ZIP Emulation Type

ZIP Emulation Type

Option name:

ZIP Emulation Type

Possible values of an option:

[FDD], [HDD]

The option description:

The given option defines, how the external ZIP-drive with interface USB will be presented: as a replaceable disk ([FDD]) or as a hard disk ([HDD]). In most cases more preferably the first variant.

Than the choice of wrong value threatens? Depending on emulation type search of the main loading record is carried out (Master Boot Records), the information on sections is read out. So, if you have specified not that type or there was an error in its automatic definition, you cannot be loaded from the given store and, probably, will be deprived access to the information stored on it. In general, anything irreparable.

Other options identical to destination:

USB ZIP Emulation Type

XD Technology

XD Technology

Option name:

XD Technology

Possible values of an option:

[Enabled], [Disabled]

The option description:

The majority of modern processors allow is hardware to forbid execution of programs from the area obviously intended for data storage, instead of a code (so-called DEP in terms Microsoft or NX and XD bit in terms of manufacturers of processors). Thus additional protection of the computer against hacker attacks, viruses, etc. threats is provided. If your processor supports this technology, include ([Enabled]) this option. Well and for earlier models of the processors deprived of support of this function, establish value [Disabled].

Hardware support of an interdiction of execution of a code of programs from area of the data has appeared for the first time in processors of firm AMD Athlon 64 (and Sempron on their basis). Company Intel has entered this mechanism since last updatings Pentium 4 (and Celeron on their base).

Other options identical to destination:

Execute Disable Bit

Execute Disable Function

Intel XD Bit

No-Execute Memory Protect

NX BIOS Control

NX Technology

Write to Read delay (Twtr)

Write to Read delay (Twtr)

Option name:

Write to Read delay (Twtr)

Possible values of an option:

Depend on memory type, there can be a variant [Auto]

The option description:

The minimum time between the termination of operation of record and command giving on reading (parametre tWRT or, in other sources, tWTR). Considering that few manufacturers result value of this parametre for the modules of memory, installation [Auto] will be an optimum variant.

Other options identical to destination:

TWTR

TWTR

TwTr Command Delay

Write to Read Delay

Write to Read Delay

Write to Read Delay

Option name:

Write to Read Delay

Possible values of an option:

Depend on memory type, there can be a variant [Auto]

The option description:

The minimum time between the termination of operation of record and command giving on reading (parametre tWRT or, in other sources, tWTR). Considering that few manufacturers result value of this parametre for the modules of memory, installation [Auto] will be an optimum variant.

Other options identical to destination:

TWTR

TwTr Command Delay

Write to Read delay (Twtr)

Write Recovery Time (tWR)

Write Recovery Time (tWR)

Option name:

Write Recovery Time (tWR)

Possible values of an option:

Depend on memory type, there can be a variant [Auto]

The option description:

Establishes a delay between the termination of operation of record and the beginning of regeneration of memory (a parametre part tRAS). Usually this parametre name time of restoration for the record cycle, the reduced designation — tWR. For memory SDRAM delays in [1] or [2] steps are characteristic, DDR SDRAM is characterised by delays from [1] to [4] steps, DDR2 SDRAM — from [1] to [6] steps, DDR3 SDRAM — from [1] to [15] steps. As to find correct value of this parametre for concrete modules of memory happens difficult enough, installation [Auto] will be an optimum variant.

Other options identical to destination:

DRAM Write Recovery Time

TWR

TWR

Write Recovery Time

Write recovery time (Twr)

Write Precompensation

Write Precompensation

Option name:

Write Precompensation

The option description:

If you have decided to set independently hard disk parametres by means of this option you can specify number of the cylinder (track) with which preliminary indemnification of record begins. For modern hard disks this parametre has lost the urgency and is not used (value, usually, [0]).

Other options identical to destination:

Precomp

WPcom

Write Latency

Write Latency

Option name:

Write Latency

Possible values of an option:

[1T], [2T], there can be a variant [Auto]

The option description:

Defines a delay at record operation in memory (parametre tWCL). For небуферизированных modules it is always equal [1] step ([1T]), for буферизированных — [2] steps ([2T]). [Auto] will allow to establish the necessary value automatically.

Other options identical to destination:

TWCL

WPcom

WPcom

Option name:

WPcom

The option description:

If you have decided to set independently hard disk parametres by means of this option you can specify number of the cylinder (track) with which preliminary indemnification of record begins. For modern hard disks this parametre has lost the urgency and is not used (value, usually, [0]).

Other options identical to destination:

Precomp

Write Precompensation

WOR (RI#) From Soft-Off

WOR (RI#) From Soft-Off

Option name:

WOR (RI#) From Soft-Off

Possible values of an option:

[Enabled], [Disabled]

The option description:

Specifies, whether the computer (value [Enabled]) or not (a variant [Disabled]) should clear up at call receipt on the modem connected to a telephone line. Usually it is not necessary.

Other options identical to destination:

Modem Ring Resume

Power On By External Modems

Power On By Modem

Power On by Ring

PWR Up On External Modem Act

PWR Up On Modem Act

Resume by Ring

Resume On Ring

Ring Wake Up

Wake on Modem Ring

Wake On Ring

Wake up by Ring

Wake Up On Codec

Wake Up On Ring

Wake Up/Power On By Ring

WOL (PME#) From Soft-Off

WOL (PME#) From Soft-Off

Option name:

WOL (PME#) From Soft-Off

Possible values of an option:

[Enabled], [Disabled]

The option description:

Specifies, whether the computer (value [Enabled]) or not (a variant [Disabled]) should clear up at receipt of a "magic" package on a network. In most cases such necessity is not present.

The network adapter of the computer which is in a mode on duty, carries out monitoring of all data coming on a network. Having received "a magic" package (Magic Packet) — a package generated in special way, — the network adapter gives a command on computer inclusion.

Other options identical to destination:

MAC Resume From S3/S4

MACPME Power Up Control

Power On By Onboard LAN

Power Up By Onboard LAN

Resume by LAN

Resume By WOL

Resume on LAN

Resume on LAN/PME#

Wake On LAN

Wake on LAN from S5

Wake Up On LAN

WakeUp by Onboard LAN

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