AMI BIOS provides two start-up hot keys, “J” and “F” to give a way out of stability problems due to
improper CMOS setting and over-clocking. That is, to press “J” key at the same time to switch on
the system, which re-detects CPU brand and allows user to select again in the CMOS setup. To
press “F” key at the same time to switch on the system, which clears all CMOS settings (except
TI-810+ provides the easiest way for the assembling and upgrading through the plug and play function. There is no jumper or DIP switch on board and all necessary hardware settings are made through CMOS setup. TI-810+ is feature with the auto-detecting CPU brand, core voltage and whereas the CPU speed is selected in CMOS setup menu by the instruction of users.
The 133FSB CPU can't be used in TI-810+ motherboard, but it can be used in TI-810+E series motherboard.
Dynamic Graphics Memory Allocation on System Memory up to 11MB.
You can download the newest BIOS from TIGA homepage.
(Suggest to user: If your system working fine, please don't upgrade your BIOS.)
Clearing CMOS is convenient with TIGA software configurable motherboards. Pressing "F" key while switching on the machine will clear CMOS except BIOS password.
1. Ensure the machine is unplugged from power supply and all external devices liked monitor
For your information, pressing "J" key while switching on the machine will not clear anything but just start the system in a safe mode and let you enter CMOS setup to correct the CPU settings. This "J" hotkey is useful if you cannot startup the system because of overclocking too much or incorrect CPU setting in CMOS.
Click here to see the instructions for TIGA motherboard driver installation
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