Universal Remote Control Computer Hardware M 855 User Manual

M-855  
Industrial  
Motherboard  
User’s Manual  
Recycled Paper  
60070024IHA00  
 
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Manual Rev. 1.00: August 16, 2004  
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Table of Contents  
Chapter 1 Introduction.................................................................................1  
1.1  
1.2  
1.3  
1.4  
Unpacking Checklist.................................................................2  
Features .....................................................................................3  
System Block Diagram.............................................................5  
Specifications.............................................................................6  
Chapter 2 Installation ..................................................................................9  
2.1  
2.2  
2.3  
2.4  
System Installation....................................................................9  
Board Layout ...........................................................................13  
Jumper Settings ......................................................................14  
Connector Descriptions..........................................................16  
Chapter 3 Award BIOS Setup.................................................................33  
3.1  
3.2  
3.3  
3.4  
3.5  
3.6  
3.7  
3.8  
BIOS Instructions...................................................................33  
Main Menu ...............................................................................33  
Standard CMOS Features .....................................................35  
IDE Adapters ...........................................................................37  
Advanced BIOS Features......................................................39  
Advanced Chipset Features..................................................42  
Integrated Peripherals............................................................45  
Power Management Setup....................................................49  
PnP/PCI Configurations .........................................................52  
PC Health Status.....................................................................53  
Frequency/Voltage Control....................................................54  
Load Fail-Safe Defaults..........................................................54  
Load Optimized Defaults........................................................55  
Supervisor/User Password Setting.......................................55  
Exiting BIOS Setup .................................................................56  
3.9  
3.10  
3.11  
3.12  
3.13  
3.14  
3.15  
Warranty Policy .............................................................................................57  
Table of Contents i  
 
 
1
Introduction  
The M-855 series combines the high performance and exceptional value of the Intel®  
855GME chipset with a full-featured, next generation, industrial board. The Intel®  
855GME advanced chipset supports socket 478-pins Intel® Pentium® M processors  
ranging from 1.30GHz to 1.80GHz, and up to 2GB DDR SDRAM memory on its  
400/533MHz FSB. It includes an integrated LVDS and VGA, an onboard Intel® 82541  
Gigabit Ethernet controller (supporting 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet), audio  
line-out, four COM ports, two internal USB2.0 ports, 2 SATA ports, and a  
CompactFlash™ type II connector. M-855 uses include ATM, CTI, KIOSK, POS, and  
other high-end applications.  
The 82801DB I/O Controller Hub (ICH4) employs the Intel® Accelerated Hub  
Architecture to make a direct connection from the graphics chip and memory to the  
integrated Ethernet controller, IDE controllers (ATA/33, ATA/66, or ATA/100), and six  
USB ports.  
The M-855 industrial board supports Windows® 98/NT/2000/XP and Linux® operation  
system.  
Introduction 1  
 
1.1 Unpacking Checklist  
1. Take out the M-855 series unit from the carton box, check if the unit is properly  
secure in its plastic bag.  
2. Check the contents of the carton box:  
¡ Industrial Board  
¡ Installation Guide  
¡ Floppy ribbon cable  
¡ Driver CD  
¡ ATA-66/100 HDD ribbon cable  
¡ S-ATA & Power cable (1 Set)  
¡ COM3 ribbon cable (1 Set)  
¡ External K/B & M/S cable  
(for RS-232/422/485)  
(6-pin to 6-pin)  
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¡ Low profile heat sink with fan  
¡ I/O Shield  
Note:  
M-855 OEM versions with non-standard configurations may vary  
in function or contents according to request.  
CAUTION: This board must be protected from static discharge and physical  
shock. Never remove any of the socketed parts except at a  
static-free workstation. Use the anti-static bag shipped with the  
!
product to handle the board. Wear a wrist strap grounded through  
one of the system's ESD Ground jacks while servicing system  
components.  
1.2 Features  
Intel® Pentium® M / Celeron® M processor  
Intel® 855GME + ICH4 AGPset  
Support 2GB DDR266/333 SDRAM (max.) memory  
Front Side Bus Frequency: 400/533MHz  
Chipset integrated graphic & LVDS function  
Single 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet using Intel® 82541 chip  
Software programmable watchdog timer  
Hardware Monitoring  
AC97 Audio Lin-out pin-header  
Hardware Monitoring  
Hardware monitoring allows the user to monitor various aspects of system operations  
and status (including the CPU temperature, voltage, and fan RPM).  
I/O Shield Connector  
The SBC is equipped with an I/O bracket. Please use the appropriate I/O shield.  
Introduction 3  
 
