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					POST Code
     User's Guide
                                                                                      Error Code - 00
Note:  1                             (00) Check the power supply. If the +5 is too low the memory will fail, giving you a (00) error.
Note:  2                             (00) If operating system is not installing, remove CMOS battery to clear the CMOS Memory.
AMI WinBIOS                          (00) Copying of Code to specific area done, Going to give controls to INT 19 boot loader. NOTE: In some system is Memory errors. Replace
                                         memory
AMI Hi-Flex                          (00) System configuration is displayed. going to give control to INT 19h boot loader.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91           (00) Going to give control to INT 19H boot loader.
AMI after 4/9/90                     (00) System ROM control at E000 over now give control to Int 19h boot loader.
AMI before 4/9/90                    (00) Control given to INT 19h boot loader.
Mr. BIOS 4.0v                        (00) Cold boot begins
                                                                                      Error Code - 01
AMI WinBIOS                          (01) Processor register test about to start, and NMI to be disabled.
AMI Hi-Flex                          (01) Processor register test about to start, and NMI to be disabled.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91           (01) Processor register test about to start, and NMI to be disabled.
AMI after 4/9/90                     (01) NMI disabled and 286 register test about to start.
AMI before 4/9/90                    (01) NMI disabled and 286 register test about to start.
AST                                  (01) Test CPU registers.
Award 3.x, 4.2, 4.0, 4.50 and 4.51   (01) Processor test 1; Processor status (1FLAGS) verification; Tests the following processor status flags carry, zero, sign, overflow; The BIOS
                                          will set each of these flags, verify they are set then turn each flag off and verify it is off.
Chip & Technologies                  (01) Flag register.
Dell                                 (01) (Beeps)=1-1-2 Test CPU register.
IBM AT                               (01) 80286 Processor test (real mode) - flags, regs.(PS/2-Processor validation)
Mr. BIOS v4.0                        (01) Hook 00. OEM specific. Typically resets chipset to default.
Phoenix Generic                      (01) [Beep]=none 80286 register test in-progress.
Zenith Generic                       (01) Test CPU register.
                                                                                      Error Code - 02
AMI Win BIOS                         (02) NMI is disabled. Power on delay starting.
AMI Hi-Flex                          (02) NMI is disabled. Power on delay starting.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91           (02) Power on delay starting.
AMI after 4/9/90                     (02) 286 register test over.
AMI before 4/9/90                    (02) 286 register test over.
AST                                  (02) Test CPU register.
Award Ver.4.0, 4.2, 4.5 and 4.51     (02) Processor test 2; Read/write/verify all CPU registers except SS, SP and BP with data pattern FF & 00.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver3.xx               (02) Determine status of manufacturing jumper.
Chips & technologies                 (02) Test CPU register.
Dell                                 (02) (Beeps)=1-1-3 CMOS write/read test
IBM AT                               (02) ROM Checksum Test 1 - Test 32K ROM POST, BASIC & BIOS.
Mr. BIOS v4.0                        (02) Disable critical I/O: 6845s, 765, and parity latches.
Phoenix 4.0, Phoenix 6.0             (02) Verify real-mode operation (Beep) = 1-1-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                         (02) CPU Flags test.
Phoenix Generic                      (02) [Beep]=1-1-3 CMOS write/read test in-progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS                    (02) CPU Flags test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                      (02) Flag Test.
Zenith Generic                       (02) Cache and CLIO test.


                                                                                                                                                                                       A-1
Zenith 4.xx                     (02) Cold boot beginning.
                                                                                 Error Code - 03
AMI WinBIOS                     (03) Power on delay complete. To check soft reset/power-on.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (03) Power on delay complete. Any initialization before keyboard BAT is in progress.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (03) Any initialization before keyboard BAT is in progress.
AMI after 4/9/90                (03) ROM BIOS checksum (32K at F800:0) passed.
AMI before 4/9/90               (03) ROM checksum OK.
AST                             (03) Test 8042 keyboard controller reset.
Award Plug-and-Play             (03) Initialize EISA registers (EISA) BIOS only).
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (03) Initialize Chips; Disable NMI, PIE, AIE, UEI, SQWV, disable video, parity checking, DMA; Reset math Coprocessor; Clear all page
                                     registers, CMOS shutdown byte; Initialize timer 0,1 and 2 including set EISA timer to a known state; Initialize DMA controllers 0 and 1;
                                     Initialize interrupt controller 0 and 1; Initialize EISA extended registers.
Award Ver 4.0                   (03) Calculate BIOS EPROM and sign-on message checksum; fail if not 0.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver 3.xx         (03) Clear 8042 keyboard controller.
Chips & Technologies            (03) ROM did not checksum.
Dell                            (03) (Beeps)=1-1-4 ROM BIOS checksum is bad.
IBM AT                          (03) CMOS Shutdown Byte Test-Rolling Bit ptrn.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (03) ROM-BIOS Checksum test. (Beep) = LH-LLL
Phoenix 3.07, Phoenix 6.0       (03) Disable Non-Maskable Interrupt (NMI)
Phoenix Generic                 (03) [Beep]=1-1-4 BIOS ROM checksum in-progress or failure.
Zenith Generic                  (03) ISP defaults.
Zenith 4.xx                     (03) Initialization.
                                                                                 Error Code - 04
Acer                            (04) Start testing.
AMI WinBIOS                     (04) Call 808-909 W0W-DIAG
AMI Hi-Flex                     (04) Any initialization before keyboard BAT is complete. Reading keyboard SYS bit, to check soft reset / power-on.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (04) Reading keyboard SYS bit, to check soft reset/power On.
AMI after 4/9/90                (04) Keyboard controller test with and without mouse passed.
AMI before 4/9/90               (04) 8259 initialization OK.
AST                             (04) Low level keyboard communication, keyboard ID verification.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (04) Test memory refresh toggle; RAM must be periodically refreshed in order to keep the memory from decaying. This function assures that
                                     the memory refresh function is working properly.
Award Ver. 4.0                  (04) Test CMOS RAM I/O port interface and verify battery power is available (bat. status = 1).
Award PC/XT/AT Ver 3.xx         (04) Reset 8042.
Chips & Technologies            (04) DMA Controller failed.
Dell                            (04) (Beeps)=1-2-1 Programmable interval timer failed.
IBM AT                          (04) 8254 Timer 1 All Bits ON - Set timer count & check.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (04) DMA Page register test. (Beep) = LH-HLL
Phoenix 4.0, Phoenix 6.0        (04) Get the CPU type (Beep) = 1-1-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (04) CPU register test.
Phoenix Generic                 (04) [Beep]=1-2-1 Programmable Interval Timer test in-progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (04) CPU Register test
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (04) Register Test.
Zenith Generic                  (04) Protected mode.


A-2
Zenith 4.xx                   (04) Flash checksum.
                                                                               Error Code - 05
ALR BIOS                      (05) DMA initialization failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (05) Soft reset/ power-on determined. Going to enable ROM. i.e. disable shadow RAM/Cache if any.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (05) Going to enable ROM. i.e. disable shadow RAM/cache if any.
AMI after 4/9/90              (05) Chipset initialization over, DMA and interrupt controller disabled.
AMI before 4/9/90             (05) CMOS pending interrupt disabled.
AST                           (05) Read keyboard input port.
Chips & Technologies          (05) System timer bad.
Award Plug-and-Play, 4.51     (05) Keyboard controller self-test enable keyboard interface.
Award BIOS w/SETUP Ver. 4.5   (05) Blank video, Initialize keyboard; Keyboard controller initialization.
Award Ver. 4.0                (05) Initialize Chips; Disable NMI, PIE, AIE, UEI, SQWV, disable video, parity checking, DMA; Reset math Coprocessor; Clear all page
                                    registers, CMOS shutdown byte; Initialize timer 0,1 and 2 including set EISA timer to a known state; Initialize DMA controllers 0 and 1;
                                    Initialize interrupt controller 0 and 1; Initialize EISA extended registers.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver 3.xx       (05) Get manufacturing status, reset if set (loop 1-5).
Dell                          (05) (Beeps)=1-2-2 DMA initialization bad.
IBM AT                        (05) 8254 Timer 1 All Bits OFF - set timer count & check.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0             (05) 8042 (keyboard controller) self-test. (Beep) = LH-LHL
Phoenix Generic               (05) [Beep]=1-2-2 DMA initialization in-progress or failure.
Zenith Generic                (05) Memory SIMMS count.
Zenith 4.xx                   (05) Jump into flash code is working.
                                                                               Error Code - 06
AMI WinBIOS & Hi-Flex         (06) ROM is enabled. Calculating ROM BIOS checksum, and waiting for Keyboard controller input buffer to be free.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/9     (06) Calculating ROM BIOS checksum.
AMI after 4/9/90              (06) Video disabled and system timer test begin.
AMI before 4/9/90             (06) Video disabled and system timer counting OK.
AST                           (06) Support chipset initialize.
Award BIOS w/SETUP Ver. 4.5   (06) Reserved.
Award Ver. 4.0                (06) Test memory refresh toggle; RAM must be periodically refreshed in-order to keep the memory from decaying. This function assures that
                                    the memory refresh function is working properly.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx      (06) Initialize chips.
Chips & Technologies          (06) 64K RAM Failed.
Dell                          (06) (Beeps)=1-2-3 DMA register write/read failed.
IBM AT                        (06) 8237 DMA 0 Init., Chan., Registers Test.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0             (06) Game port initiation: 8327 master channel 2/1. RTC REG F/A, 8259 master.
Phoenix 4.0, Phoenix 6.0      (06) Initialize system hardware (Beep) = 1-1-2-3
Phoenix 3.07                  (06) Initialize system hardware.
Phoenix Generic               (06) [Beep]=1-2-3 DMA page register write/read test in-progress or fail.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (06) Initialize system hardware
Quadtel AT BIOS               (06) System Hardware Initialization.
Zenith Generic                (06) Test memory controller.
Zenith 4.xx                   (06) Reset.
                                                                               Error Code - 07

