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        Chapter 1




              1
Introduction
How This Manual is Organized

This manual is divided into the following sections:

Chapter 1     Introduction : Manual information and checklist.


Chapter 2     Features      : Information and Specifications con-
                              cerning this mainboard.


Chapter 3     Installation : Instructions on setting up the board.

The mainboard is a high-performance mainboard based on the ad-
vanced Socket 370 microprocessor, the VGA, Audio , PCI Bus and
the Intel 810-DC100 chipset.

                                         Chapter 1 Introduction / 1
Package Checklist

Please check that your package is complete . If you discover any item
damaged or missing , please contact with your retailer immediately.

     The 6M810C mainboard.

     Serial COM2 conector with bracket

     1 x IDE UDMA66 ribbon cable.

     1 x floppy ribbon cable.

     6M810C drivers and utilities

     This user's Manual




2 / Chapter 1 Introduction
      Chapter 2




            2

Features
Features of the 6M810C Mainboard

  Intel 810-DC100 (GMCH+ICH) chipset supports 66/100MHz FSB,
  UltraDMA/66, and 4MB 32-bit 100MHz SDRAM display cache
  controller.

  Intel 810(GMCH0+ICH) chipset supports 66/100 Mhz FSB,
  UltraDMA/66.

  Socket 370 Celeron ( up to 533MHz)processor.



                                        Chapter 2 Features / 3
   Integrated Graphics controller supports 3D hyper pipelined
   architecture, parallel data processing and compression, precise
   pixel interpolation, full 2D hardware acceleration , and motion video
   acceleration. Optional on board 4MB SDRAM display cache al-
   lows upto 1024x768x16 bit color for 3D graphics and 1600x1200x8
   bit color for 2D graphics

   support "Touch Button Wake up" for soft power on/off and
   suspend mode multifunction.

   support Windows 95/98 system Software shutdown (power
   off) automatically

   support CPU FAN ON/OFF and LED indicator under SUS-
   PEND mode

   support Resume by Ring through Modem.

   Uses 168-Pin DIMM modules(supports Intel PC100-compliant
   SDRAMs) x2 auto banking in multiple configuration up to
   512MB.

   Support Onboard Burst/Pipelined burst synchronous L2 Write
   Back cache. The Cache memory combination could be 1M.

   3 x PCI Bus slots, and 1 x AMR (Audio Modem Riser) slots.

   All 3 PCI slots support Master mode.

   System BIOS support 4 IDE hard disk drivers that don't need
   device driver for S/W application.

   PCI Bus master IDE interface on board with two connectors sup-
   port 4 IDE devices in 2 channel, the PCI IDE Controller supports
   PIO Mode 0 to Mode 4, Bus master IDE DMA Mode 2 and Ultra

4 / Chapter 2 Features
DMA 66MB
Support PS/2TM mouse Connector.

Support the Universal Serial Bus (U.S.B)

System BIOS supports LS-120, ZIP driver firmware and
Green feature function, Plug and Play Flash ROM.

AC'97 DAC built into the audio CODEC reduces noise to im-
prove audio quality and performance for a SNR (signal to noise
ratio) of +90dB. These features greatly improve voice synthesis
and recognition. If more quality is required, an optional onboard
Crysial PCI audio improves audio quality beyond software audio.

Support Software Virus Warning in BIOS

Support ACPI functionStatic Electricity Precautions

Thermal detect (GL520SM) : option
The system's BIOS will sense CPU's temperature through
GL520SM on board. The User can watch what current tempera-
ture of CPU is & current CPU FAN status is from BIOS. To Using
LDCM software (optional ) . The user will watch the indication on
Win 95/98 environment.




                                           Chapter 2 Features / 5
         Chapter 3




              3
Installation
Jumper

 Jumper                                          Refer to page
   JP1       -   Wake On Keyboard (1-2 enable)        18
   FAN1      -   FAN Connector                        22
   FAN2      -   FAN Connector                        22
   JP11      -   IrDA Connector 1                     23
   JP12      -   IrDA Connector 2                     23
   JP13      -   CPU bus frequency selection          13
   JP14      -   BIOS Flash protection                18
   JP15      -   CMOS Clear                           12
   JP18      -   Lan Card Wake Up                     27
   JP20      -   Modem Card Wake Up                   27