56.05  
16.80  
29.50  
25.42  
21.75  
6.50  
6.22  
11.96  
38.10  
35.97  
26.13  
21.64  
Figure 1: I/O back panel layout  
M-855 Series Overview  
Function  
M-855  
Intel® 855GME  
¡ Chipset  
¡ LVDS  
2
¡ VGA  
¡ Gigabit Ethernet  
¡ 40-pins EIDE interface  
¡ Type II CF socket  
¡ Parallel ports  
1
1
¡ Serial ports  
4
¡ PCI slots  
3
¡ USB 2.0 ports (two for USB cable)  
¡ Audio Line-out pin-header  
¡ Fan connector  
6
1
2
4 Introduction  
 
1.3 System Block Diagram  
Socket 478-pins  
for  
VRM  
Clock  
Intel Pentium M  
ADDR  
CTRL  
DATA  
400/533 MHz FSB  
LVDS  
or  
VGA  
LCD / CRT  
Device  
GMCH (855GME)  
732 Micro FCBGA  
DDR266/333 X2  
IDE Primary  
IDE Secondary  
CF Socket  
Intel  
ATA100  
USB2.0  
AC97  
Audio  
Codec  
82541  
10/100/1000  
Base-TX  
ICH4  
421 BGA  
USB Port 0/1  
USB Port 2/3  
USB Port 4/5  
PCI BUS  
S-ATA  
S3112  
Super I/O  
W83627HF  
FWH  
SATA Port 1/2  
FINTEK  
F81216D  
Keyboard  
Mouse  
Floppy  
COM1/2  
COM3/4  
LPT Port  
Figure 2: System Block Diagram  
Introduction 5  
 
1.4 Specifications  
¡ Processor:  
- Intel® Pentium® M processor with socket 478-pins package  
- Processor operating at 1.3GHz and up to 1.8GHz  
- System bus frequency at 400 / 533 MHz FSB  
Make sure you use the correct CPU (Pentium® M processor). Using a standard  
Pentium® 4 CPU may crash the system.  
¡ Chipset:  
- Intel® 855GME + ICH4 AGPset  
¡ DRAM Module:  
- 2 x 184-pin DIMM socket  
- DDR 266/333 memory  
- Support DDR SDRAM up to 2GB (max.)  
¡ LVDS & VGA:  
- Intel® 855GME Chipset integrated LVDS & Graphic controller  
- Onboard 15-pin VGA connector  
¡ Gigabit Ethernet:  
- Intel® 82541 Ethernet controller  
- 10/100/1000 Base-TX Ethernet  
- Onboard RJ-45 Ethernet connector  
¡ External Connector:  
- 1 x type II CompactFlash™ connector  
(using a CF card will occupy the IDE2 master)  
- 1 x 6-pin KB/MS extender  
¡ Expansion Slot:  
- Three PCI slots  
¡ Onboard I/O:  
- On-Chip I/O integrated with Keyboard, Mouse, Parallel and Serial,  
and Power-ON controller  
¡ Onboard PCI / IDE:  
- Intel® ICH4 south bridge controller  
- PCI rev2.2 Compliant  
- ACPI Compliant Power Management  
- PCI Bus IDE Port with PIO / Ultra DMA-100 x 2 (up to 4 devices)  
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¡ Rear I/O Connectors:  
- PS/2 Mouse and PS/2 style Keyboard  
- D-Sub 25-pins Printer port connector  
D-Sub 9-pins COM1 Serial port connector for RS-232  
D-Sub 15-pins VGA connector  
- 2 x USB2.0 connectors  
- RJ-45 Ethernet and 2 x USB2.0 connectors  
- Audio for Line-In, Line-Out, MIC phone jack (Optional)  
¡ Internal I/O Connectors (pin-header):  
- 3 x Serial ports, COM2 for RS-232 and COM3 / 4 for RS-232/422/485  
(Serial cable with bracket)  
- 2 x USB2.0 connectors (USB cable with bracket)  
- 2 x S-ATA connectors  
- Audio Line-Out pin-header  
¡ BIOS:  
- Award Plug & Play BIOS  
¡ Form Factor:  
- 9.6” x 9.6” (244 x 244mm) Micro ATX Size  
¡ Weight:  
- 1.44lb (650g) --- M-855 series  
Introduction 7  
 
