Select Advanced Setup to change values for advanced hardware features, such as cache control, ROM shadowing, and PCI bus control.
A warning message displays above the choices on this menu, to alert you that the system might malfunction if these options are configured incorrectly. Follow the instructions on the screen carefully.
Use the Left Arrow (<) or Right Arrow (>) key to scroll through each data field after you select one of the setup options.
The Advanced Setup choice appears only on the full Configuration/Setup Utility menu.
ACPI Control: Select this choice to enable or disable the advanced configuration and power management interface (ACPI) in the BIOS. You can choose to change the ACPI hardware signature or select an IRQ for ACPI.
Cache Control: Select this choice to enable or disable the microprocessor cache. In addition, you can define the microprocessor cache mode as write-back (WB) or write-through (WT).
Selecting write-back mode will provide the maximum system performance.
Note: If the system does not start (boot) successfully after three attempts, the default configuration is loaded, disabling the cache.
PCI Bus Control: Select PCI Bus Control to get the following choices:
Memory Settings: Select this choice to manually disable or enable a row of memory.
If a memory error is detected during POST or memory configuration, the server can automatically disable the failing row of memory and continue operating with reduced memory capacity. If this occurs, you must manually enable the row of memory after the problem is corrected. Choose Memory Settings from the Advanced Setup menu, then use the the Up Arrow ( ) or Down Arrow ( ) key to highlight the row that you want to enable. Use the Left Arrow (<) or Right Arrow (>) key to select Enable.
Advanced ISA Settings: Select this choice to select the I/O recovery timer settings.
System Service Processor Settings: Select this choice to change the system management processor IRQ.
Plug and Play: Before you can install Plug and Play adapters, you must configure ISA legacy adapters (if applicable) and assign the resources that are used by these adapters. When you install an ISA legacy adapter, you must allocate the system resources that the adapter will use. Select Plug and Play to view and identify these resources, which include:
Select Plug and Play, then, use the Up Arrow ( ) or Down Arrow ( ) key to highlight the assignment that you want to change. Use the Left Arrow (<) or Right Arrow (>) key to select from the list of available choices.
Enter the appropriate values in the Interrupt Resources data fields. These values range from 0 through 15.
The Plug and Play choice appears only on the full Configuration/Setup Utility main menu.
Note: For further details about Plug and Play devices, see 'Plug and Play Technology'.
Error Logs: Select Error Logs to choose to view either the POST error log or the system error log.
POST Error Log: Select POST Error Log to view the three most recent error errors detected and logged during POST. You can clear the Post error log from this screen by selecting Clear error logs.
System Error Log: Select System Error Log to view the system error log. The system error log contains all of the error and warning messages generated during POST and all system status messages from the system management processor. The most recent error is displayed first. Use the Up Arrow ( ) and Down Arrow ( ) keys to move through the system error log. You can clear the system error log by selecting Clear error logs.
Save Settings: After you make configuration changes, review them to be sure that they contain the correct information. If the information is correct, select Save Settings to save the selected changes.
Restore Settings: After you make configuration changes, review them to be sure that they contain the correct information. If the information is incorrect, or if you do not want to save these changes, select Restore Settings to delete the changes and restore the previous settings.
Load Default Settings: If you make configuration changes and then decide that you want to use default values instead, select Load Default Settings to cancel the changes and restore the factory settings.
Exit Setup: Select to exit from the Configuration/Setup utility program. If you have made any changes, you will be asked if you want to make the changes or exit without making the changes.
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