                                                                                                                                                                               A-3
AMI WinBIOS                  (07) ROM BIOS checksum passed. CMOS shutdown register test to be done next.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (07) ROM BIOS checksum passed, Keyboard controller I/B free. Going to issue the BAT command to keyboard controller.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (07) Going to issue the BAT command to keyboard controller.
AMI after 4/9/90             (07) CH-2 of 8254 initialization half way.
AMI before 4/9/90            (07) CH-2 of 8253 test OK
Award Plug-and-Play          (07) Verifies CMOS’s basis R/W functionality.
Award BIOS 4.50 and 4.51     (07) Test CMOS interface and battery status; Verifies CMOS is working correctly, detects bad battery.
Award Ver. 4.0               (07) Setup low memory; Early chip set initialization; Memory presence test; OEM chip set routines; Clear low 64K of memory; Test first 64K
                                 memory; clear lower 256K of memory, enable parity checking and test parity in lower 256K; test lower 25 If the BIOS detects error 2C , 2E,
                                 or 30 (base 512K RAM error), it displays 6K memory. Set up stack, beep.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (07) Read/write/verify CPU registers.
Chips & Technologies         (07) 64K RAM failed data test (Base Memory)
IBM AT                       (07) 8237 DMA 1 initialize. Chan., Reg. Test.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (07) Hook 01. OEM specific, typically disables cache, shadow.
Zenith Generic               (07) Test block.
Zenith 4.xx                  (07) CLIO initialization command default.
                                                                             Error Code - 08
ACER                         (08) Shutdown 0.
AMI WinBIOS                  (08) CMOS shutdown register test done. CMOS checksum calculation to be done next.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (08) BAT command to keyboard controller is issued. Going to verify the BAT command.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (08) Going to verify the BAT command.
AMI after 4/9/90             (08) CH-2 of timer initialization over.
AMI before 4/9/90            (08) CH-2 delta count test OK
Award BIOS 4.50 and 4.51     (08) Setup low memory; Early chip set initialization; Memory presence test; OEM chip set routines; Clear low 64K of memory; Test first 64K
                                  memory; clear lower 256K of memory, enable parity checking and test parity in lower 256K; test lower 256K memory. Set up stack, beep.
Award Ver. 4.0               (08) Setup interrupt vector table in lower 1K RAM area; Initialize first 120 interrupt vectors with SPURIOUS_INT_HDLR and initialize INT
                                  00h-1Fh according to INT_TBL.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (08) Initialize CMOS timer.
Chips &Technologies          (08) Interrupt Controller bad.
Dell                         (08) (Beeps)=1-3-1 RAM refresh verification failed.
IBM AT                       (08) DMA Page Register Test - Write/Read all Registers.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (08) Memory Refresh toggle test (Port B): For v1.0A-Pattern Test 8259 mask register. (Beep) = LH-HHL
Phoenix 3.07, 4.0 and 6.0    (08) Initialize chipset registers with POST values.
Phoenix Generic              (08) [Beep]=1-3-1 RAM refresh verification in-progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (08) Initialize chip set registers
Quadtel AT BIOS              (08) Initialize Chip Set Registers.
Zenith Generic               (08) Test 1M of RAM
Zenith 4.xx                  (08) Initialized SYSCFG register.
                                                                             Error Code - 09
AMI TTIBIOS                  (09) First 64-KB RAM test in progress.
AMI WinBios                  (09) CMOS checksum calculation is done, CMOS diag byte written. CMOS initialize to begin.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (09) Keyboard controller BAT result verified. Keyboard command byte to be written next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (09) Keyboard command byte to be written next.


A-4
AMI after 4/9/90                (09) CH-1 of timer initialization over.
AMI before 4/9/90               (09) CH-1 delta count test OK.
AST                             (09) Verify BIOS ROM checksum, flush external cache.
Award PnP and 4.51              (09) Program the configuration register of Cyrix CPU. OEM specific cache initialization.
Award BIOS w/SETUP Ver. 4.5     (09) Early Cache initialization; Cyrix CPU initialization; cache initialization.
Award Ver. 4.0                  (09) Test CMOS RAM checksum; beep; also test extended storage of parameters in the motherboard chipset; if not warm-booting, display the
                                     Test CMOS RAM checksum message, if bad, or insert key pressed, load defaults if bad.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (09) Check BIOS Checksum.
Chips & Technologies.           (09) Unexpected interrupt is occurring.
Dell                            (09) (Beeps)=1-3-2 Test first 64K RAM.
IBM AT                          (09) Storage Refresh Test - Verify Refresh is occurring.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (09) Master (16 bit) DMA Controller Failure. Salve (8 bit) DMA Controller Failure. Pattern test master/slave 8237s, eight 16-bit regs each.: For
                                     v1.0A-Test refresh toggle.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (09) Set POST flag. (Beep) = 1-1-3-2
Phoenix Generic                 (09) [Beep]=none 1st 64K RAM test in-progress.
Zenith Generic                  (09) Test ROM checksum.
Zenith 4.xx                     (09) Pre-slush CMOS errors words initialization.
                                                                                 Error Code - 0A
AMI TTIBIOS                     (0A) First 64-KB RAM chip or data line multi-bit failure.
AMI WinBIOS                     (0A) CMOS initialization done (if any).
AMI Hi-Flex                     (0A) Keyboard command byte code is issued. Going to write command byte data.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (0A) Going to write command byte data.
AMI after 4/9/90                (0A) CH-0 of timer initialization over.
AMI before 4/9/90               (0A) CH-0 delta count test OK
Award Plug-and-Play             (0A) Initialize the first 32 interrupt vectors. Initialize INTs 33 to 120. Early Power Management initialization.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (0A) Setup interrupt vector table in lower 1K RAM area; Initialize first 120 interrupt vectors with SPURIOUS_INT_HDLR and initialize INT
                                     00h-1Fh according to INT_TBL.
Award Ver. 4.0                  (0A) Initialize keyboard; Detect type of keyboard controller (optional 8242 or 8248, with Nedadon XOR gate control); Set NUM_LOCK status.
                                     Reset keyboard test keyboard controller interface to verify it returned AAH and responded to enable/disable commands, set keyboard
                                     buffer, enable keyboard and keyboard interrupts for normal use, beep, halt.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (0A) Initialize Video controller.
Chips & Technologies            (0A) Timer cannot interrupt.
Dell                            (0A) (Beeps)=1-3-3 The 1st 64K RAM, data line failed.
IBM AT                          (0A) 8042 Interface Test, Soft Reset.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (0A) Base 64K memory test. Pattern Test, Parity Circuitry, Parity error, Data Bus, Address Bus, Block Access Read and Write. (Beep) = LH-
                                     LLLL or (Beep) = LH-HLHL
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (0A) Initialize CPU registers. (Beep) = 1-1-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (0A) Perform BIOS checksum test.
Phoenix Generic                 (0A) [Beep]=1-3-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - multi-bit.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (0A) Perform BIOS checksum test
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (0A) BIOS ROM Checksum.
                                                                                 Error Code - 0B
AMI TTIBIOS                     (0B) First 64-KB RAM odd/even logic failure.