 
2
Installation  
2.1 System Installation  
CPU Installation  
Carefully follow the steps below to install the CPU:  
1. Check and confirm that the jumpers are correctly set for the CPU you are going  
to install (figure 3).  
2. Take the screwdriver and releasing screw-nut of the Socket 478.  
3. Rotate mark of screw-nut to face the “OPEN”.  
4. Align the pins of the CPU against the pinholes of the Socket 478. Be sure to pay  
attention to the orientation of the CPU.  
OPEN  
Screw Nut  
CLOSED  
Figure 3: CPU Socket  
5. Push down the CPU into the Socket 478.  
6. Rotate mark of screw-nut to face the “CLOSED”.  
7. Place the CPU cooling fan atop the CPU surface.  
Installation 9  
 
8. Push down the opposite side of the ZIF clip and hook it.  
9. Connect the cooling fan cable to the socket as shown below. Be careful not to  
place the cable on the CPU cooling fan.  
Removing a CPU:  
1. Before removing the CPU, turn off the power and wait for about 20 minutes until  
the heat radiation plate of the cooling fan and the CPU cools down.  
2. Rotate mark of screw-nut to face the “OPEN”.  
3. To remove the CPU.  
WARNING: The CPU and the heat radiation plate are hot and can cause  
burns.  
Heat Sink & Retention Module Installation  
It is highly recommended that only the M-855 Heat sink and fan (Figure 4), designed  
for use in the chassis be used. The use of other heat sinks, including those boxed  
with CPUs, may damage the M-855.  
Make sure that good contact is made between the processors and the heat sinks.  
Insufficient contact, incorrect types of heat sinks, fans, or thermal compound used or  
improper amount of thermal compound applied on the CPU die can cause the  
processors to overheat, which may crash the system.  
The Retention Module is used to hold up the weight of the Heat sink and fan.  
Figure 4: Heat Sink & Retention Module Installation  
Memory Module Installation  
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Figure 5 display the notch marks and what they should look like on your DIMM  
memory module.  
DIMMs have184 pins and two notches that will match with the onboard DIMM socket.  
DIMM modules are installed by placing the chip firmly into the socket at a 90-degree  
angle and pressing straight down (figure 6) until it fits tightly into the DIMM socket.  
Figure 5: DIMM Memory and 184-pins Socket  
Figure 6: Memory Installation  
Carefully follow the steps below in order to install the DIMMs:  
1. To avoid generating static electricity and damaging the DIMM, ground yourself  
by touching a grounded metal surface or using a ground scrap before you touch  
the DIMM.  
2. Do not touch the connector of the DIMM. Dirt residue may cause a malfunction.  
3. Hold the DIMM with its notch to the front side of the M-855 and insert it  
completely into the socket. A DIMM should be inserted into the inner socket first.  
Guiding the hole at each end of the DIMM over the retaining post at each end of  
the DIMM socket.  
4. If you install two DIMMs, install the second DIMM using the same procedure as  
above.  
5. If DIMM does not go in smoothly, do not force it. Pull it all the way out and try  
again.  
6. Make sure the DIMM is properly installed and locked by the tabs on both sides of  
the socket.  
Removing a DIMM:  
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To remove the DIMM, use your fingers or a small screwdriver to carefully push away  
the plastic tabs that secure the DIMM at each end. Lift it out of the socket.  
Make sure you store the DIMM in an anti-static bag.  
Only use the same size and manufacturer of memory modules.  
Setting Jumpers and DIP Switches  
There are jumpers and DIP-switches on the M/B of the M-855 Series. The jumpers  
can be set for various operations.  
Figure 7: Jumper Connector  
For any three-pins jumpers (Figure 7), the jumper setting is 1-2 when the jumper  
connects pins 1 and 2. The setting is 2-3 when pins 2 and 3 are connected. The  
numbers “1“ and a “3“ are printed on the circuit board to identify these pins. And also,  
there is a second way of indication – one of the lines surrounding jumpers is thick,  
which indicates pin number 1.  
To move a jumper from one position to another, use needle-nose pliers or tweezers  
to pull the pin cap off the pins and move it to the desired position.  
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2.2 Board Layout  
CN1  
CN2  
CN4  
CN6  
CN3  
CN5  
(Optional)  
CN7  
CN8  
CN9  
DIMM1 DIMM2  
CN13 CN14  
JP1 JP2  
CN15  
CN25  
JP3  
CN10  
CN12  
CN11  
CN16  
CN17  
CN18  
SATA1  
SATA2  
CN19  
JP4  
JP7  
CF II  
JP5  
CN21  
CN23  
JP6  
CN22  
CN24  
CN20  
Figure 8: Jumper and Connector Locations  
Installation 13  
 
