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54 Using the System Setup Program and UEFI Boot Manager
SATA Settings Displays a screen to enable or disable the integrated
SATA controller and ports. See "SATA Settings Screen"
on page 56.
Boot Settings Displays a screen to specify the boot mode (BIOS or
UEFI). For BIOS boot mode, you can also specify the
boot devices. See "Boot Settings Screen" on page 57.
Integrated Devices Displays a screen to enable or disable integrated device
controllers and ports, and to specify related features and
options. See "Integrated Devices Screen" on page 58.
PCI IRQ Assignment Displays a screen to change the IRQ assigned to each of
the integrated devices on the PCI bus, and any installed
expansion card that requires an IRQ. See "PCI IRQ
Assignment Screen" on page 59.
Serial Communication Displays a screen to enable or disable the serial ports and
specify related features and options. See "Serial
Communication Screen" on page 59.
Displays a screen to configure the front-panel
LCD options and to set a user-defined LCD string.
See "Embedded Server Management Screen (Optional)"
on page 60.
Power Management Enables you to manage power usage of the processor,
fans, and memory modules with preconfigured or
customized settings. See "Power Management Screen"
on page 60.
System Security Displays a screen to configure the system password and
setup password features. See "System Security Screen"
on page 61.
Determines whether your system starts up with the
NumLock mode activated on 101- or 102-key keyboards
(does not apply to 84-key keyboards).
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