                                                                                                                                                                                   A-5
AMI WinBIOS                    (0B) CMOS status register initialize done.
AMI Hi-Flex                    (0B) Keyboard controller command byte is written. Going to issue Pin-23,24 blocking/unblocking command.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (0B) Going to issue pin-23,24 blocking/unblocking command.
AMI after 4/9/90               (0B) Refresh started.
AMI before 4/9/90              (0B) Parity status cleared
Award Plug-and-Play            (0B) Verify the RTC time is valid or not. Detect bad battery. Read CMOS data into BIOS stack area. Perform PnP initializations. Assign I/O &
                                   Memory for PCI devices (PCI BIOS Only).
Award Ver 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (0B) Test CMOS RAM checksum; beep; also test extended storage of parameters in the motherboard chipset; if not warm-booting, display the
                                     Test CMOS RAM checksum message, if bad, or insert key pressed, load defaults if bad.
Award Ver 4.0                  (0B) Initialize video interface; Detect CPU clock; Read CMOS location 14b to find out type of video in use; Detect and initialize video card..
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx       (0B) 8254 timer, channel 0 test.
Chips & Technologies           (0B) CPU protected mode.
Dell                           (0B) (Beeps)1-3-4 The 1st 64K RAM odd/even logic failure.
IBM AT                         (0B) 8042 Interface Test, Reset 8042.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (0B) Pattern test master/slave 8259 mask regs; For v1.0A-Same. Master (Beep) = LH-LLLHL or Slave (Beep) = LH-HHHL
Phoenix 6.0                    (0B) Enable CPU Cable - Check CPU Jumpers
Phoenix Generic                (0B) [Beep]=1-3-4 1st 64K RAM odd/even logic failure.
                                                                                Error Code - 0C
AMI TTIBIOS                    (0C) Address line failure first 64-KB RAM.
AMI WinBIOS                    (0C) KB controller I/B free. Going to issue the BAT command to keyboard controller.
AMI Hi-Flex                    (0C) Pin-3,24 of keyboard controller is blocked/ unblocked. NOP command of keyboard controller to be issued next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (0C) NOP command of keyboard controller to be issued next.
AMI after 4/9/90               (0C) System timer started.
AMI before 4/9/90              (0C) Refresh & system timer OK
Award Plug-and-Play            (0C) Initialization of the BIOS data area (40:00-40:FF).
Award Ver. 4.5 and 4.51        (0C) Initialize keyboard; Detect type of keyboard controller (optional 8242 or 8248, with Nedadon XOR gate control); Set NUM_LOCK status.
                                     Reset keyboard test keyboard controller interface to verify it returned AAH and responded to enable/disable commands, set keyboard
                                     buffer, enable keyboard and keyboard interrupts for normal use, beep, halt.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx       (0C) 8254 timer, channel 1 test.
Chips & Technologies           (0C) DMA register failure.
Dell                           (0C) (Beeps)=1-4-1 1st 64K RAM address line failure.
IBM AT                         (0C) 8042 Interface Test, Test OK.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (0C) Master and Slave 8259 Interrupt Address failure / IRQ test, purge power up INTS: For v1.0A-Same. (Beep) = LH-HLLH or LH-LHHH
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0            (0C) Initialize cache to initial POST values.
Phoenix 3.07                   (0C) Test DMA page registers.
Phoenix Generic                (0C) [Beep]=1-4-1 1st 64K RAM address line failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS              (0C) Test DMA page registers
Quadtel AT BIOS                (0C) DMA Page Register Test.
                                                                               Error Code - 0D
AMI TTIBIOS                    (0D) Parity failure first 64-KB RAM.
AMI WinBIOS                    (0D) BAT command to keyboard controller is issued. Going to verify the BAT command.
AMI Hi-Flex                    (0D) NOP command processing is done. CMOS shutdown register test to be done next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (0D) CMOS shutdown register test to be done next.


A-6
AMI after 4/9/90               (0D) Refresh link toggling passed.
AMI before 4/9/90              (0D) Refresh link toggling passed.
AST                            (0D) (Beeps)=13 short, 8254 timer register.
Chips & Technologies           (0D) (Beeps)=14 short, Refresh failure.
Dell                           (0D) (Beeps)=1-4-1, 1st 64K RAM parity test in-progress or failure.
Award Plug-and-Play            (0D) Program some of the chipset’s value. Measure CPU speed for display. Video initialization including MDA, CGA, EGA/VGA.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.5 and 4.51   (0D) Initialize video interface; Detect CPU clock; Read CMOS location 14b to find out type of video in use; Detect and initialize video card.
Award Ver. 4.0                 (0D) OEM specific-Initialize motherboard special chipset as required by OEM; initialize cache controller early, when cache is separate from
                                    chipset.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver 3.xx        (0D) 8254 timer, channel 2 test.
IBM AT                         (0D) 8042 Interface Test, Write Byte 0 of 8042 Memory.
IBM AT                         (0D) Base 64K RAM Memory Test, Roll Error Code to MFG_PORT.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (0D) 8254 Channel 0 test and initialization: For v1.0A-Same. (Beep) = LH-HHHH
Phoenix Generic                (0D) [Beep]=1-4-2 1st 64K RAM parity test in progress or failure.
                                                                                Error Code - 0E
AST                            (0E) (Beeps)=14 short, ASIC registers.
AMI WinBIOS                    (0E) Keyboard controller BAT result verified. Any initialization after KB controller BAT to be next.
AMI Hi-Flex                    (0E) CMOS shutdown register R/W test passed. Going to calculate CMOS checksum, and update DIAG.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (0E) Going to calculate CMOS checksum, and update DIAG Byte.
AMI before 4/9/90              (0E) Refresh period ON/OFF 50% OK
Award Plug-and-Play            (0E) Initialize the APIC (Multi-Processor BIOS only). Test video RAM (If Monochrome display device found). Show startup screen message.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.5 and 4.51   (0E) Test video memory; Test video memory, write sign-on message to screen. Setup shadow RAM - Enable shadow according to setup.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx       (0E) Test CMOS Shutdown byte.
Chips & Technologies           (0E) (Beeps)=14 short, Keyboard controller failure.
IBM AT                         (0E) Base 64K RAM Memory Test, Fill memory with data.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (0E) 8254 Channel 2 toggle test, test speaker circuitry; For v1.0A-Same. (Beep) = LH-LLLLH
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0            (0E) Initialize I/O. (Beep) = 1-1-4-3
Phoenix 3.07                   (0E) Test 8254 timers.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS              (0E) Test 8254 timers
Quadtel AT BIOS                (0E) 8254 Timer Test.
                                                                                Error Code - 0F
AMI WinBIOS                    (0F) initialization after KB controller BAT done. Keyboard command byte to be written next.
AMI Hi-Flex                    (0F) CMOS checksum calculation is done, DIAG byte written. CMOS Init. to begin (If "INIT CMOS IN EVERY BOOT IS SET").
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (0F) CMOS initialization to begin (If "INIT CMOS IN EVERY BOOT IS SET").
AST                            (0F) (Beeps)=15 short, CMOS RAM shutdown.
AT&T BIOS                      (0F) CMOS RAM checksum test.
Award Plug-and-Play            (0F) DMA channel 0 Test.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.5 and 4.51   (0F) Test DMA controller 0; BIOS checksum test, keyboard detect and initialization.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx       (0F) Test Extended CMOS.
Chips & Technologies           (0F) (Beeps)=15 short, Protected mode failure.
IBM AT                         (0F) Base 64K RAM Memory Test, Get I/P Buffer Switch Settings.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (0F) CMOS RAM Read/Write Failure. RTC test / INTs: initialize REG-5. Write/read back NVRAM, IRQ8 Failure. PIE test: For v1.0A-Same.
                                    (Beep) = LH-LHLLH or (Beep) = LH-HHLLH


                                                                                                                                                                               A-7
Phoenix 6.0                     (0F) Initialize the local IDE
                                                                               Error Code - 10
ACER                            (10) CMOS RAM Checksum.
AMI TTIBIOS                     (10) Bit 0-15 64-KB RAM failure (Same 10-1F)
AMI WinBIOS                     (10) KB controller command byte is written. Going to issue Pin-23,24 blocking/unblocking command.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (10) CMOS initialization done (if any). CMOS status register about to Init for Date and Time.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (10) CMOS status register about to Init for Date and Time.
AMI after 4/9/90                (10) Refresh on and about to start 64K base memory test.
AMI before 4/9/90               (10) Confirmed refresh ON & about to start 64K memory
AST                             (10) DMA controller test 0 register
Award Plug-and-Play             (10) DMA channel 1 Test.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (10) Test DMA controller 1 with AA, 55, FF,00 pattern.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (10) 8237 DMA, channel 0 test.
Compaq                          (10) PPI disabled, Program timers 0 & 1.
Chips & Technologies.           (10) (Beeps)=19 short, IDT, GDT failure.
Dell                            (10) (Beeps)=2-1-1, 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure, Bit 0.
IBM AT                          (10) 8042 Interface Test, Issue Self Test - check 55H is received.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (10) Video initialization: For v1.0A-Same. (Beep) = LH-LLHLH
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (10) Initialize Power Management. (Beep) = 1-2-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (10) Initialize 8254 timers.
Phoenix Generic                 (10) [Beep]=2-1-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 0.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (10) Initialize 8254 timers
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (10) 8254 Timer Initialization.
Zenith Generic                  (10) ROM check, low flash.
Zenith 4.xx                     (10) Initialize SCP.
                                                                               Error Code - 11
AMI WinBIOS                     (11) Pin 23,24 of keyboard controller is blocked/unblocked. Going to check to check pressing of <INS> key during power-on.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (11) CMOS status register initialized. Going to disable DMA and Interrupt controllers.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (11) Going to disable DMA and interrupt controllers.
AMI after 4/9/90                (11) Address line test passed.
AMI before 4/9/90               (11) Address line test passed.
AST                             (11) DMA controller test register 1.
Award Plug-and-Play             (11) DMA page register test.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (11) Test DMA page registers, use I/O ports to test address circuits. POST enables user reboot here. Test DMA page registers. FATAL DISPLAY
                                     ERRORS
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (11) 8237 DMA, channel 1 test.
Compaq                          (11) Init (blast) VDU controllers.
Chips & Technologies            (11) Register LDT failure.
Dell                            (11) [Beep]=2-1-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 1.
IBM AT                          (11) Base 64K RAM Memory Test, Initialize Display Row Count.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (11) CMOS checksum test: For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (11) Load alternate registers with POST values. (Beep) = 1-2-1-2
Phoenix Generic                 (11) [Beep]=2-1-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 1.


