AOpen DX34 PLUS user manual

User manual for the device AOpen DX34 PLUS

Device: AOpen DX34 PLUS
Size: 2,00 MB
Date of adding : 2014-03-05 14:20:34
Number of pages: 8
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

PS/2 Mouse SPP/ECP/EPP Print Port
Speaker Out
On-board Sound Connector (DX34)
PS/2 Keyboard COM 2 Port COM 1 Port Line In
CD Audio-In (DX34 Only)
AC97 CODEC C hip
(DX34 Only)
WOL (Wake On LAN)
Low ESR Capacitor
Intel 82559 10/100
LAN Controller
Dual CPU Sockets
AGP Pro Slot
Thermal Sensor Connector
CPU #1
CPU #2
CPU Fan Connector
32 Bit PCI Slot x 5
VIA Apollo Pro 133A Chipset
4Mbit Fla

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

1. Installing CPU 1. Pull up the CPU socket level and up to CPU Pin 1 and cut edge 90-degree angle. 2. Locate Pin 1 in the socket and look for a Everything you need to boot this (golden) cut edge on the CPU upper interface. motherboard is included in this Match Pin 1 and cut edge. Then insert the Easy Installation Guide. For more CPU into the socket. information, a complete Online 3. Press down the CPU socket level and finish User's Manual can be found in the CPU installation. Bonus

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3. Installing Thermal Sensor 5. SW1 Setting CPU FSB Frequency & Ratio The Thermal Sensor Connector (CN12 & CN1) provides you to use the thermal sensor ® When you are using the Intel engineer sample CPU with DX34/DX34Plus, the SW1 to detect the CPU temperature of the components on the motherboard. allows you select the CPU ratio from 2x to 9.5 x. You can adjust the SW1 to get the correct CPU working ratio and frequency. ON OFF GND 1 Sensor SW1 Warning: We strongly recommend you do

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6. Install DIMM Modules 8. Connecting Redundant SPS Connector This motherboard implements Redundant SPS connector to provide better expansibility This motherboard has three 168-pin DIMM sockets that allow you to install PC100 or on superior server. It is feasible to install an additional 337-watts power supply module PC133 memory up to 1.5GB. This motherboard supports not only SDRAM but also VCM (optional) in a hot-swappable redundant configuration, which enables a fully-configure

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10. Connecting 68-pin Ultra3 SCSI Cable (DX34 Plus) 12. CD-IN & FAX-Voice Connector (Applied to DX34) The DX34Plus provides two 68-pin Ultra Wide/Ultra 2/3 SCSI connectors for 16-bit If you have installed the CD-ROM drive in the or 16-bit differential SCSI devices. system, the CD-In Connector (CN19) can be connected to audio output connector of internal CD-ROM drive. 68-pin SCSI Ultra3 Connectors This FAX-VOICE connector (CN21) can let the fax sound of Modem device speak out from exter

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16. Power-On and Load BIOS Setup 14. Select Buzzer or Ext. Speaker After you finish the setting of jumpers and connect correct cables. Power on and There is one jumper cap over pin1 and pin2 of JP4 for internal buzzer. If you want to enter the BIOS Setup, press during POST (Power On Self Test). Choose use external case-mounted speaker instead of internal buzzer, please remove jumper "Load Default Setting" for recommended optimal performance. cap to short pin2 and pin3. Del 1 JP4

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Part Number and Serial Number If you encounter any trouble to boot you system, follow the procedures accordingly to resolve the problem. The Part Number and Serial number are printed on bar code label. You can find this bar code label on the outside packing, on ISA/CPU slot or on component side of PCB. For example: Start Turn off the power and unplug the AC power cable, then remove all of the addon cards and cables, including VGA, IDE, FDD, COM1, COM2 and Printer. Part No. Serial No

Summary of the content on the page No. 8

Online Manual: Please check the manual carefully and make sure the jumper settings and installation procedure are correct. 1 1 Dear Customer, Test Report: We recommend to choose board/card/device from the Thanks for choosing AOpen products. To provide the best and fastest service to compatibility test reports for assembling your PC. 2 our customer is our first priority. However, we receive numerous emails and 2 http://www.aopen.c

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