2.3 Jumper Settings  
Jumper Location Description:  
Use the information in the following table to change the jumpers and the DIP  
switches.  
Jumpers  
JP1  
Functions  
COM3 Port Setting Select  
COM4 Port Setting Select  
CPU Type Setting Select  
JP2  
JP3  
JP4  
Watchdog Timer Setting Select  
Clear CMOS Setting Select  
JP5  
JP6  
Power Management Setting Select  
A description on setting the jumpers to enable/disable or change functions is  
illustrated below. Please refer to the diagrams below for jumper locations.  
 COM3/COM4 Port Setting Select: JP1/JP2  
JP1/JP2  
Function  
1-2  
Off  
3-4  
Off  
5-6  
Off  
Off  
On  
7-8  
Off  
On  
Off  
9-10  
Off  
11-12  
On  
RS-232 (Default)  
RS-422  
On (Term.) On (Term.)  
On (Term.) On (Term.)  
On  
Off  
RS-485  
On  
Off  
y Location:  
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 CPU Type Setting Select: JP3  
Function  
JP3  
CPU FSB 400 MHz (Default)  
CPU FSB 533 MHz  
1-2 On  
1-2 Off  
y Location:  
Watchdog Timer Setting Select: JP4  
Function  
NMI  
JP4  
1-2  
Reset System (Default)  
y Location:  
2-3  
 Clear CMOS Setting Select: JP5  
Function  
JP5  
1-2  
Normal (Default)  
Clear CMOS  
2-3  
y Location:  
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 Power Management Setting Select: JP6  
Function  
ACPI Mode  
JP6  
On  
APM Mode (Default)  
y Location:  
Off  
2.4 Connector Descriptions  
CN1  
CN2  
CN4  
CN6  
CN3  
CN5  
(Optional)  
CN7  
CN8  
CN9  
DIMM1 DIMM2  
CN13 CN14  
JP1 JP2  
CN15  
CN25  
JP3  
CN10  
CN12  
CN11  
CN16  
CN17  
CN18  
SATA1  
SATA2  
CN19  
JP4  
JP7  
CF II  
JP5  
CN21  
CN23  
JP6  
CN22  
CN24  
CN20  
Figure 9: Connector Locations  
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Table for Connector’s Location Description:  
Use the information in the following table to change the connector.  
Connectors  
CN1  
Functions  
CRT VGA Port Connector  
CN2  
COM1 RS-232 Serial Port Connector  
Parallel Port Connector  
CN3  
CN4  
USB 0/1 Connectors  
CN5  
Audio Port Connector (Optional)  
PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse Connectors  
Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 & USB 2/3 Connectors  
External Keyboard & Mouse Connector  
CD-IN Connector  
CN6  
CN7  
CN8  
CN9  
CN13  
CN14  
CN15  
CN16  
CN17  
CN18  
CN19  
CN20  
CN21  
CN22  
CN23  
CN24  
CN25  
JP7  
COM3 RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connectors  
COM4 RS-232/422/485 Serial Port Connectors  
CPU Fan Power Connector  
COM2 RS-232 Serial Port Connector  
18/24 Bits LVDS Panel Interface  
System Fan Power Connector  
USB 4/5 (Pin-Header) Connector  
System Panel Indicate Connector  
Secondary IDE Connector  
ATX Power Connector  
Primary IDE Connector  
Floppy Disk Connector  
LINE OUT Connector  
LAN LED Connector  
SATA1  
SATA2  
CF II  
S-ATA1 Connector  
S-ATA2 Connector  
Type II CompactFlash™ Connector  
Installation 17  
 
CRT VGA Port Connector (D-SUB 15-pins Female): CN1  
Pin #  
Assignment  
Red  
Pin #  
Assignment  
Green  
1
2
4
3
Blue  
NC  
5
Ground  
Ground  
VCC  
6
Ground  
Ground  
Ground  
DData  
7
8
9
10  
12  
14  
11  
NC  
13  
HSync  
DCK  
VSync  
15  
y Figure:  
5
1
15 11  
COM1 RS-232 Serial Port Connector (D-Sub 9-pins Male): CN2  
Pin #  
Assignment  
DCD (Data Carrier Detect)  
RXD (Receive Data)  
TXD (Transmit Data)  
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)  
Ground  
Pin #  
Assignment  
1
6
7
8
9
DSR (Data Set Ready)  
RTS (Request to Send)  
CTS (Clear to Send)  
RI (Ring Indicator)  
2
3
4
5
y Figure:  
1
5
9
6
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