Abit USA Corporation Computer Hardware AT7E user manual

User manual for the device Abit USA Corporation Computer Hardware AT7E

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Copyright and Warranty Notice

The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not
represent a commitment on part of the vendor, who assumes no liability or responsibility
for any errors that may appear in this manual.
No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, is made with respect to the
quality, accuracy or fitness for any particular part of this document. In no event shall the
manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect, special, inciden

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AT7/AT7E Motherboard User’s Manual Index CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION OF AT7/AT7E FEATURES .................1-1 1-1. FEATURES OF AT7/AT7E MOTHERBOARD ...........................................................1-1 1-2. SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................1-2 1-3. ITEM CHECKLIST ..................................................................................................1-4 1-4. LAYOUT DIAGRAM FOR AT7/AT7E......

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® APPENDIX C. LAN DRIVERS INSTALLATION FOR WINDOWS 2000 C-1 ® APPENDIX D. USB 2.0 DRIVERS INSTALLATION FOR WINDOWS 2000 ................................................................................................ D-1 APPENDIX E. INSTALLING THE WINBOND HARDWARE MONITOR SOFTWARE........................................................................... E-1 APPENDIX F. BIOS UPDATE GUIDE ........................................................ F-1 APPENDIX G. TROUBLESHOOTING (NEED ASSIS

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Introduction of AT7/AT7E Features 1-1 Chapter 1. Introduction of AT7/AT7E Features 1-1. Features of AT7/AT7E Motherboard ™ ™ ™ This motherboard is designed for AMD Socket A Athlon XP, Athlon and Duron processors. It supports the AMD Socket-A structure, with up to 3 GB (Unbuffered) or 3.5 GB (Registered) of memory, super I/O, USB 2.0, IEEE 1394 (For AT7 Full Version Only) and Green PC functions. The AT7/AT7E uses the VIA KT333 and VT8233A chipsets to make the evolutionary move from PC 100

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1- 2 Chapter 1 to the future, giving users a new level of system longevity and flexibility. 1-2. Specifications 1. Processor ™ ! Supports AMD Athlon XP 1500+ ~ 2200+ or future Socket A processors based on 200 MHz/266 MHz (100 MHz/133 MHz Double Data Rate) ™ ! Supports AMD Athlon 700 MHz ~ 1.4 GHz or future Socket A processors based on 200 MHz/266 MHz (100 MHz/133 MHz Double Data Rate) ™ ! Supports AMD Duron 600 MHz ~ 1.2 GHz or future Socket A processors based on 200 MHz (100 M

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Introduction of AT7/AT7E Features 1-3 6. Audio ! Realtek ALC650 (AC-Link) ! Supports 6 CH DAC for AC3 5.1 CH purpose ! Professional digital audio interface supporting 24-bit S/PDIF OUT 7. LAN ! Onboard Realtek 8100B single chip Ethernet controller interface ! 10/100 Mb Operation ! User friendly driver included 8. ABIT Media XP (Optional) ! Supports memory card (MS, SD, CF and MicroDrive) interface ! Supports LPC (Low Pin Count) bus ! Supports SONY MS (Memory Stick) interface/SD (Sec

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1-4 Chapter 1 # Supports Wake On LAN, Modem, but your ATX power supply 5V standby power must be able to provide at least a 720mA current capacity. Otherwise, the functions may not work normally. # HPT 374 IDE controller is designed to support high-speed and high performance mass storage devices. Thus we suggest that you don’t connect non-disk devices that use ATA/ATAPI interfaces, such as CD-ROM to HPT 374 IDE connector (IDE3, IDE4, IDE5 and IDE6). (For AT7 full version only) # This mot

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Introduction of AT7/AT7E Features 1-5 1-4. Layout Diagram for AT7/AT7E Figure 1-1. AT7/AT7E motherboard component location User’s Manual

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1-6 Chapter 1 AT7/AT7E

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Installing the Motherboard 2-1 Chapter 2. Installing the Motherboard This AT7/AT7E motherboard not only provides all standard equipment for classic personal computers, but also provides great flexibility for meeting future upgrade demands. This chapter will introduce step by step all of the standard equipment and will also present, as completely as possible, future upgrade ™ ™ ™ capabilities. This motherboard is able to supports all AMD Socket A Athlon XP, Athlon and Duron processors now