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Zenith Generic                 (11) Check ROM address F000.
Zenith 4.xx                    (11) Test DRAM sizing complete.
                                                                                 Error Code - 12
AMI WinBIOS &AMI Hi-Flex       (12) Checking for pressing of <INS> key during power-on done. Going to disable DMA and Interrupt controllers. DMA controller #1,#2,
                                    interrupt controller #1,#2 disabled. About to disable Video display and Init port-B.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (12) About to disable video display and Init port-B.
AMI after 4/9/90               (12) 64K base memory test passed.
AMI before 4/9/90              (12) 64K base memory test passed.
AST                            (12) DMA page registers test.
Award Ver. 4.5 and 4.51        (12) Call support 800-909-3424.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.0            (12) Test 8254 timer 0 channel 0.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx       (12) Test DMA page registers.
Compaq                         (12) Clear screen, turn on video.
Chips & Technologies           (12) Task register failure.
Dell                           (12) [Beep]=2-1-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 2.
IBM AT                         (12) Verify 286 LGDT/SGDT LIDT/SIDT Instructions, Test Protected Mode Registers.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (12) Accept keyboard BAT and initialization. Cold boot delay: For v1.0A-Same. Keyboard error-Stuck key. (Beep) = LH-HLHLH
Phoenix 6.0                    (12) Restore CPU control word during warm boot
Phoenix 4.0                    (12) Jump to User Patch 0. (Beep) = 1-2-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                   (12) Test both 8237 DMA controllers.
Phoenix Generic                (12) [Beep]=2-1-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 2.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS              (12) Test both 8237 DMA controllers
Quadtel AT BIOS                (12) 8237 DMA Controller Test.
Zenith Generic                 (12) Test video RAM.
Zenith 4.xx                    (12) Memory enable, check parity.
                                                                                 Error Code - 13

Note:                          (13) Check the power supply. If the +5 is too low the memory will fail, giving you a C5 error. AMI WinBIOS &AMI Hi-Flex(13) DMA
                                      controller #1,#2, interrupt controller #1,#2 disabled. About to disable Video display and initialize port-B. Chipset initialize / auto
                                      memory detection about to begin. Replace first memory SIMM.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91     (13) Chipset initialize /auto memory detection about to begin. Check first SIMM
AMI before 4/9/90              (13) Interrupt vectors initialized.
AST                            (13) Initialize video.
AT&T BIOS                      (13) Primary display error.
Award Ver. 4.2, 4.0 and 4.51   (13) Test 8254 timer 0 channel 1.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx       (13) Test keyboard controller.
Compaq                         (13) Test timer 0.
Chips & Technologies           (13) LSL instruction failure.
Dell                           (13) [Beep]=2-1-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 3.
IBM AT                         (13) Verify 286 LGDT/SGDT LIDT/SIDT Instructions, Initialize 8259 Int. #2 Controller chip.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0              (13) Hook 02. OEM specific. Select 8MHZ bus: For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 6.0                    (13) Initialize PCI Bus Mastering devices
Phoenix Generic                (13) [Beep]=2-1-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 3.


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Zenith Generic                  (13) ROM slushed, address F000.
Zenith 4.xx                     (13) Slushware test.
                                                                                  Error Code - 14
ACER                            (14) DMA Controller.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (14) Chipset initialization/ auto memory detection over. To un-compress the POST code if compressed BIOS. 8254 timer test about to start.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (14) 8254 timer test about to start.
AMI before 4/9/90               (14) 8042 keyboard controller test OK.
AST                             (14) Memory refresh test.
AT&T BIOS                       (14) Extended CMOS test.
Award Plug-and-Play             (14) Test 8254 timer 0 counter 2.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (14) Test timer counter 2; Test 8254 timer 0 counter 2.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (14) Test memory refresh.
Compaq                          (14) Disable RTC interrupts.
Chips &Technologies             (14) LAR failure.
Dell                            (14) [Beep]=2-2-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 4.
IBM AT                          (14) Verify 286 LGDT/SGDT LIDT/SIDT Instructions, Setup Int. Vectors to Temp. Interrupt..
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (14) Memory Parity Error. I/O Channel Error. RAM Pattern Test Failed. Size/Test base memory (low 64K already done): For v1.0A-Same.
                                    (Beep) = LH-LHHLH or HHHLH
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (14) Initialize keyboard controller. (Beep) = 1-2-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (14) Initialize 8237 DMA controllers.
Phoenix Generic                 (14) [Beep]=2-2-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 4.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (14) Initialize 8237 DMA controllers.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (14) 8237 DMA Initialization.
Zenith Generic                  (14) Initialize SCP.
Zenith 4.xx                     (14) Slushware OK.
                                                                                  Error Code - 15
AMI WinBIOS                     (15) POST code is un-compressed. 8254 timer about to start.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (15) CH-2 timer test halfway. 8254 CH-2 timer test to be complete.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (15) 8254 CH-2 timer test to be completed.
AMI after 4/9/90                (15) Interrupt vectors initialized.
AMI before 4/9/90               (15) CMOS read/write test OK
Award Plug-and-Play             (15) Test 8259 interrupt mask bits for channel 1.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (15) Test 8259-1 mask bits; Verify 8259 channel 1 masked interrupt by alternate turning off and on the interrupt line.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (15) Test 1st 64K of system memory.
Compaq                          (15) Check battery power.
Chips & Technologies            (15) VERW/VERR failure.
Dell                            (15) [Beep]=2-2-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 5.
IBM AT                          (15) Verify 286 LGDT/SGDT LIDT/SIDT Instructions, Establish BIOS *Int. Call Subr. Vectors.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (15) Perform 2nd try keyboard initialization, if necessary: For v1.0A-Same. timer (T2C2).
Phoenix Generic                 (15) [Beep]=2-2-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 5.
Zenith 4.xx                     (15) BIOS ROM copied to Slushware.
                                                                                  Error Code - 16
AMI WinBIOS                     (16) Call 727-442-8882 or you reseller.

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AMI Hi-Flex                     (16) Ch-2 timer test over. 8254 CH-1 timer test to be complete.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (16) 8254 CH-1 timer test to be completed.
AMI before 4/9/90               (16) CMOS checksum/battery check OK
Award Plug-and-Play             (16) Test 8259 interrupt mask bits for channel 2.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (16) Test 8259-2 mask bits; Verify 8259 channel 2 masked interrupt by alternate turning off and on the interrupt line.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (16) Setup Interrupt vectors.
Compaq                          (16) Battery power was lost.
Chips & Technologies            (16) Keyboard controller gate A20 failure.
Dell                            (16) [Beep]=2-2-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 6.
IBM AT                          (16) Verify CMOS, Set Data Segment.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (16) Hook 03. OEM specific. Size/Test cache: For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (16) BIOS ROM checksum. (Beep) = 1-2-2-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (16) Initialize 8259, reset Coprocessor.
Phoenix Generic                 (16) [Beep]=2-2-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 6.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (16) Initialize 8259, Reset Coprocessor.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (16) Initialize 8259/Reset Coprocessor.
Zenith Generic                  (16) Video test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (16) Real mode.
                                                                                  Error Code - 17
AMI WinBIOS                     (17) Call AMI at 808 909 3424.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (17) CH-1 timer test over. 8254 CH-0 timer test to be complete.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (17) 8254 CH-0 timer test to be completed.
AMI after 4/9/90                (17) Monochrome mode set.
AMI before 4/9/90               (17) Monochrome mode set.
AT&T BIOS                       (17) Check for extension ROMs.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (17) Test stuck 8259's interrupt bits; Turn off interrupt then verify no interrupt mask register is on.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (17) Setup video I/O operations.
Compaq                          (17) Clear CMOS-DIAG.
Dell                            (17) [Beep]=2-2-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 7.
IBM AT                          (17) Verify CMOS, Set Defective Battery Flag.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (17) Test A20 gate 8042 Timeout. Off the On. Disable IRQ1: For v1.0A-Same. (Beep) = LH-LLLHH or (Beep) = LH-HLLHH
Phoenix 6.0                     (17) Initialize cache before memory auto-size
Phoenix Generic                 (17) [Beep]=2-2-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 7.
Zenith 4.xx                     (17) Motherboard CPU LED will go off.
                                                                                  Error Code - 18
ACER                            (18) Timer initialize.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (18) CH-0 timer test over. About to start memory refresh.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (18) About to start memory refresh.
AMI after 4/9/90                (18) Color mode set.
AMI before 4/9/90               (18) Color mode set.
AST                             (18) Testing Video memory.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (18) Test 8259 interrupt functionality; Force an interrupt and verify the interrupt occurred.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (18) Test video memory.