6 / Chapter 2 Features
Expansion Slot                              Which pages

  PCI SLOT 1,2,3 -32bits PCI SLOT
  AMR SLOT1 - Audio Modem Riser Slot

Connectors                                   Refer to page

  CD1     -   Audio Connector                       26
  CD2     -   Audio Connector                       26
  PW1     -   ATX Power Connector                   25
  MS1     -   PS/2 Mouse port (UP)                  20
  KB1     -   PS/2 AT Keyboard port (DOWN)          20
  COM1    -   COM 1 serial port                     20
  COM2    -   COM 2 serial port                     20
  USB     -   Universal Serial BUS Ports 1 & 2      20
  PRINT   -   Parallel port                         20
  FDC     -   FLOPPY connector                      20
  IDE1    -   Primary IDE connector                 23
  IDE2    -   Secondary IDE connector               23
  JP19    -   HDD LED                               24
  JP19    -   Reset Switch                          24
  JP19    -   Speaker Connector                     25
  JP19    -   Power LED                             24
  JP19    -   SMI Switch                            24
  JP19    -   Suspend LED                           24
  JP19    -   ATX Power switch                      25




                                       Chapter 3 Installation / 7
    The 6M810C Mainboard Layout




T: K / B                                                                                    JP13
                                  JP1   FAN1
B: Mouse


    USB
                                                               RT2




COM1


                      Printer


 VGA




                                        JP2

  MIDI                                         JP3

GAME
AUDIO


                                                                2MB SDRAM
                                                               2MB SDRAM
                        CD1 CD2         AMR SLOT JP4                                                                       RT1

              AUDIO
             AUDIO
              CODEC
             CODEC
                                                               2MB SDRAM
                                                               2MB SDRAM

                                          Jp5

                                                                     PCI SLOT1


                 JP20 JP18                                                                         I/O
                                                                                                   Controller    JP16    JP19
                                                                                                   HUB (ICH)     JP17   PANEL
                                                                     PCI SLOT2

                                                                                                                JP15

                                                                                 JP14
                                                     SB-LINK         PCI SLOT3
           JP6
                                                                                                                        FAN2
                                                                                      4M b it
                                                                                   F irm w are
                                                                                   H U B(F W H )

                                                           JP11
                                                           JP12




    8 / Chapter 3 Installation
System Installation Setup

Before using your computer, you must finish the following steps:
1. Set jumpers on mainboard
2. Install SDRAM module.
3. Install the Processor.
4. Connect Ribbon Cables, Cabinet Wires, and Power supply.
5. Install Add on Cards.
6. Setup the BIOS software.




Static Electricity Precaution

   Keep the mainboard and other system components in their anti-
   static packaging until you are ready to install them.

   Do all preparative work on a static-free surface with the main
   board components facing up.

   Unplug your computer when working on the inside.

   Wear an Anti-static wrist strap.

   Hold the system components, boards or cards by its edges only.
   Be careful not to touch any of IC chips, circuitry, contacts or
   connections, especially gold contacts on the mainboard.




                                          Chapter 3 Installation / 9
Jumper Settings

Jumpers
Several hardware setting are made through the use of jumper caps to
connect jumper pins (Jxx) on the mainboard. See " Map of the
mainboard" for the locationed the jumpers.

The jumper settings will be described numerically such as [----], [1-
2], [2-3] for no connection, connect pins 1 & 2, and connect pins 2 &
3 respectively. Pin 1 for our mainboard is always on top one or on
the left when holding the mainboard with the keyboard away from
yourself. "P1" is written besides pin 1 on jumper with three pins. The
jumpers will also be shown graphically such as          to connect pin
1&2 and          to connect 2&3. Jumpers with two pins will be shown
as         for Short (on )and       for Open (off).For manufacturing
simplicity it may be sharing pins from other groups. Use the diagrams
in this manual instead of following the pin layout on the board. Set-
tings with two jumper numbers require that both jumpers be moved
together. To connect the pin, simply place a plastic jumper cap over
the two pins as diagrammed.




10 / Chapter 3 Installation
Real Time Clock (RTC) RAM - JP15 :
The CMOS RAM is powered by the onboard button cell battery. To
clear the RTC data:
(1)Turn off your computer, (2) Move this jumper to "2-3Pin Clear
Data", (3) Move the jumper back to "Default", (4) Turn on your
computer, (5) Hold down  during bootup and enter BIOS
setup to re-enter user Preferences.