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2-2 Chapter 2 ™ ™ ™ 2-1. Installation of the AMD Athlon XP, Athlon and Duron CPU Note ! Installing a heatsink and cooling fan is necessary for heat to dissipate from your processor. Failing to install these items may result in overheating and processor damage. ! The AMD Socket A processor will produce a lot of heat while operating, so you need to use a large heat sink that is especially designed for the AMD socket A processor. Otherwise, it may result in overheating and processor damage

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Installing the Motherboard 2-3 Heatsink Installation Hints Because the processor will produce a lot of heat while operating, we suggest you use a heatsink approved by AMD to be safe and to keep the processor temperature within normal operation temperatures. The heatsink will be large and heavy, so the fixing plate has a strong tension. When you install the heatsink on to the processor and its socket, you have to very carefully fix the fixing plate to the processor socket hook on both side

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2-4 Chapter 2 Insert a flat screwdriver into the middle slot of the right side fix plate and push down. Then you can push the fix plate over the socket hooks on the right side. Check the photo on the left. Check the photo on the left. You have finished the heatsink installation. Now hold the whole heatsink and slightly shake it, make sure the buttom right side of the heaksink does not contact the right side of the Socket (see bottom picture). Otherwise, the processor die doe

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Installing the Motherboard 2-5 2-2. Installing the Motherboard to the Chassis After you install the processor to the motherboard, you can start to fix the motherboard into the chassis. Most computer chassis will have a base on which there will be many mounting holes that allows the motherboard to be securely attached and at the same time, prevents short circuits. There are two ways to attach the motherboard to the base of chassis: ! With studs ! With spacers Please refer to figure 2-3,

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2-6 Chapter 2 2-3. Installing System Memory This motherboard provides four 184-pin DDR DIMM sites for memory expansion. The DDR SDRAM DIMM sockets support 8 M x 64 (64 MB), 16M x 64 (128 MB), 32 M x 64 (256 MB), 64 M x 64 (512 MB) and 128 M x 64 (1024 MB) or double density DDR SDRAM DIMM modules. Minimum memory is 64 MB and the maximum memory is 3 GB (Unbuffered, PC 1600 and PC 2100) / 2GB (Unbuffered, PC 2700) or 3.5 GB (Registered, PC 1600 and PC 2100) / 3 GB (Registered, PC 2700) DDR S

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Installing the Motherboard 2-7 Step 3. Before touching any electronic components, make sure you first touch an unpainted, grounded metal object to discharge any static electricity stored on your clothing or body. Step 4. Locate your computer’s 184-pin memory expansion DDR DIMM socket. Step 5. Insert the DDR DIMM module into the expansion socket as shown in the illustration. Note how the module is keyed to the socket. You can refer to Figure 2-6 for the details. This insures the DDR D

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2-8 Chapter 2 Note This components diagram will be slightly different because there are a number of models. We’ll use the AT7 full version motherboard as standard; all descriptions of connector and header will be based on the AT7 full version motherboard. All connectors, headers and switches mentioned here, will depend on your system configuration. Some features you may (or may not) have and need to connect or configure depending on the peripheral. If your system doesn't have such add-on

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Installing the Motherboard 2-9 (1). ATX1: ATX Power Input Connector Attach the connector from the power supply to the ATX1 connector here. Remember you have to push the connector from the ATX power supply firmly to the end with the ATX1 connector, insuring that you have a good connection. Note: Watch the pin position and the orientation. Caution If the power supply connectors are not properly attached to the ATX power supply, the power supply or add-on cards may be damaged

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2-10 Chapter 2 (2). FAN1, FAN2, FAN3, FAN4 and FAN5 Headers Attach the connector from the processor fan to the header named FAN1 or FAN2 and connector from the front chassis fan to the header FAN4. Attach the connector from the power fan or back chassis fan to FAN3 header and attache the connector from northbridge fan to the header named FAN5. You must attach the processor fan to the processor, or your processor will work abnormally or may be damaged by overheating. To prevent the com


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