                                                                                                                                                         A-11
Dell                            (18) [Beep]=2-3-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 8.
Compaq                          (18) Test base memory (first 128K).
Chips & Technologies            (18) Shutdown during memory test.
IBM AT                          (18) Verify CMOS, Ensure CMOS Dividers Set.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (18) Parity Circuit Failure. Size / Test extended memory: For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (18) 8254 timer initialization. (Beep) = 1-2-3-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (18) Test 8259 interrupt controllers registers.
Phoenix Generic                 (18) [Beep]=2-3-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 8.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (18) Test 8259 interrupt controller registers.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (18) 8259 interrupt controller test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (18) Video ROM.
                                                                                Error Code - 19
AMI WinBIOS                     (19) 82 timer test over.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (19) Memory refresh test to be done next
AMI Hi-Flex                     (19) Memory refresh started. Memory refresh test to be done next.
AMI after 4/9/90                (19) About to look for optional video ROM at segment C000 and give control to the optional video ROM if present.
AMI before 4/9/90               (19) About to look for optional video ROM
Award Plug-and-Play             (19) Test 8259 functionality.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (19) Test stuck Non-Maskable Interrupt bits (Parity/I/O check); Verify NMI can be cleared.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (19) 8259 Interrupt controller, channel 1 mask bits test.
Compaq                          (19) Clear and initialize base memory.
Dell                            (19) [Beep]=2-3-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 9.
IBM AT                          (19) Verify CMOS, Set Return Address Byte In CMOS.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (19) Data Bus Test Failure or Block Access Read/Write Failure. Hook 04. Size / Test system memory (special OEM memory): For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 6.0                     (19) check memory - call tech support 800-W0W-DIAG
Phoenix Generic                 (19) [Beep]=2-3-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit 9.
Zenith 4.xx                     (19) Internal video ROM.
                                                                                Error Code - 1A
AMI WinBIOS                     (1A) Memory refresh line is toggling. Going to check 15 micro second ON/OFF time.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (1A) Going to Check 15 micro Second On/Off Time
AMI Hi-Flex                     (1A) Memory refresh line is toggling. Going to check 15 micro second ON/OFF time.
AMI after 4/9/90                (1A) Return from optional video ROM.
AMI before 4/9/90               (1A) Optional video ROM control OK
Award Ver. 4.5                  (1A) Display CPU clock.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (1A) 8259 Interrupt controller, channel 2 mask bits test.
Compaq                          (1A) Initialize and test VDU adapters.
Chips & Technologies            (1A) Copyright checksum errors.
Dell                            (1A) [Beep]=2-3-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit A.
IBM AT                          (1A) Verify CMOS, Set Temporary Stack.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (1A) Real Time Clock Update-In-Progress and validate time: For v1.0A-Same. (Beep) = LH-LHHH
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (1A) 8237 DMA controller initialization. (Beep) = 1-2-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (1A) Verify refresh is occurring.
Phoenix Generic                 (1A) [Beep]=2-3-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit A.


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Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (1A) Verify refresh is occurring.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (1A) Memory Refresh Test.
Zenith 4.xx                  (1A) Real mode.
                                                                              Error Code - 1B
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (1B) Base 64K memory test about to start
AMI Hi-Flex                  (1B) Memory refresh period 30 micro second test complete. Base 64K memory test about to start.
AMI after 4/9/90             (1B) Shadow RAM enable/disable completed.
AMI before 4/9/90            (1B) Display memory read/write test OK
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51     (1B) No in use
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (1B) Test CMOS battery status.
Compaq                       (1B) Test the system ROM.
Chips & Technologies         (1B) Shutdown during memory sizing.
Dell                         (1B) [Beep]=2-3-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit B.
IBM AT                       (1B) Protected Mode Test, Segment Address 01-0000 (Second 64K).
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (1B) Serial port determination. Off/On board: For v.1.0A-Same.
Phoenix Generic              (1B) [Beep]=2-3-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit B.
Zenith 4.xx                  (1B) Enable internal video hardware.
                                                                              Error Code - 1C
ACER                         (1C) Memory refresh.
AMI WinBIOS                  (1C) Call 800 909 diag.
AMI after 4/9/90             (1C) Display memory read/write test for main display type as set in the CMOS setup program over.
AMI before 4/9/90            (1C) Display memory read/write test for alternate display OK
Award ver. 4.5 and 4.51      (1C) Reserved.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (1C) Test CMOS RAM checksum.
Compaq                       (1C) Test CMOS.
Chips & Technologies         (1C) Chip-Set initialization.
Dell                         (1C) [Beep]=2-4-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit C.
IBM AT                       (1C) Protected Mode Test, Set or Reset 512 to 640k Installed Fl..
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (1C) Parallel port determination. Off-board / On-board: For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (1C) Reset Programmable Interrupt Controller. (Beep) = 1-2-4-1
Phoenix 3.07                 (1C) Base 64K address test.
Phoenix Generic              (1C) [Beep]=2-4-1 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit C.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (1C) Base 64K address test.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (1C) Base 64KB Address Test.
Zenith 4.xx                  (1C) TT INT reset.
                                                                             Error Code - 1D
AMI after 4/9/90             (1D) Display memory read/write test for alternate display type complete if main display memory read/write test returns error.
AMI before 4/9/90            (1D) Video retrace check OK
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (1D) Set configuration from CMOS.
Compaq                       (1D) Test DMA controller and page registers.
Dell                         (1D) [Beep]=2-4-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit D.
Phoenix Generic              (1D) [Beep]=2-4-2 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit D.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (1D) Co-Processor determination / initialization 80/87; For v1.0A-Same.

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Zenith 4.xx                  (1D) CPU clock.
                                                                             Error Code - 1E
ACER                         (1E) Select memory type.
AMI WinBIOS                  (1E) Call Tech Support 727-532-4151.
AMI after 4/9/90             (1E) Global equipment byte set for proper display type.
AMI before 4/9/90            (1E) Global equipment byte set for proper display type.
Award Plug-and-Play          (1E) If EISA NVM checksum is good, execute EISA initialization (EISA BIOS ONLY).
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (1E) Size system memory.
Compaq                       (1E) Test keyboard controller.
Dell                         (1E) [Beep]=2-4-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit E.
IBM AT                       (1E) Protected Mode Test, Set Exp. Memory Size Determine In CMOS.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (1E) Floppy controller test / determination. CMOS validation; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 3.07                 (1E) Base 64K RAM test (16 bits).
Phoenix Generic              (1E) [Beep]=2-4-3 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit E.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (1E) Base 64K ram test (16 bits)
Quadtel AT BIOS              (1E) Base 64K Memory Test.
Zenith 4.xx                  (1E) Cleared COMS RAM.
                                                                             Error Code - 1F
AMI after 4/9/90             (1F) Video mode set call for mono/color begins.
AMI before 4/9/90            (1F) Mode set call for mono/color OK.
Award ver. 4.50 and 4.51     (1F) Set EISA mode; If EISA non-volatile memory checksum is good, execute EISA initialization. If not, execute ISA test an clear EISA mode
                                  flag. Test EISA configuration memory integrity (checksum & communication interface).
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (1F) Test system memory.
Compaq                       (1F) Test 286 protected mode.
Dell                         (1F) [Beep]=2-4-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit F.
IBM AT                       (1F) Protected Mode Test, Test Address Lines 19-23.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (1F) Fixed Disk controller test /determination. CMOS validation; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix Generic              (1F) [Beep]=2-4-4 1st 64K RAM chip or data line failure - bit F.
                                                                             Error Code - 20
ACER                         (20) Test 128K.
AMI TTIBIOS                  (20) Slave DMA register failure.
AMI WinBIOS                  (20) Memory refresh period 30 micro second test complete. Base 64K memory/address test started.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (20) Address line test to be done next.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (20) Base 64K memory test started. Address line test to be done next.
AMI after 4/9/90             (20) Video mode set completed.
AMI before 4/9/90            (20) Video test OK.
AST                          (20) Power up bus board (EISA only).
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51     (20) Enable slot 0; Initialize slot 0 (system board).(Check memory size)
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (20) 8259 stuck bits test.
Compaq                       (20) Test real and extended memory.
Dell                         (20) [Beep]=3-1-1 master DMA register test in-progress or failure.
IBM AT                       (20) Protected Mode Test, Cause a Shutdown.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0            (20) Rigorous CMOS parameter validation. Display, Hard-disk, Diskette, Serial, Parallel, Memory, Coprocessor configuration changes.