                            JP15 CMOS Clear
                            1-2 (default) Normal

                             P1




                            2-3            Clear CMOS

                                  P3




                                       Chapter 3 Installation / 11
System Memory ( DIMM Module)

This 6M810C main board supports two 168 pins DIMM of 16 MB, 32
MB, 64 MB, 128 MB ,256MB to form a memory size between 16MB to
256MB.
The DRAM can be either Intel PC100-compaliant SDRAMs.
Install memory in any or all Banks in Combination:

     Bank                   Memory module
   DIMM 1         16MB,32MB,64MB,128MB,256MB
 ( Bank 0-1 )     168 pin,3.3v SDRAM / EDO RAM
   DIMM 2         16MB,32MB,64MB,128MB,256MB
 ( Bank 2-3 )     168 pin 3.3v,SDRAM / EDO RAM
                  Total System Memory(Max 512MB)

Note :

       At the time this user's manual was written, 256MB
       DIMM's are only available as double-sided registered
       memory (128Mbit cells). Using 2x2x2x SDRAM can
       greatly improve the onboard graphics' performance.
       The motherboard operates at 100MHz, therefore PC100-
       compliant modules must be used because of the strict tim-
       ing issues involved under this speed.




12 / Chapter 3 Installation
DIMM Memory Installation

Insert the module (s) as shown. Because the number pins are differ-
ent on either side of the breaks,the module will only fit in the orienta-
tion as shown. SDRAM DIMM modules have different pin contacts
on each side and therefore have a higher pin density.
      168 Pin DIMM Socket
          88 pins
          60 pins




                            T: K / B                                                                            JP13
                                                             JP1   FAN1
                            B: Mouse
          20 pins




                               USB
                                                                                     RT2




                            COM1


                                                 Printer


                             VGA



                                                                           JP2



                             MIDI
                            GAME
                            AUDIO


                                                                                     2MB SDRAM
                                                   CD1 CD2         AMR SLOT JP4                                                                 RT1

                                         AUDIO
                                         CO C
                                           DE                                        2MB SDRAM

                                                                     Jp5


                                                                                           PCI SLOT1


                                             JP2 0 JP1 8                                                               I/O
                                                                                                                       Controlle r    JP16     JP19
                                                                                                                       HUB (I CH )    JP17   PANE L
                                                                                           PCI SLOT2                                   JP8 JP9

                                                                                                                                     JP15

                                                                                                       JP14
                                                                           SB-LINK         PCI SLOT3
                                       JP6
                                                                                                                                             FAN2
                                                                                                           4 M bit
                                                                                                         Fir mw a re
                                                                                                        H UB ( FWH )

                                                                                  JP11
                                                                                  JP12




                                                                                     Chapter 3 Installation / 13
The Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) memory module must be 3.
3v Extended Data Output (EDO) DRAM or SDRAM. You can identify
the type of DIMM module by the illustration below:




      RFU              Unbuffered    5.0V          Reserved

            Buffered                        3.3V

       DRAM Key Position            Voltage Key Position




            168 Pin DRAM DIMM Notch Key Definitions

The notch on the DIMM module will shift between left, center, or
right to identify the type and also to prevent the wrong type to be
inserted into the DIMM slot on the Mainboard. You must ask your
retailer for Specifications before purchasing.
Four clock signals are supported on this mainboard




14 / Chapter 3 Installation
CPU Installation

The motherboard provides a ZIF socket 370. The CPU that came
with the motherboard should have a fan attached to it to prevent
overheating . If this is not the case then purchase a fan before you
turn on your system.
To install a CPU , first turn off your system and remove its cover.
Locate the ZIF socket and open it by first pulling the lever sideways
away from the socket then upwards to a 90-degree right angle. Insert
the CPU with the correct orientation shown . The notched corner
should point towards the end of the lever. Because the CPU has a
corner pin for two of the four corners, the CPU will only fit in the
orientation as shown.




