Making Menu Selections
Making Menu Selections
When you start the EISA Configuration Diskette,
an introductory screen appears. Type CF at the prompt.
After you press Enter, the main menu,
Steps in configuring the computer, appears.
The EISA Configuration program main menu contains five steps:
EISA configuration information: This
step provides information about the differences between the
ISA configuration process and the EISA configuration process.
Add or remove boards: If
the server is configured correctly, this step provides a list
of the devices installed in the EISA expansion slots. The
Add choice allows you to add ISA devices to the
configuration. If EISA adapters are installed in the server, and
you have not copied the .CFG file to the EISA Configuration Diskette,
you are prompted to insert the adapter's configuration
diskette into the diskette drive. The .CFG file is copied
to your diskette.
If the adapter's .CFG file is copied to
the EISA Configuration Diskette
before starting the diskette,
and the adapter is installed in the server,
EISA devices are added automatically.
View or edit details: After
adding EISA or ISA adapters in Step 2, use the
Edit selection of this step to configure them.
Use the Edit Resources selection of this step for complex
configurations. If you change a setting in this step, you might
have to change a switch or jumper setting on
the system board or on a device.
Examine switches or print
Steps 1 and 2 have been completed correctly,
this step displays the correct switch and jumper settings for
the installed devices that have switches and jumpers.
Also, you can choose to print a system configuration report.
Save and exit: This
step allows you to save the configuration
or to discard the changes before exiting the program.
Use the Up Arrow ( ) or Down Arrow ( ) key
to highlight your selection, then press Enter
to make your selection. To help you track your progress,
a checkmark () appears on the main menu next to the
You can access help information through:
- Help windows, which remain active.
- Information windows, which appear automatically
as a result of some configuration activities.
- The Help=F1 prompt, which allows you to access the
Help Menu for screens displaying the prompt. To remove
the Help Menu, press Esc.
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