SENFE

• SECE

• PME Interrupt

• PME SCI

• Hotplug SCI

Parameter

Description

Submenu Items

PCI Express Root

Enter the PCI Express Root Port 2 to 6 menus.

• PCI Express Root Port n

Port n

NOTE: n = port number 2 to 6.

• VC1 Cable

• ASPM

• Automatic ASPM

• URR

• FER

• NFER

• CER

• CTO

• SEFE

• SENFE

• SECE

• PME Interrupt

• PME SCI

• Hotplug SCI

ASF Configuration

Enter the ASF Configuration menu.

  • Mini Watchdog Timeout
  • BIOS Boot Timeout
  • OS Boot Timeout
  • Power-on wait time
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