                                                                                                               Notch
T: K / B                                                                            JP13
                                  JP1   FAN1
B: Mouse


   USB
                                                          RT2




COM1


                      Printer


 VGA



                                                JP2



 MIDI
GAME
AUDIO


                                                       2MB SDRAM
                                                        2MB SDRAM
                        CD1 CD2         AMR SLOT JP4                                                                RT1

            AUAU
              DIO
              DE
              CO
                DIO
                 DE
            CO C C                                      2MB SDRAM
                                                       2MB SDRAM

                                          Jp5


                                                                PCI SLOT1


                 JP20 JP18                                                                 I/O
                                                                                           Controller    JP16     JP19
                                                                                           HUB (ICH)     JP17   PANEL
                                                                PCI SLOT2                                 JP8 JP9

                                                                                                        JP15

                                                                            JP14
                                                SB-LINK         PCI SLOT3
           JP6
                                                                                                                FAN2
                                                                                4 M bit
                                                                              Fir mw are
                                                                             H UB( FWH )

                                                       JP11
                                                       JP12




                                                                                                                  Chapter 3 Installation / 15
CPU External (Bus) Frequency Selection -JP13
Current PCI bus in limited to 33MHz, socket370 processors limited to
66MHz, and SDRAM limited to the DIMM type 66/100/133MHz.
(66MHz SDRAM is not supported on this motherboard.) Other set-
tings are for experienced users only.
  NOTE:
  Most of the CPU frequency are locked by the manufacturer.
  This motherboard is able to auto-detect the CPU frequency.

   JP13         Frequency                                         Jumper Setting
  2       6     66 MHz Only                                       3-5 4-6 ON

  1       5     66/100 MHz                                        1-3                  4-6           ON


   JP13          CPU Type                       Jumper Setting
  8     12       Mendocino                      9-11 10-12
                 (Celeron)
  7       11
                        T: K / B                                                                             JP13
                                                           JP1   FAN1
                        B: Mouse


                           USB
                                                                                   RT2




                        COM1


                                               Printer


                         VGA



                                                                         JP2



                         MIDI
                        GAME
                        AUDIO


                                                                                   2MB SDRAM
                                                                                   2MB SDRAM
                                                 CD1 CD2         AMR SLOT JP4                                                                RT1

                                     AU DIO
                                      AU
                                       DIO C
                                      CO C
                                     CO DE
                                       DE                                          2MB SDRAM
                                                                                   2MB SDRAM
                                                                   Jp5


                                                                                         PCI SLOT1


                                         JP20 JP18                                                                  I/O
                                                                                                                    Controller    JP16     JP19
                                                                                                                    HUB (ICH)     JP17   PANEL
                                                                                         PCI SLOT2
                                                                                                                                   JP8 JP9

                                                                                                                                 JP15


                                                                                                     JP14
                                                                         SB-LINK         PCI SLOT3
                                   JP6
                                                                                                                                         FAN2
                                                                                                         4 M bit
                                                                                                       Fir mw are
                                                                                                      H UB( FWH )

                                                                                JP11
                                                                                JP12




16 / Chapter 3 Installation
Wake On Keyboard -JP1
   This allows you to disable or enable the keyboard power up
   function.Set to enable if you want to use your keyboard (by
   press  to power up your computer. This feature re-
   quires an ATX power supply that can supply at least 300mA on
   the +5VSB lead and the new ACPI BIOS support. The default is
   set to Disable because not all computers have the appropriate
   ATX power supply. Your computer will not function if you set
   this to Enable and if you do not have the right ATX Power supply.
  Keyboard Power Up (JP1)

  Disable (default)
                            P1


  Enable
                       P3




                                                     2MB SDRAM


                                        AD
                                         U IO
                                        CDC
                                         O E        2MB SDRAM




BIOS Flash Protection -JP14

        JP14 BIOS Flash Protection
        1-2                      Un-Lock
               P1




        2-3                      Lock
                      P3




                                                Chapter 3 Installation / 17
  Safe Mode (SAFE_MD) -JP17
  Usually socket 370 processors have locked frequency multiples.
  In this case, there is no way to exceed the specified multiple
  whether through motherboard setting or BIOS setup. With un-
  locked socket 370 processors, exceeding the specified multiple is
  possible through BIOS setup. Exceeding the specified multiple may
  result in hanging during bootup. If this occurs, enable Safe Mode
  to force a multiple of 2 in order to enter BIOS setup to correct the
  problem.
  Automatic Timeout Reboot Setting (NO_REBOOT) -JP16
  The motherboard is set that when the BIOS detects a hang(timeout)
  during bootup, the motherboard will automatically reboot in order
  to try rebooting again. If rebooting is repeating ineffectively, set
  this jumper to "No Reboot" so that auto reboot will be disabled.

