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=== Save & Exit ===
=== Save & Exit ===
Revision as of 11:19, 13 May 2015
Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) standard defines firmware interface. The fundamental purposes of BIOS is to initialize, test system hardware, and load a bootloader or operating system from mass memory. BIOS also provides an abstraction layer for hardware, a consistent way for application programs and operating systems to interact with the keyboard, display, and other input/output devices.
- BIOS code stored in non-volatile SNOR flash memory and accessed during power up phase.
- BIOS technology is in transitional process toward the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) since 2010. UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. UEFI images provide legacy support for BIOS services.
- BIOS vendor is American Megatrends Inc. (AMI).
- BIOS can be accessed by pressing Del during power up phase.
The screen provides date, time and boot features settings, as well as basic system information.
Advanced screen contains most of system features and functionality configurations. Warning: Setting items on this screen to incorrect values may cause the system to malfunction.
2.2.1 PCI Settings
PCI Latency Timer: TBD VGA Palette Snoop: TBD PERR# Generation: TBD SERR# Generation: TBD Relaxed Ordering: TBD Extended Tag: TBD No Snoop: TBD Maximum Payload: TBD Maximum Read Request: TBD ASPM Support: TBD Extended Synch: TBD Link Training Retry: TBD Link Training Timeout (uS): TBD Restore PCIE Registers: TBD
2.2.2 Power Settings
ACPI Auto Configuration: TBD Hibernation State: TBD Sleep State: TBD Lock Legacy Resources: TBD Restore on AC Power Loss: TBD APU TDP: TBD
2.2.3 TPM Settings
Security Device Support: TBD
2.2.4 CPU Settings
PSS Support: TBD PSTATE Adjustment: TBD NX Mode: TBD SVM Mode: TBD C6 Mode: TBD CPB Mode: TBD Core Leveling Mode: TBD
2.2.5 Video Settings
Integrated Graphics: TBD UMA Frame Buffer Size: TBD Remote Display Feature: TBD HDMI Audio: TBD IOMMU: TBD PSPP Policy: TBD
2.2.6 SATA Settings
OnChip SATA Channel: TBD OnChip SATA Type: TBD OnChip IDE Mode: TBD SATA IDE Combined Mode: TBD
2.2.7 Memory Settings
Memory Clock: TBD Memory Clear: TBD
220.127.116.11 Memory Configuration
Memory Hole Remapping: TBD Bank Interleaving: TBD Memory Hole 15MB – 16MB: TBD
18.104.22.168 Socket Information
2.2.8 SDIO Settings
SDIO Access Mode: TBD Mass Storage Device Emulation Type: TBD
2.2.9 USB Settings
Legacy USB Support: TBD XHCI Hand-off: TBD EHCI Hand-off: TBD USB Mass Storage Driver Support: TBD Port 60/64 Emulation: TBD USB transfer timeout: TBD Device reset timeout: TBD Device power-up delay: TBD
Setup Prompt Timeout: TBD Bootup Numlock State: TBD Quiet Boot: TBD Fast Boot: TBD SATA Support : TBD VGA Support: TBD USB Support: TBD PS2 Device Support: TBD Network Stack Driver Support: TBD UEFI Boot: TBD Boot Mode Select: TBD
Fixed Boot Order Priorities: TBD
2.3.1 CSM16 Parameters TBD
GateA20 Active: TBD Option ROM Messages: TBD INT19 Trap Response: TBD
2.3.2 CSM Parameters TBD
Launch CSM: TBD Boot option filter: TBD Launch PXE OpROM policy: TBD Launch Storage OpROM policy: TBD Launch Video OpROM policy: TBD Other PCI device ROM priority: TBD
2.3.3 USB Key Drive BBS Priorities TBD
Administrator Password: TBD User Password: TBD
2.4.1 Secure Boot Menu TBD
Secure Boot: TBD Secure Boot Mode: TBD Key Management: TBD
Save & Exit
The exit screen provides options to save or discard changes before exiting BIOS.