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Pine BIOS.fm Page 1 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM
LifeBook A Series Model:
Document Date: 05/20/02
Document Part Number: FPC58-0681-01
FUJITSU PC CORPORATION
Pine BIOS.fm Page 2 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS 3. This automatically selects the field upon which the A Series BIOS prompt rests. Click OK to select the choice, or Cancel to exit the screen without making the SYSTEM CONFIGURATION change. UTILITY (SCU) 4. To activate a submenu press the [Enter] key. The BIOS System Configuration Utility (SCU) is a 5. To return to a menu from a submenu, press the [Esc] key. program that sets up the operating environment for
Pine BIOS.fm Page 3 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM Main Menu The troubleshooting section of the system User’s Guide lists the messages that may appear while using the BIOS. Where applicable, possible solutions are included. Each fatal error message also includes the corresponding beep code If there has been a change in the system configuration that does not agree with the parameter settings stored in your BIOS memory, or there is a failure in the system, the system beeps and/or displays an
Pine BIOS.fm Page 4 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS MAIN BIOS SCREEN – DISPLAYING CURRENT SYSTEM PARAMETERS When the System Configuration Utility initially opens, a Each of the items in the main BIOS screen is addressed screen appears which displays the current system param- in the applicable section of this document, depending eters. When an item is changed in one of the submenus, upon the submenu to which it belongs. Note that the the change is immediately ref
Pine BIOS.fm Page 5 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM Startup Menu STARTUP MENU Menu Default Description Field The Startup menu allows you to set basic information about your system, including: Date and --- When selected, opens the Date Time and Time submenu, which allows Change the system date and time you to set the date and time for Enable or disable the boot logo when the system boots your system. (For more details, see Date and Time submenu later in up this section). Eliminate t
Pine BIOS.fm Page 6 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS Move between the three device windows using either the Date and Time Submenu [Tab] button or the left and right arrow buttons. To The Date and Time submenu of the Startup menu allows change the selection within the device windows, use the you to adjust or set the date and time for your system. up and down arrow buttons. This submenu also allows you to enable or disable the Date and Time PXE Boot option. PXE s
Pine BIOS.fm Page 7 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM Startup Menu Set Admin Password Submenu Set User Password Submenu The Set Admin Password submenu allows you to enter a The Set User Password submenu allows you to enter a new administrator’s password, change an old one, and new user’s password or change an old one. determine when to verify the password. Set User Password Set Admin Password Enter old User Password: ............. Enter old ADMIN Password: ............. Enter new User
Pine BIOS.fm Page 8 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS MEMORY MENU The Memory Menu allows you to change the amount of extended memory that the system shares as Video Memory. Increasing the amount of shared memory is helpful if you use your computer primarily for graphics- intensive applications such as gaming or computer- aided design, or if you frequently use the system with simultaneous displays. (See Display Device Submenu on page 6 for more information) Share
Pine BIOS.fm Page 9 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM Disks Menu IDE Settings Submenu DISKS MENU The IDE Settings submenu allows you to select the The Disks menu allows you to set information about timing speed for the system hard disk drive, as well as your system’s hard- and floppy-disks, including: the data transfer rates. Enable or disable internal floppy disk drive controller Configure multiple diskette drives, if applicable. IDE IDE Settings Settings Enable or disable the internal ha
Pine BIOS.fm Page 10 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS COMPONENTS MENU Menu Field Default Description The Components menu allows you to select several of PS/2 Device [Checked] When selected, opens the the settings for your system, including the following: PS/2 Device submenu. This allows you to enable Serial port (COM and IR) settings or disable the internal pointing device. (For Parallel (LPT) port settings more details, see PS/2 PS/2 device settings De
Pine BIOS.fm Page 11 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM Components Menu Serial Ports Submenu LPT Port submenu The Serial Ports submenu allows you to select the port The LPT Port submenu allows you to select the port addresses and interrupts for the COM and IR ports. addresses and interrupts for the internal printer port. LPT LPT Port Port Serial Serial Ports Ports Port Address Port Definition COM A I/O Settings: ( ) None ( ) Standard AT (Centronics) (*) LPT1, 378, IRQ 7 (*) Bidirectional (PS/2) ( )
Pine BIOS.fm Page 12 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS PS/2 Device submenu LID The PS/2 Device submenu allows you to enable or  Lid closure suspend disable the “hot-pluggability” of PS/2 devices. It also allows you to determine the conditions under which the internal PS/2 port is enabled.  Lid open resume PS/2 Device OK Cancel  Hotplug Internal Pointing Device ( ) Always Enable ( ) Always Disable Figure 15. LID submenu (*) Auto Disable There are two se
Pine BIOS.fm Page 13 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM Exit Menu EXIT MENU Exit (No Save) The Exit Menu provides information about the BIOS, Press
Pine BIOS.fm Page 14 Tuesday, June 4, 2002 10:41 AM LifeBook A Series Notebook BIOS Version Info submenu The Version Info submenu is for display only, and indi- cates information about the BIOS on your system. Version Info Copyright 1983-1999 Insyde Software. All Rights Reserved. Version 1.02 Date: 04/26/02 OK Figure 22. Version Info submenu 14
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