T: K /B                                                                                   JP13

                                                                                                                                    automatic timeout reboot setting (JP16)
                                    JP1   FA N1
B: Mouse


    USB
                                                              RT 2


                                                                                                                                    Normal (default)   JP16
COM1


                      Pr inter
                                                                                                                                                       JP16
 VG A                                                                                                                               No Reboot
                                                   JP2


 MIDI
G AME
AUDIO


                                                               2MB SDRAM
                                                              2MB SDRAM
                                                                                                                                    Safe Mode (JP17)
                        C D1 C D2         AMR S LO T JP4                                                                     RT 1




                                                                                                                                                       JP17
              AUDIO
             AUDIO
              CODEC                                           2MB SDRAM
                                                              2MB SDRAM
                                                                                                                                    Normal (default)
             CODEC


                                             Jp5

                                                                     PCI SLOT1


                 JP20 JP18                                                                       I/O


                                                                                                                                                       JP17
                                                                                                 C on tro ller    JP16    JP19
                                                                                                 H UB (IC H )     JP17   PA NEL
                                                                     PCI SLOT2

                                                                                                                 JP15               Safe Mode
                                                                                 JP14
                                                   SB -LINK          PCI SLOT3
           JP6
                                                                                                                         FA N2
                                                                                      4Mb it
                                                                                   Fi rm war e
                                                                                   HUB(F WH )

                                                           JP11
                                                           JP12




  18 / Chapter 3 Installation
                 TV-OUT - JP2/JP3
                 JP2: TO Selector PAL or NTSC Mode .
                 JP3: TV-OUT Connector pin header .
                 Onboard Audio Setting (available on audio model only) -JP5
                 The onboard Audio Codec may be enabled or disables using all of
                 these jumpers. disabled the onboard Audio Codec if you are using
                 PCI Audio card on any of the expansion slots or a primary AMR on
                 the AMR slot. if using an PCI Audio expansion card, onboard AC'97
                 Audio controller must also be disabled.

T : K/ B                                                                                    JP13
                                  JP1   FAN 1
B: Mouse


    USB
                                                                RT2
                                                                                                                                   Tv-out mode setting (JP2)
COM1
                                                                                                                                   Open (default)      NTSC Mode

                      Printer


 VGA                                                                                                                               Close               PAL Mode

                                        JP2

 MIDI                                           JP3
GAME
AUDIO


                                                                2MB SDRAM
                                                                2MB SDRAM
                        CD1 CD2         AMR SLOT JP4
                                                                                                                                   Onboard Audio Setting (JP5)
                                                                                                                            RT1

              AUDIO
             AUDIO
              CO
             CO
                DEC
                DEC
                                                                2MB SDRAM
                                                                2MB SDRAM



                                                                                                                                                               JP5
                                           Jp5

                                                                      PCI SLOT1                                                    Enabled (default)
                 JP 20 JP 18                                                                       I/O
                                                                                                   Controlle r    JP16    JP19
                                                                                                                                   Primary                 1
                                                                      PCI SLOT2                    HUB (IC H)     JP17


                                                                                                                 JP15
                                                                                                                         PANEL


                                                                                                                                   Disabled
                                                                                                                                                               JP5
                                                      SB-LINK         PCI SLOT3   JP14                                             Secondary               1
           JP6
                                                                                                                         FAN 2
                                                                                       4 M bit
                                                                                    Fi rmw a re
                                                                                   H U B( FW H)

                                                            JP11
                                                            JP12




                 Note:
                                        The 6M810C Disable Onboard AC'97 Sound. You must
                                        configure the setting for "Integrated Peripherals" in BIOS.
                                        Choose "Integrated Peripherals" from BIOS menu:
                                        AC97 Audio                                                                       : Enabled ==>         Disabled




                                                                                                                                  Chapter 3 Installation / 19
Clearance Requirements

To maintain proper airflow once the processor is installed on the
mainboard, the processor and fan heatsink require certain space
clearances. The clearance above the processor must be at least 0.3
inch. The clearance on at least 3 of 4 sides of the processor and fan
heatsink must be at least 0.2 inch. All cables (for Floppy drive,Hard
drive,CD-ROM,and so on) must be routed clear of the processor and
its airspace.


Fan Exhaust

The processor must be kept cool by using a processor with heatsink
and fan attached . The temperature of the air filled with the fan/heatsink
cannot exceed 45 OC(113 OF ) . The ambient or room temperature
must be below 37 OC ( 99 OF) .