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Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (20) Test DRAM refresh. (Beep) = 1-3-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (20) Upper 16 of 32 bit test failed.
Phoenix Generic                 (20) [Beep]=3-1-1 master DMA register test in-progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (20) Upper 16 of 32 bit test failed
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (20) Base 64KB Test (Upper 16 bits).
Zenith 4.xx                     (20) CMOS=0.
                                                                                 Error Code - 21
AMI TTIBIOS                     (21) Master DMA register failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (21) Address line test passed. Going to do toggle parity.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (21) Going to do toggle parity.
AMI after 4/9/90                (21) ROM type 27256 verified.
AMI before 4/9/90               (21) Video display OK.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (21) Enable slots 1 through 15; Initialize slot 1.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (21) Test stuck NMI bits (parity I/O check).
Compaq                          (21) Init time-of-day.
Dell                            (21) [Beep]=3-1-2 slave DMA register test in-progress or failure.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (21) Front-Panel lock check. Wait for user to acknowledge errors: For v1.0A-Same.
IBM AT                          (21) Protected Mode Test, Return 1 From Shutdown.
Phoenix 3.07                    (21) Reserve
Phoenix Generic                 (21) [Beep]=3-1-2 slave DMA register test in-progress or failure.
Zenith 4.xx                     (21) CMOS=1.
                                                                                 Error Code - 22
AMI TTIBIOS                     (22) Master interrupt mask register failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (22) Toggle parity over. Going for sequential data R/W test on 64K memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (22) Going for sequential data R/W test.
AMI before 4/9/90               (22) Power on message display OK.
AT&T BIOS                       (22) DMA Controller 2 Test.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (22) Enable slots 2; Initialize slot 2.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (22) Test 8259 working.
Compaq                          (22) Init 287 CoProcessor.
Dell                            (22) [Beep]=3-1-3 master interrupt mask register test in-progress or fail.
IBM AT                          (22) CRT Controller (6845), Enable Video Signal & Set Mode; Display Horizontal Bar on screen CRT Lines Interface Test Sense ON/OFF
                                     Transition of Video Enable and Horizontal Sync lines.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (22) Set number-lock. Password-Security Trap. Dispatch to Setup-Utility; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (22) Test 8742 keyboard controller. (Beep) = 1-3-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (22) Test 8742 keyboard controller.
Phoenix Generic                 (22) [Beep]=3-1-3 master interrupt mask register test in-progress or fail.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (22) Test 8742 keyboard controller.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (22) 8742 Keyboard Self Test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (22) CMOS=2.
                                                                                 Error Code - 23
AMI TTIBIOS                     (23) Slave interrupt mask register failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (23) Base 64K sequential data R/W test passed. Going to set BIOS stack and to do any setup before Interrupt vector Init.

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AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (23) Any setup before interrupt vector Init about to start
AMI after 4/9/90                (23) Power on message displayed.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (23) Enable slots 3; Initialize slot 3.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (23) Test protected mode.
Compaq                          (23) Test keyboard and interface.
Dell                            (23) [Beep]=3-1-4 slave interrupt mask register test in-progress or fail.
IBM AT                          (23) CRT Controller (6845), Check for Advanced Video Card.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (23) Hook 05. OEM specific; for v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix Generic                 (23) [Beep]=3-1-4 slave interrupt mask register test in-progress or fail.
Zenith 4.xx                     (23) CMOS=3.
                                                                                    Error Code - 24
ACER                            (24)Test keyboard controller(8042).
AMI TTIBIOS                     (24) Call 1800-909-3424.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (24) Setup required before vector initialization complete. Interrupt vector initialization about to begin.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (24) Interrupt vector initialization about to begin.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (24) Enable slots 4; Initialize slot 4.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (24) Size extended memory.
Compaq                          (24) Reset A20 ads set default CPU speed.
IBM AT                          (24) CRT Controller (6845), Go do Next Test.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (24) Set type matric rate; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (24) Set ES segment to register to 4 GB. (Beep) = 1-3-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (24) Verify CMOS / Configure CMOS.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (24) Verify CMOS / Configure CMOS
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (24) MC146818 CMOS Test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (24) CMOS=4.
                                                                                    Error Code - 25
AMI TTIBIOS                     (25) Interrupt vector loading in progress.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (25) Interrupt vector initialization done. Going to read Input port of 9042 for turbo switch (if any).
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (25) Going to read I/O port of 8042 for turbo switch (if any).
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (25) Enable slots 5; Initialize slot 5.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (25) Test extended memory.
Compaq                          (25) Test diskette subsystem.
Dell                            (25) [Beep]=none interrupt vector loading in-progress.
IBM AT                          (25) 8259 Interrupt Controller, Test Interrupt Mask Registers.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (25) Floppy subsystem initialization; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix Generic                 (25) [Beep]=none interrupt vector loading in-progress.
Zenith 4.xx                     (25) CMOS=5.
                                                                                    Error Code - 26
AMI WinBIOS                     (26) Input port of 8042 is read.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (26) I/O port of 8042 is read. going to initialize global data for turbo switch.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (26) Going to initialize global data for turbo switch.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (26) Enable slots 6; Initialize slot 6.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (26) Test protected mode exceptions.

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Compaq                          (26) Test fixed disk subsystem.
IBM AT                          (26) 8259 Interrupt Controller, Check for Hot Interrupts.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (26) Fixed subsystem initialization; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 6.0                     (26) Enable A20 line
Phoenix 3.07                    (26) Verify/Load NVRAM parameters.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (26) Verify/Load NVRAM parameters.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (26) Start First Protected Mode Test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (26) CMOS=6.
                                                                                   Error Code - 27
AMI TTIBIOS                     (27) Keyboard controller test failure.
AMI WinBIOS                     (27) Global data initialization for turbo switch is over. Any initialization before setting video mode to be done next.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (27) Global data initialization is over. Any initialization after interrupt vector to be done next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (27) Any initialization after interrupt vector to be done Next.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (27) Enable slots 7; Initialize slot 7.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (27) Setup cache control or shadow RAM.
Compaq                          (27) Initialize parallel printer.
Dell                            (27) [Beep]=3-2-4 keyboard controller test in-progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (27) 8259 Interrupt Controller, Check the Converting Logic 106 Err.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (27) Acknowledge errors. Set primary adapter video mode; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix Generic                 (27) [Beep]=3-2-4 keyboard controller test in-progress or failure.
Zenith 4.xx                     (27) CMOS=7.
                                                                                   Error Code - 28
ACER                            (28) Test CPU.
AMI TTIBIOS                     (28) RTC power failure and checksum calculation in progress.
AMI WinBIOS                     (28) Initialization before setting video mode is complete. Going for monochrome mode and color setting. Check extended memory.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (28) Initialization after interrupt vector is complete. Going for monochrome mode setting.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (28) Going for monochrome mode setting. Check the extended memory.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (28) Enable slots 8; Initialize slot 8.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (28) Setup 8242.
Compaq                          (28) Perform search for option ROMs.
Dell                            (28) [Beep]=3-3-1 CMOS power-fail and checksum checks in-progress.
IBM AT                          (28) 8259 Interrupt Controller, Check Hot *NMI Interrupts (Error 107).
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (28) Hook 06. OEM specific. Typically enables shadow, cache and turbo speed; For v1.0A-Same.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (28) Auto-size DRAM. (Beep) = 1-3-3-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (28) Protected mode 1.
Phoenix Generic                 (28) [Beep]=none CMOS power-fail and checksum checks in-progress.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (28) Protected mode 1.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (28) Memory Sizing Test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (28) CMOS=8.
                                                                                   Error Code - 29
AMI TTIBIOS                     (29) Real-time clock configuration validation in progress.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (29) Monochrome mode setting is done. Going for color mode setting.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (29) Going for color mode setting

