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Table of Contents
  • INTRODUCTION

    16
  • I NTRODUCTION

    17
  • B ENEFITS

    18
  • C ONNECTORS

    19
  • D IMENSIONS

    20
  • Figure 1-4: Data Flow Diagram

    21
  • Table 1-1: IMB-C2160 Specifications

    23
  • PACKING LIST

    25
  • O PTIONAL I TEMS

    27
  • Table 2-2: Optional Items

    28
  • CONNECTORS

    29
  • IMB-C2160 Layout

    30
  • Peripheral Interface Connectors

    31
  • External Interface Panel Connectors

    32
  • Battery Connector

    33
  • CPU Fan Connector

    34
  • CPU Power Connector

    35
  • DDR3 DIMM Slots

    36
  • Digital I/O Connector

    37
  • Front Panel Audio Connector

    38
  • Front Panel Connector

    39
  • FW Programming Connector

    40
  • Infrared Interface Connector

    41
  • Keyboard/Mouse Connector

    42
  • PCH Fan Connector

    43
  • PCIe x4 Slots

    44
  • PCIe x8 Slot

    45
  • PCIe x16 Slot

    46
  • Figure 3-17: SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector Locations

    47
  • Figure 3-18: SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector Locations

    48
  • Figure 3-19: Serial Port Connector ( RS-422/485) Location

    49
  • Figure 3-20: Serial Port Connector ( RS-232) Locations

    50
  • SMBus Connector

    51
  • SPI Connector

    52
  • System Fan Connector

    53
  • Figure 3-24: TPM Connector Location

    54
  • USB Connectors

    55
  • Audio Connector

    56
  • Figure 3-27: Audio Connector

    57
  • Figure 3-29: Keyboard/Mouse Connector

    59
  • Keyboard/Mouse and USB Connector

    60
  • Table 3-27: VGA Connector Pinouts

    62
  • A NTI - STATIC P RECAUTIONS

    64
  • Figure 4-1: Disengage the CPU Socket Load Lever

    67
  • Figure 4-3: Insert the Socket LGA1155 CPU

    68
  • Figure 4-4: Close the Socket LGA1155

    69
  • Figure 4-6: Cooling Kit Support Bracket

    70
  • DIMM Installation

    71
  • J UMPER S ETTINGS

    72
  • Clear CMOS Jumper

    73
  • WOL Mode Select Jumper

    74
  • C ONNECTIONS

    75
  • Figure 4-12: SATA Drive Cable Connection

    76
  • Audio Connection

    77
  • LAN Connection

    78
  • PS/2 Y-Cable Connection

    79
  • Figure 4-16: PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Connector

    80
  • Figure 4-17: Serial Device Connector

    81
  • VGA Monitor Connection

    82
  • Figure 4-19: VGA Connector

    83
  • Getting Help

    86
  • BIOS Menu 1: Main

    87
  • A DVANCED

    88
  • BIOS Menu 3: RTC Wake Settings

    89
  • Trusted Computing

    90
  • CPU Configuration

    91
  • SATA Configuration

    93
  • Intel(R) Rapid Start Technology

    94
  • AMT Configuration

    95
  • USB Configuration

    96
  • F81216 Second Super IO Configuration

    97
  • F81866 Super IO Configuration

    101
  • Serial Port n Configuration

    102
  • F81866 H/W Monitor

    107
  • Smart Fan Mode Configuration

    108
  • BIOS Menu 15: FAN 1 Configuration

    109
  • Serial Port Console Redirection

    111
  • BIOS Menu 16: Serial Port Console Redirection

    112
  • IEI Feature

    113
  • C HIPSET

    114
  • PCH-IO Configuration

    115
  • PCH Azalia Configuration

    116
  • System Agent (SA) Configuration

    117
  • Graphics Configuration

    118
  • Memory Configuration

    120
  • BIOS Menu 24: Memory Configuration

    121
  • S ECURITY

    123
  • BIOS Menu 27:Exit

    124
  • A VAILABLE S OFTWARE D RIVERS

    127
  • Figure 6-1: Introduction Screen

    128
  • Figure 6-3: Chipset Driver Welcome Screen

    129
  • Figure 6-4: Chipset Driver License Agreement

    130
  • Figure 6-6: Chipset Driver Setup Operations

    131
  • C HIPSET D RIVER I NSTALLATION

    132
  • Figure 6-8: Graphics Driver Welcome Screen

    133
  • Figure 6-10: Graphics Driver Setup Operations

    134
  • Figure 6-11: Graphics Driver Installation Finish Screen

    135
  • Figure 6-12: Windows Control Panel

    136
  • Figure 6-14: Device Manager List

    137
  • Figure 6-15: Update Driver Software Window

    138
  • Figure 6-17: LAN Driver Installation

    139
  • Figure 6-19: InstallShield Wizard Welcome Screen

    140
  • Figure 6-20: Audio Driver Software Configuration

    141
  • Figure 6-22: SATA RAID Driver Welcome Screen

    142
  • Figure 6-23: SATA RAID Driver License Agreement

    143
  • Figure 6-25: SATA RAID Driver Setup Operations

    144
  • Figure 6-27: USB 3.0 Driver Welcome Screen

    145
  • Figure 6-28: USB 3.0 Driver License Agreement

    146
  • Figure 6-30: USB 3.0 Driver Setup Operations

    147
  • A BIOS OPTIONS

    151
  • B ONE KEY RECOVERY

    154
  • Figure B-1: IEI One Key Recovery Tool Menu

    155
  • B.2.2 Create Partitions

    159
  • Figure B-2: Launching the Recovery Tool

    160
  • Figure B-4: Command Prompt

    161
  • Figure B-5: Partition Creation Commands

    162
  • B.2.4 Building the Recovery Partition

    164
  • Figure B-8: Building the Recovery Partition

    165
  • B.2.5 Create Factory Default Image

    166
  • Figure B-12: About Symantec Ghost Window

    167
  • Figure B-14: Select a Local Source Drive

    168
  • Figure B-16: File Name to Copy Image to

    169
  • Figure B-18: Image Creation Confirmation

    170
  • Figure B-21: Press Any Key to Continue

    171
  • Figure B-22: Auto Recovery Utility

    172
  • Figure B-25: Building the Auto Recovery Partition

    173
  • Figure B-27: Image Creation Complete

    174
  • BIOS Menu 28: IEI Feature

    175
  • Figure B-29: Partitions for Linux

    176
  • Figure B-30: Manual Recovery Environment for Linux

    177
  • Figure B-31: Access menu.lst in Linux (Text Mode)

    178
  • B.5 R ECOVERY T OOL F UNCTIONS

    179
  • Figure B-34: Restore Factory Default

    180
  • Figure B-35: Recovery Complete Window

    181
  • Figure B-37: System Backup Complete Window

    182
  • B.5.4 Manual

    183
  • B.6.4 Start the DHCP, TFTP and HTTP

    188
  • B.7 O THER I NFORMATION

    192
  • C TERMINOLOGY

    195
  • D WATCHDOG TIMER

    199
  • ITHOUT M ERCURY

    203

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