20 / Chapter 3 Installation
EXTERNAL CONNECTORS

Both Ribbon cable and Connectors on board are with direction signs
to avoid that user insert wrong direction. On other hand, the ribbon
cables should always be connected with the red stripe on the pin 1 of
side of the connector.
                                         Parallel (Printer) Port              MIDI/(GAME) Port
      2                                    (25-pin Female)                     (15-pin Female)
     PS/2 Mouse
                                                        4
                 5
                 USB1




 1                               3                                6
PS/2 Keyboard USB2                   COM1                   VGA       SPEAKER                MIC
(6-pin Female)
                                       Serial Port(9-pin Male)
                                                                                   LINE IN



          8                                                                             12
 FAN 1                                                                                  ATX Power
 Connector                                                                              Connector




                                                                                         7
                                                                                         Floppy
          13                                                                             Driver Connector
 CD Audio
 Connector

                                            2MB SDRAM
                                                                                         9
                     AUDIO
                     CODEC                  2MB SDRAM                                    IDE Connector



       14
  Wake On                                                                                11
  LAN
       15
  Wake On
  Modem


                                                                  FAN 2
          COM2        3      IR Port   10                         Connector    7


                                                              Chapter 3 Installation / 21
1. PS/2 AT Keyboard port
   This connection is for a standard keyboard using an PS/2 plug
   (mini DIN) . This connector will not allow standard at AT size
   (large DIN) keyboard plugs. You may use a DIN to mini DIN
   adapter on standard AT keyboards.

2. PS/2 Mouse port
   This system will direct IRQ12 to PS/2 mouse.

3. Serial Port COM 1 and COM 2 port
   The COM1 serial ports can be used for pointing devices or other
   serial devices. See "Onboard Serial Port" in chipset Feature Setup
   of the BIOS SOFTWARE.
   The COM2 serial port header (10-1 pin ) : The optional serial
   port bracket can be used to add an additional serial port for addi-
   tional serial devices.
   NOTE:
       Serial {D-type 25pin (F) } must be connected to the
       serial port.

4. Parallel Printer port
   You can enable the parallel port and choose the IRQ through "
   Onboard Parallel Port" in Chipset. Feature Setup of the BIOS
   SOFTWARE.

5. Universal Serial BUS Ports 1 & 2
   Two USB ports are available for connecting USB devices.

6. VGA Connectors (15-pin)
   This connectors support monitor.

7. Floppy drive connector
   This connector supports the provided floppy drive ribbon cable.
   After connecting the single end to the board, connect the two plus
   on the other end to the floppy drives.


22 / Chapter 3 Installation
8. FAN1 , FAN2 CPU Cooling Fan (FAN1,2)
   These connectors support cooling fans of 500mAmp
   (6Watt) or less. Orientate the fans so that the heatsink fins
   allow airflow to go across the onboard heat sink(s) instead
   of the expansion slots. Depending on the fan manufacturer,
   the wiring and plug may be different. The red wire should
   be positive, while the black should be ground. Connect
   the fan's plug to the board taking into consideration the
   polarity of this connector.




               2MB SDRAM


 AUDIO
 CODEC         2MB SDRAM




                                       FAN1/2 CPU Cooling FAN
                                             Pin       Description
                                          P1
                                          P2
                                             1         Ground
                                          P3 2         +12VDC
                                             3         Signal
    NOTE :
    The "Rotation" signal is to be used only by a specially
    designed fan with rotation signal.

    WARNING :
    The CPU and/or motherboard will overheat if there is no
    air flowing across the CPU and onboard heatsinks. Dam-
    age may occur to the motherboard and/or the CPU fan if these
    pins are incorrectly used. These are not jumpers, do not place
    jumper caps over these pins.


                                           Chapter 3 Installation / 23
9. Primary / Secondary IDE connectors (Two 40-pin Blocks)
   These connectors support the provided IDE hard diskribbon cable.
   After connecting the single end to the board, connect the two
   plugs at the other end to your hard disk no space(s) . If you install
   two hard disks, you must configure the second drive to Slave
   mode by setting its jumper settings. BIOS now supports SCSI
   device or IDE CD-ROM boot up (see "HDD Sequence SCSI/IDE
   First" & "Boot Sequence" in the BIOS Features Setup of the BIOS
   SOFTWARE) (Pin 20 is removed to prevent inserting in the wrong
   orientation when using ribbon cables with pin 20 plugged) .
      Tip    :
      You may configure two hard disks to be both Masters us-
      ing one ribbon cable on the primary IDE connector. You
      may install one operating system on an IDE drive and
      another on a SCSI drive and select the right one through
      BIOS Feature Setup.