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Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (29) Enable slots 9; Initialize slot 9.
Compaq                          (29) Test for valid system configuration.
Dell                            (29) [Beep]=3-3-2 CMOS configuration info validation in-progress.
IBM AT                          (29) 8259 Interrupt Controller, Test Data Bus to Timer 2 (Error 108).
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (29) Adapter ROM Checksum Failure. Disable A20 gate. Set low stack. Install C800-E000 ROMs.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 1.0 A             (29) Scan and install adapter test.
Phoenix 6.0                     (29) Initialize POST Memory Manager
Phoenix Generic                 (29) [Beep]=none CMOS configuration info validation in-progress.
Zenith 4.xx                     (29) CMOS=9.
                                                                                Error Code - 2A
AMI WinBIOS                     (2A) Monochrome Color mode setting is done. About to go for toggle parity before optional rom test.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (2A) Color mode setting is done. About to go for toggle parity before optional rom test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (2A) About to go for toggle parity before optional ROM Check.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (2A) Enable slots A; Initialize slot A.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (2A) 8242 initialization.
Compaq                          (2A) Clear screen.
IBM AT                          (2A) 8254 Timer, Do Test (Error 102).
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (2A) Acknowledge errors. Set video mode. Set DOS time variables from RTC.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (2A) Clear 512K base RAM. (Beep) = 1-3-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (2A) Auto-site memory chips.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (2A) (1st protected mode test) Auto-site memory chips.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (2A) Auto-site Memory Chips.
Zenith 4.xx                     (2A) CMOS=A.
                                                                                Error Code - 2B
AMI TTIBIOS                     (2B) Screen memory test failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (2B) Toggle parity over. About to give control for any setup required before optional video ROM check.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (2B) About to do any setup required before optional video ROM Check.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (2B) Enable slots B; Initialize slot B.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (2B) Initialize floppy drive and controller.
Compaq                          (2B) Check for invalid time and date.
Dell                            (2B) [Beep]=3-3-4 screen memory test in-progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (2B) 8254 Timer, Too Fast.
Phoenix Generic                 (2B) [Beep]=3-3-4 screen memory test in-progress or failure.
                                                                                Error Code - 2C
ACER                            (2C) Set up interrupt controller (8259).
AMI TTIBIOS                     (2C) Screen initialization failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (2C) Processing before video ROM control is done. About to look for optional video ROM and give control.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (2C) About to look for optional video ROM and give control.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (2C) Enable slots C; Initialize slot C.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (2C) Detect & initialize serial ports.
Compaq                          (2C) Boot.
Dell                            (2C) [Beep]=3-4-1 screen initialization in-progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (2C) 8254 Timer, Too Slow (Error 103).

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Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (2C) Install E000 ROM.
Phoenix 6.0                     (2C) RAM failure on address xxxx. If the BIOS detects error 2C, 2E, or 30 (base 512K RAM error), it displays and additional word-bitmap
                                      (xxxx) indicating the address line or bits that failed. For example, “2C 0002" means address line 1 (bit one set) has failed. “2E 1020
                                      means data bits 12 and 5 (bits 12 and 5 set) have failed in the lower 16 bits. Note that error 30 cannot occur on 386SX systems because
                                      they have a 16 rather than 32-bit bus. The BIOS also sends the bitmap to the port-80 LED display. It first display the check point code,
                                      followed by a delay, the high-order byte, another delay, and then the low- order byte of the error. It repeats this sequence continuously.
Phoenix 4.0                     (2C) Test 512 base address lines. (Beep) = 1-3-4-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (2C) Activate interleave (if possible).
Phoenix Generic                 (2C) [Beep]=3-4-1 screen initialization in-progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (2C) (1st protected mode test) Activate interleave (if possible).
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (2C) Chip Interleave Enable Test.
                                                                                 Error Code - 2D
AMI TTIBIOS                     (2D) Screen retrace test failure.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (2D) Optional video ROM control is done. About to give control to do any processing after video ROM returns control.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (2D) About to do any processing after video ROM returns Control.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (2D) Enable slots D; Initialize slot D.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (2D) Detect & initialize parallel ports.
Compaq                          (2D) Test timer 2.
Dell                            (2D) [Beep]=3-4-2 screen retrace tests in-progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (2D) 8254 Timer, Check 8042 for Last Command Accepted (Error 105).
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (2D) Acknowledge errors.
Phoenix Generic                 (2D) [Beep]=3-4-2 screen retrace tests in-progress or failure.
                                                                                 Error Code - 2E
AMI TTIBIOS                     (2E) Search for video ROM in progress.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (2E) Return from processing after the video ROM control. If EGA/VGA not found then do display memory R/W test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (2E) If EGA/VGA not found, Then do display memory R/W test.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (2E) Enable slots E; Initialize slot E.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (2E) Initialize hard drive & controller.
Dell                            (2E) [Beep]=3-4-3 search for video ROM in-progress.
Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (2E) Hook 07. OEM specific. Log-in EMS (if built-in)
Phoenix 6.0                     (2E) See Error code “ 2C”
Phoenix 4.0                     (2E) Test 512K base memory. (Beep) = 1-3-4-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (2E) Exit 1st protected mode test.
Phoenix Generic                 (2E) [Beep]=none search for video ROM in-progress.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (2E) Exit 1st protected mode test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (2E) First Protected Mode Test Exit.
                                                                                  Error Code - 2F
AMI WinBIOS                     (2F) EGA/VGA not found. Display memory R/W test about to begin.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (2F) EGA/VGA not found. Display memory R/W test about to begin.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (2F) Display memory R/W test about to begin.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (2F) Enable slots F; Initialize slot F.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (2F) Detect & initialize 80x87 CoProcessor.
Compaq                          (2F) Write to DIAG byte.

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Mr. BIOS Ver. 4.0               (2F) Pass control to Int 19 (boot disk).
IBM AT                          (2F) RAM Test (Protected Mode), Go TO Next Test If Warm Start.
Phoenix 6.0                     (2F) Enable cache before system BIOS shadow.
                                                                                 Error Code - 30
ACER                            (30) Set up Temp. interrupt.
AMI TTIBIOS                     (30) Screen believed operational screen believed running with video ROM.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (30) Display memory R/W test passed. About to look for the retrace checking.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (30) About to Look for the Retrace Checking.
AMI after 4/9/90                (30) Virtual mode memory test about to begin.
AMI before 4/9/90               (30) Virtual mode memory test about to begin.
AST                             (30) Interrupt controller #1.
Award Plug-and-Play             (30) Get base memory & extended memory size.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (30) Size base and extended memory from 256K to 640K and extended memory above 1MB.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (30) Reserved.
Compaq                          (30) Clear 1st 128k bytes of RAM.
Dell                            (30) [Beep]=none screen believed running w/ video ROM.
IBM AT                          (30) RAM Test (Protected Mode), Set Shutdown Return 2.
Phoenix 6.0                     (30) See Error Code “2C”.
Phoenix 3.07                    (30) Unexpected shutdown.
Phoenix Generic                 (30) [Beep]=none screen believed operable:.
Phoenix Generic                 (30) [Beep]=none screen believed running w/ video ROM.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (30) Unexpected shutdown.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (30) Unexpected Shutdown.
Zenith 4.xx                     (30) Protected mode ended.
                                                                                 Error Code - 31
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (31) Display memory R/W test or retrace checking failed. About to do alternate Display memory R/W test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (31) About to do alternate display memory R/W test.
AMI after 4/9/90                (31) Virtual mode memory test started.
AMI before 4/9/90               (31) Virtual mode memory test started.
AST                             (31) Interrupt controller #2.
AT&T BIOS                       (31) Size AT-Bus memory or size external memory.
Award Plug-and-Play             (31) Test base memory from 256K to 640K. Test extended memory 1M to the of memory.
Award ver. 4.0, 4.2 and 4.5     (31) Test base and extended memory; Test base memory from 256K to 640K and extended memory above 1MB using various patterns.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (31) Detect & initialize optional ROMs.
Compaq                          (31) Load interrupt vectors 70-77.
Dell                            (31) [Beep]=none monochromatic screen believed operable.
IBM AT                          (31) RAM Test (Protected Mode), Enable Protected Mode.
Phoenix Generic                 (31) [Beep]=none monochromatic screen believed operable.
Zenith 4.xx                     (31) Reset OK.
                                                                                 Error Code - 32
ALR BIOS                        (32) Color display (40 column) believed operable.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (32) Alternate display memory R/W test passed. About to look for the alternate display retrace checking.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (32) About to look for the alternate display retrace checking.

