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(1)OPSP BIOS ENGINEERING Intel Corporation, 5200 NE Elam Young Parkway Hillsboro, OR 97124-6497. DATE:. May 10, 2001. FROM:. Intel Customer Support. SUBJECT:. VC82010A.86A Standard BIOS, Production Release 18, Build 0041. About This Release • VC82010A.86A.0041.P18.0104191457 • PXE v. 2.0 (build 74) Features/Errata Fixed in This Release P18-0041 • Fixed issue where audio may become muted after waking from S3. P17-0040 • Added core support for later generation processors. • Fixed an issue with ECCTEST incorrectly logging ECC errors in the event log. • Corrected an issue with a graphically corrupted setup display. • Fixed an issue with PCI Bridges. • Updated to Intel® Express BIOS Update (EBU) version 1.11 • Addresses Pentium® III processor E76 Erratum • Fixed the issue of ACFGXREF test that displaying “High 32-bits of address ignore. • Fixed the issue of “LED doesn’t function correctly while in suspend”. • Fixed the issue of “32 clock retry enable bit set incorrectly”. • Fixed “Strings are not translated” and “Strings and field chopped off” • Fixed issue where system would wake when AC was applied to a board which had a 3Com* 3C905CX-TXM card installed. • Added support in DMI Structure Type 16, and Type 17 for 256/288 MBit RIMM* technology. • Updated algorithm for dynamic generation of BIOS Copyright date at build time. • Fixed the issue of DMI test that displays "Installed memory size is greater than maximum supported memory size." • Fixed the issue of LANDesk® Client Manager test that reporting "Unknown" for COM2. P16-0036 • Audio now functions properly after waking from S3. • Intel Express BIOS Update from version 1.1 included. EBU 1.1 supports update of the BIOS Boot Block and the VPD. • Fixed issue where CMOS Battery Low Failure shows up after resetting the system in the middle of POST. • Enhanced audio Setup option. When both onboard PCI and AC'97 audio devices are detected, the selections will change to "Disabled"/"Onboard PCI"/"AC'97". • Update that allows tape drives and other ATAPI devices to be detected in Windows* 98. • Changed Manufacturing Default for Floppy B to "Not Installed". • Fixed issue where the system would hang if the system has more than 128KB of total option ROM space needed. • Enable COMA port control when PnP OS is selected. • Fixed the issue of bios not being able to recover from CD-ROM with floppy drive attached to the system. • Made ATAPI Zip 100MB format size available in Windows 98. *Third-party marks and brands are the property of their respective owners..

(2) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •. Removed DMA 0 from the list of possible DMA's for the ECP LPT port (ACPI). Fix to setup to enable dynamically shaded fields. Added new AC'97 initialization code. This should be used on ICH & ICH2 products that do not support CNR or AMR slots. Fixed APM BIOS INT15 interface issue. Disabling power management through INT 15 did not work. Fixed the issue of 766-MHz Intel® Celeron™ processor speed being displayed as 800MHz. Fixed issue where some AGP Video Cards Speed are not detected correctly and displays as AGP Speed Unknown in Video Configuration Menu in Setup. Fixed the issue of Bios not displaying date and time error when CMOS battery is corrupted. Changed 'Processor' to 'processor' in Processor Name (POST). Fixed S3 suspend hangs the system. (Windows 98 SE ACPI). Changed the setup default setting for unused boot devices. Fixed DFT 3.1.8 (Mfg defaults) failure. The default option for the Q_On_Lan was the power_on option. It's now set to the stay_off option. Fixed Ultra DMA timing error for ATA-100 devices in ICH platforms. Added a build option to remove delays for Quickturn. Enhanced BIOS build to allow SIO Setup questions to be dynamically hidden. Checked in the translation for some un-translated strings. And updated string translations. Informational text on the IDE configuration sub-menu setup screens will now disappear when not appropriate. For instance, the "Configuration Options Selected By BIOS" string will now disappear when the drive is not found.. P15-0035 • Made the PCI IRQ routing table information match the ACPI described routing information. • Corrected Power LED operation for various system states. • Updated various string translations. • Added support for RIMM Overdrive Factor (ODF) (SPD 1.1). • Changed the way 1 GHz and faster processors are shown in POST and SETUP. (For AA-744046 and AA-A23986 desktop boards only.) • Fixed random register corruption when logging single-bit ECC errors. • Fixed a hang (POST CODE DD) when power is first applied to system. • Removed Video Power Down question. • Added AGP speed informative node. • Corrected Secondary Slave IDE Type question. • Refined the password checksum implementation. P12-0032 • Added support for the Intel (R) Express BIOS Update (EBU) Application to build IntelExpressBIOSUpdate.exe (OS Present Flash Update Utility). • Added core support for later generation processors. • Added support for C0 stepping (CPUID 686) processors. • Enhanced IDE configuration section in BIOS setup menu. • Language Type Information structure is conformed to the SMBIOS specification. • Fixed memory allocation error with Adaptec 3940 card. • Added DEL and F10 keys as methods to enter BIOS setup. • Stuck key detection improved to omit a rapid key stroke as a stuck key. • Updated SMBIOS Event Log Address for products with Boot Block Fault-Tolerance support. • Refined the password checksum implementation. • Added new strings translation. Shorten some strings to make them fit the setup screen. • Shortened length of Video Power Down Help string in Setup. • Enhanced BIOS build to allow SIO Setup questions to be dynamically hidden. • Fixed issue where there is an error if executing the ABSCMOS read after write in CMOS. • Add new Setup string for Rapid BIOS Boot. • Fixed issue when executing iflash /f, the Floppy Controller would get lost in the first reboot.. *Third-party marks and brands are the property of their respective owners..