10. IrDA / Fast IR-Compliant infrared module connector - JP11/JP12
    This connector supports the optional wireless transmitting and
    receiving infrared module. This module mounts to a small open-
    ing on system cases that support this feature. You must also
    configure the setting through UART2 Use Infrared" in Chipset
    Feature Setup to select whether UART2 is directed for use with
    COM2 or IrDA. Use the five pins as shown on the Back View
    and connect a ribbon cable from the module to the motherboard
    according to the pin definitions. T:     K/B
                                      B: Mou se
                                                                            JP 1   FAN 1
                                                                                                                                      JP 13




                                             USB
                                                                                                       RT2




                                       COM 1



                                                              Printer


                                       VGA




      IR Connector                                                                          JP 2


                                           MIDI
                                       GAM E
Pin         Description               AU DIO



1           +5V                                                 CD 1 CD 2          AM R SL OT JP 4
                                                                                                       2MB SDRAM
                                                                                                                                                                          RT1



 2          NC
                                                      AUDIO
                                                      CODEC                                            2MB SDRAM

                                                                                      Jp5


 3          IRRX                                                                                             PCI SLOT 1



 4          Ground                                        JP 20 JP 18                                                                         I/O
                                                                                                                                              Co nt roller    JP 16     JP 19
                                                                                                                                              HU B ( IC H)    JP 17    PANE L
                                                                                                             PCI SLOT 2
                                                                                                                                                               JP 8 JP 9


 5          IRTX                                                                                                          JP 14
                                                                                                                                                             JP 15


                                                                                            S B-LINK         PCI SLOT 3
                                                   JP 6
                                                                                                                                                                      FAN 2
                                                                                                                                 4 Mb it
                                                                                                                             F i rm w a re
                                                                                                                            H U B (F W H )

                                                                                                   JP 11
                                                                                                   JP 12




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11. PANAL :JP19
               PANEL1 Connector
                          HD-LED     PW-LED
                              +                PW-BN
                                                 1
          SMI-LED

                       - -
                     RST SMI          SPK


 a. IDE activity LED (HD-LED)
    This connector supplies power to the cabinet's IDE activity LED.
    Read and write activity by devices connected to the Primary or
    Secondary IDE connectors will cause the LED to light up.
 b.Power LED Lead (PW_LED)
    The system power LED lights when the system's power is on.
 c. SMI Suspend Switch Lead (SMI)
    This allows the user to manually place the system into a suspend
    mode or "Green" mode where systematic activity will be instantly
    decreased to save electricity and expand the life of certain com-
    ponents when the system is not in use. This 2-pin connector (see
    the figure below) connects to the case-mounted suspend switch.
    If you do not have a switch for the connector, you may use the
    "Turbo Switch" since it does not have a function. SMI is acti-
    vated when it detects a short to open moment and therefore leav-
    ing it shorted will not cause any problems. It may require one or
    two pushes depending on the position of the switch. Wake-up
    can be controlled by settings in the BIOS but the keyboard will
    always allow wake-up (the SMI lead cannot wake-up the system).
    If you want to use this connector,"Suspend Switch" in the Power
    Management Setup of the BIOS SOFTWARE section should be
    on the default setting of Enable
 d.Reset Switch Lead (RST)
    This 2-pin connector connects to the case-mounted reset switch
    for rebooting your computer without having to turn off your power
    switch. This is a preferred method of rebooting in order to pro-
    long the life of the system's power supply.

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 e. Suspend LED (PANEL)
    The system suspend LED lights when the system's suspend is on
 f. Speaker Connector (SPEAKER)
    This 4-pin connector connects to the case-mounted speaker.
 g. ATX Power Switch (PW_BN)
    The system power is controlled by a momentary switch connected
    to this lead. Pushing the button once will switch the system ON.
    The system power LED lights when the system's power is on

12. ATX Power Supply Connector (20-pin block) - PW1
    This connector connects to a ATX power supply. The plug from
    the power supply will only insert in one orientation because of
    the different hole sizes. Find the proper orientation and push down
    firmly making sure that the pins are aligned.

   IMPORTANT:
   Make sure that the ATX power supply can take at least
   10mAmp load on the 5Volt standby lead (5VSB). You may
   experience difficulty in powering on your system without
   this.

       Pin        Description        Pin        Description
       1          3.3V               2          3.3V
       3          GND                4          5V
       5          GND                6          5V
       7          GND                8          PW-OK
       9          5VSB               10         12V
       11         3.3V               12         -12V
       13         GND                14         PS-ON
       15         GND                16         GND
       17         GND                18         -5V
       19         5V                 20         5V




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12. CD Audio Connector- CD1,CD2
     The 4-pin connectors enable the system to receive the audio
     output from the CD-ROM.

    CD1      Description
    1        CD-R
    2        GND
    3        GND
    4        CD-L

    CD2      Description
    1        CD-R
    2        GND
    3        CD-L
    4        GND




                                          2MB SDRAM


                               AUDIO
                               CODEC      2MB SDRAM




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13. Wake Up On LAN : JP18
    This connector connects LAN cards and a Wake On LAN output.
    When the system is in soft-off mode LAN activity will power on
    the system.
  Wake-On-LAN Connector
    Pin   Description     P1
     1      5VSB
    2        GND
                          P3
    3      SENSOR




                                            2MB SDRAM


                                AD
                                 U IO
                                CDC
                                 O E        2MB SDRAM




        Wake-On-Modem
    Pin   Description     P1
    1       5VSB
    2       GND
                          P3
    3      SENSOR




14. Wake Up On MODEM : JP20
    This connector connects Modem and a Wake On Modem output.




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Date :    /        /
               Technical Fault Report
 Motherboard :                     Checked by
 Serial No   :


 Hardware Configuration Used
  CPU
  RAM
  Video Card
  I/O Controller
  Hard Drive
  Other Card
 Diagnostic Software Used




 Fault Description




                               Chapter 3 Installation / 29
Date :      /      /
                Technical Fault Report
 Motherboard :                    Checked by
 Serial No   :


 Hardware Configuration Used
  CPU
  RAM
  Video Card
  I/O Controller
  Hard Drive
  Other Card
 Diagnostic Software Used




 Fault Description




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       Chapter 2




              2

Features
Features of the 6M810CN Mainboard

  Intel 810 (GMCH+ICH) chipset supports 66/100MHz FSB,
  UltraDMA/66.
  Socket 370 Celeron ( 533MHz ,677MHz(1.5V) )processor.
  Socket 370 Coppermine (500MHz~800MHz)processor.
  Supports Intel's Celeron and Coppermine processor designed for socket
  370 package in PPGA , FC-PGA.




                                           Chapter 3 Installation / 31
CPU External (Bus) Frequency Selection -JP13
Current PCI bus in limited to 33MHz, socket370 processors limited to
66MHz, and SDRAM limited to the DIMM type 66/100/133MHz.
(66MHz SDRAM is not supported on this motherboard.) Other set-
tings are for experienced users only.
  NOTE:
  Most of the CPU frequency are locked by the manufacturer.
  This motherboard is able to auto-detect the CPU frequency.

   JP13          Frequency                                        Jumper Setting
  2          6   66 MHz Only                                      3-5 4-6 ON

  1          5   66/100 MHz                                       1-3                  4-6           ON


      JP13       CPU Type Jumper Setting
  8     12       Mendocino 9-11 10-12
                 (Celeron)
  7      11      Coppermine 7-9 10 (single)
                        T: K / B                                                                             JP13
                                                           JP1   FAN1
                        B: Mouse


                           USB
                                                                                   RT2




                        COM1


                                               Printer


                         VGA



                                                                         JP2



                         MIDI
                        GAME
                        AUDIO


                                                                                   2MB SDRAM
                                                                                   2MB SDRAM
                                                 CD1 CD2         AMR SLOT JP4                                                                RT1

                                     AU DIO
                                      AU
                                       DIO C
                                      CO C
                                     CO DE
                                       DE                                          2MB SDRAM
                                                                                   2MB SDRAM
                                                                   Jp5


                                                                                         PCI SLOT1


                                         JP20 JP18                                                                  I/O
                                                                                                                    Controller    JP16     JP19
                                                                                                                    HUB (ICH)     JP17   PANEL
                                                                                         PCI SLOT2
                                                                                                                                   JP8 JP9

                                                                                                                                 JP15


                                                                                                     JP14
                                                                         SB-LINK         PCI SLOT3
                                   JP6
                                                                                                                                         FAN2
                                                                                                         4 M bit
                                                                                                       Fir mw are
                                                                                                      H UB( FWH )

                                                                                JP11
                                                                                JP12




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