(3) • • • • • • • • • •. Fixed issue where user cannot see submenus in view only mode. Fixed issues where certain AGP Video Cards were displayed as Integrated AGP. Fixed issues where the DMA Mode of drives are not displayed correctly in the IDE Configuration Menu Fixed SBF operation to minimize impact Improved CPU context restore after option ROM execution. Improved boot floppy and hard disk detection. Modified the GPIO programming to be done earlier in POST. Fixed issue where Windows* will not work correctly going to Sleep State when switching from S3 to S1 in BIOS Setup. Removed AUTO as an option for the "Use ARMD drive as" question. Brought VC82010A.86A BIOS up to the latest CORE code.. P11-0031 • Boot block needs to be updated for this release. • Changed the one shot reset workaround to always reset rather than only after identifying an error. • Added workaround for RAMBUS initialization issue to S3 wake up. • Banner change to P11-0031. • CMOS map changed in this release. • Added workaround for RAMBUS levelization issue. P10-0028 • Boot block needs to be updated for this release. • Fixed issue where board serial number did not show up in SMBIOS structures. • Fixed issue where 850MHz Pentium III processors were reported as 866MHz. • Brought VC82010A.86A BIOS to latest core code. • Standardized SIO function names. • Using newer flash libraries (functionality should be the same). • Fixed security driver for FWH. • Removed unnecessary delays associated with an ATA master on primary channel and an ATAPI master on the secondary channel. • Fixed int15 load BIOS Default path. • Fixed the issue of invalid custom defaults being loaded in BIOS Setup even though no custom defaults have been saved previously. • Updated Date and Time stamps. • Added ability to do source level debugging • Add Fast Table-Driven POST. • Added support for higher frequency processors. • Fixed the issue where invalid CMOS/GPNV error occurred after disabled LPT port from Windows 95/98 APM mode system device manager. • Added support for Simple Boot Flag specification version 1.0. • Implement fix for issue with the Load Custom Default option. • Fix for Fast Table-Driven POST - POST Timer. • Added support for USB legacy for dual USB controllers. • Implement Passwords Checksum fix to prevent phantom password issue. • Implemented PARTIES support. • Fixed issue where a floppy seek was occurring when Quick Boot was enabled in BIOS SETUP. • Fixed issue where the SMBUS base address was not listed in an IO device node. • Fixes SMDXREF issue where the number of type 17s do not match the total shown in Type 16. • Resolved CMOS checksum issue with Intel specific INT15 which forces custom defaults to CMOS. • Enhanced Quiet boot support to add custom BIOS functionality. • Add POST Timer support. • Fixed issues with mouse detection and high-frequency processors. • Fixed issue where BIOS incorrectly detects an option ROM on 3COM EtherLink* XL PCI cards that do not have an option ROM.. *Third-party marks and brands are the property of their respective owners..

(4) • • • •. Fixed DMITEST Failures where the SMBIOS Handle is incorrect for the Memory Structures. Fixed "Memory Error" with Adaptec* 3940 card. Added “Replaceable Module” support. Added support for additional processor steppings.. P09-0026 • This BIOS version was not released • P08-0022 • Resolved WHQL ACPI HCT issue regarding the SBTN lowest wakeable state. P07-0020 • Added support for new, higher-frequency Intel Pentium III Processors. P06-0019 • This version not released P05-0018 • Added fix for WHQL Unreported I/O failure (9.5 HCT). • Enabled Windows 2000 system wake from the S4/Hibernate state via RTC alarm function. • Added S4 OS sleep state support in the BIOS. • Updated ACPI Creator Revision to 1.011. • Added workaround for ICHx frozen RTC issue. • Fixed issue where COM2 wasn't functional after S3. • Optimized event log initialization and updates for faster POST execution. This reduces boot time. • Fixed issue where Processor Serial Number comes up ENABLED in the SETUP when the board is booted for the very first time. • Fixed issue where an incorrect Diagnostic LED display was occurring at boot-time. • Added support for full duplex mode for the Serial Port B. Added Setup question for HalfDuplex/Full-Duplex. • Fixed programming of PCI Subsystem Vendor & Device IDs for CS4281 audio. • Modified the translation for "PCI SlotX IRQ priority" to fit the screen • Corrected "Press F1 toRun SETUP" to "Press F1 to Run SETUP" error message following a CMOS checksum error. • Updated processor support. • Fixed Setup options which could not be changed with ABSCMOS. • Disabled I2O boot device initialization. • Fixed issues with Option ROMs not getting keypresses. • Improve setup message handling. • Fix stuck key handling to allow Setup entry key to be held down without generating keyboard error. • Added support for multiple languages, including Double Byte Character Set(Kanji). • Fixed Type 17 SMBIOS failure. • Fixed hang when booting the Windows 98 CD on a SCSI CDROM, and selecting boot to hard drive when the hard drive is an IDE-HDD. • Fixed hang when an Intel EtherExpress Pro 100 cards with Novell* BootWare is installed the system. • Fixed ATAPI Zip Drive not booting as HDD. • Fixed issue that caused the LAN Setup option in Boot Order to show up blue instead of gray when the • User enters Setup in Limited Mode. • Fixed Wake On LAN* issue with certain network adapter. • Added new speeds to the Maintenance mode "Processor Speed" pick list. • Fixed issue that prevented the system from going into S3 when serial port loopbacks were installed. • Changed the Setup default for the Video Memory Cache Mode option from "Write Combining" to. *Third-party marks and brands are the property of their respective owners..

(5) "Uncached".. P04-0016 • Added fix for potential hot start issue during manufacturing. • Updated support for Intel Pentium III Processors. • Updated copyright string for year 2000. P03-0014 • Initial production release.. *Third-party marks and brands are the property of their respective owners..

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