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AMI after 4/9/90              (32) Processor executing in virtual mode.
AMI before 4/9/90             (32) Processor in virtual mode.
AST                           (32) Interrupt controllers for stuck interrupt.
Award Plug-and-Play           (32) Display the Award Plug & Play BIOS extension message (PnP BIOS only).
Award Ver. 4.0, 4.2 and 4.5   (32) Test EISA extended memory; If EISA mode flag is set then test EISA memory found in slots initialization. This test is skipped in ISA mode
                                    and can be skipped with ESC key in EISA mode.
Compaq                        (32) Load interrupt vectors 00-1F.
Dell                          (32) [Beep]=none 40-column color screen believed operable.
IBM AT                        (32) Test Address Lines 0-15.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (32) Test CPU bus-clock frequency. (Beep) = 1-4-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                  (32) Determine system board memory size.
Phoenix Generic               (32) [Beep]=none 40-column color screen believed operable.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (32) Determine system board memory size.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (32) System Board Memory Size.
Zenith 4.xx                   (32) ROM checksum.
                                                                                Error Code - 33
ALR BIOS                      (33) Color display (80 column) believed operable.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (33) Video display checking over. Verification of display type with switch setting and actual card to begin.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (33) Verification of display type with switch setting and Actual Card to begin.
AMI after 4/9/90              (33) Memory address line test in progress.
AMI before 4/9/90             (33) Memory address line test in progress.
AST                           (33) Non-maskable interrupt for stuck interrupt(EISA, P486,P386)
AT&T BIOS                     (33) Internal memory test or conventional memory test.
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51      (33) Call Tech Support 727-532-4151.
Compaq                        (33) Initialize Memory SIZE and RESETWD.
Dell                          (33) [Beep]=none 80-column color screen believed operable.
IBM AT                        (33) RAM Test (Protected Mode), Next Block of 64K.
Phoenix 6.0                   (33) Initialize Dispatch Manager.
Phoenix Generic               (33) [Beep]=none 80-column color screen believed operable.
Zenith Generic                (33) Parity generation on.
Zenith 4.xx                   (33) Clear screen.
                                                                                Error Code - 34
ACER                          (34) Set up BIOS interrupt vector.
AMI WinBIOS                   (34) Video display checking over. Display mode to be set next.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (34) Verification of display adapter done. Display mode to be set next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (34) Display mode to be set next.
AMI after 4/9/90              (34) Memory address line test in progress.
AMI before 4/9/90             (34) Memory address line test in progress.
Award Ver. 4.5                (34) Call Tech Support 727-532-4151.
Compaq                        (34) Verify CMOS checksum.
Dell                          (34) [Beep]=4-2-1 timer tick interrupt test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                        (34) RAM Test (Protected Mode), Back to Real Mode, Test Done.
IBM AT                        (34) Additional Protected Mode Test, Restore Checkpoint.


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Phoenix 3.07                  (34) Relocate memory option.
Phoenix Generic               (34) [Beep]=4-2-1 timer tick interrupt test in progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (34) Relocate memory option.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (34) Relocate Shadow Ram if Configured.
Zenith Generic                (34) System variable.
Zenith 4.xx                   (34) Check memory size.
                                                                                 Error Code - 35
AMI WinBIOS                   (35) Reserved
AMI Hi-Flex                   (35) Display mode set complete. BIOS ROM data area about to be checked.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (35) BIOS ROM data area about to be checked.
AMI after 4/9/90              (35) Memory below 1MB calculated.
AMI before 4/9/90             (35) Memory below 1MB calculated.
AT&T BIOS                     (35) Call 800-909-DIAG.
Compaq                        (35) CMOS checksum not valid.
Dell                          (35) [Beep]=4-2-2 shutdown test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                        (35) Additional Protected Mode Test, Test for Error.
IBM AT                        (35) Keyboard Test, Keyboard Test (Mfg Burn-in?).
Phoenix Generic               (35) [Beep]=4-2-2 shutdown test in progress or failure.
Zenith Generic                (35) Interrupt controller.
Zenith 4.xx                   (35) CMOS load.
                                                                                 Error Code - 36
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (36) BIOS ROM data area check over. Going to set cursor for power on message.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (36) Going to set cursor for power on message.
AMI after 4/9/90              (36) Memory above 1MB calculated.
AMI before 4/9/90             (36) Memory size computation OK.
Compaq                        (36) Check battery power.
Dell                          (36) [Beep]=4-2-3 gate A20 failure.
IBM AT                        (36) Keyboard Test, Check for 'AA' Scan Code.
Phoenix 6.0                   (36) Warm start shut down.
Phoenix 3.07                  (36) Configure EMS memory option.
Phoenix Generic               (36) [Beep]=4-2-3 gate A20 failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (36) Configure EMS memory option.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (36) Configure EMS System.
                                                                                 Error Code - 37
AMI WinBIOS                   (37) Display mode set. Going to display the power on message.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (37) Cursor setting for power on message id complete. Going to display the power on message.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (37) Going to display the power on message.
AMI after 4/9/90              (37) Memory test about to start.
AMI before 4/9/90             (37) Memory test in progress.
Compaq                        (37) Check for game adapters.
Dell                          (37) [Beep]=4-2-4 unexpected interrupt in protected mode.
Phoenix 4.0                   (37) Reinitialize the motherboard chipset. (Beep) = 1-4-2-4
Phoenix 3.07                  (37) Reserve.

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Phoenix Generic              (37) [Beep]=4-2-4 unexpected interrupt in protected mode.
Zenith 4.xx                  (37) Parity generation on.
                                                                             Error Code - 38
ACER                         (38) CMOS RAM.
AMI WinBIOS                  (38) Reserved.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (38) Power on message display complete. Going to read new cursor position.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (38) Going to read new cursor position.
AMI after 4/9/90             (38) Memory below 1MB initialized.
AMI before 4/9/90            (38) Memory initialization over below 1MB.
Compaq                       (38) Check for serial ports.
Dell                         (38) [Beep]=4-3-1 RAM test in progress or failure above address 0FFFFh.
IBM AT                       (38) Keyboard Test, Stuck Key?.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (38) Shadow system BIOS ROM. (Beep) = 1-4-3-1
Phoenix 3.07                 (38) Configure wait state option.
Phoenix Generic              (38) [Beep]=4-3-1 RAM test in progress or failure above address 0FFFFh.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (38) Configure Wait State option.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (38) Configure Wait States.
Zenith Generic               (38) CMOS diagnostic power.
Zenith 4.xx                  (38) Errors power.
                                                                             Error Code - 39
AMI WinBIOS                  (39) New cursor position read and saved. Going to display the Hit <DEL> message.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (39) New cursor position read and saved. Going to display the reference string.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (39) Going to display the reference string.
AMI after 4/9/90             (39) Memory above 1MB initialized.
AMI before 4/9/90            (39) Memory initialization over above 1MB.
Compaq                       (39) Check for parallel ports.
IBM AT                       (39) Keyboard Test, Error- Check 8042 Working.
Phoenix 4.0                  (39) Reinitialize the cache. (Beep) = 1-4-3-1
                                                                            Error Code - 3A
AMI WinBIOS                  (3A) Check memory, first 64K, one long beep.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (3A) Reference string display is over. Going to display the Hit <ESC> message.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (3A) Going to display the hit <ESC> message.
AMI after 4/9/90             (3A) Memory size display initiated. This will be updated when the BIOS goes through the memory test.
AMI before 4/9/90            (3A) Display memory size
Award Ver. 4.5               (3A) Check memory.
Compaq                       (3A) Initialize Port. and comm timeouts.
Dell                         (3A) [Beep]=4-3-3 Interval timer channel 2 test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                       (3A) Keyboard Test, Initialize 8042.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (3A) Auto-size cache. (Beep) = 1-4-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                 (3A) Retest 64K base RAM.
Phoenix Generic              (3A) [Beep]=4-3-3 Interval timer channel 2 test in progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (3A) Retest 64K base ram.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (3A) Retest 64K Base RAM.

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Zenith Generic                  (3A) CPU reset 80386.

                                                                                    Error Code - 3B
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (3B) Hit <DEL> or <ESC> message displayed. Virtual mode memory test about to start.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (3B) Virtual mode memory test about to start.
AMI after 4/9/90                (3B) About to start below 1MB memory test.
AMI before 4/9/90               (3B) About to start below 1MB memory test.
Compaq                          (3B) Flush keyboard buffer.
Dell                            (3B) [Beep]=4-3-4 Time-Of-Day clock test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (3B) Optional ROM, Check for ROM in 2k Blocks.
Phoenix Generic                 (3B) [Beep]=4-3-4 Time-Of-Day clock test in progress or failure.
Zenith Generic                  (3B) CPU ID saved.
Zenith 4.xx                     (3B) CMOS diagnostic power reset.
                                                                                    Error Code - 3C
ACER                            (3C) Memory size.
AMI after 4/9/90                (3C) Memory test below 1MB completed and about to start above 1MB test.
AMI before 4/9/90               (3C) Memory test below 1MB OK.
Award Plug-and-Play             (3C) Set flag to allow users to enter CMOS setup utility.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (3C) Setup enabled.
Dell                            (3C) [Beep]=4-4-1 Serial port test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (3C) Diskette Attachment Test, Check for IPL Diskette Drive.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (3C) Configure advanced chipset registers. (Beep) = 1-4-4-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (3C) Determine relative CPU speed.
Phoenix Generic                 (3C) [Beep]=4-4-1 Serial port test in progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (3C) Determine relative CPU speed.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (3C) CPU Speed Calculation.
Zenith Generic                  (3C) Slush video ROM to C0000.
Zenith 4.xx                     (3C) CPU reset 80386.
                                                                                   Error Code - 3D
AMI after 4/9/90                (3D) Memory test above 1MB completed.
AMI before 4/9/90               (3D) Memory test above 1MB OK.
Award Plug-and-Play             (3D) Initialize keyboard. Install PS/2 mouse.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (3D) Initialize & install mouse; Detect if mouse is present, initialize mouse, install interrupt vectors.
Dell                            (3D) [Beep]=4-4-2 Parallel port test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (3D) Diskette Attachment Test, Initialize Floppy for Drive Type.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (3D) Load alternate registers with CMOS values. (Beep) = 1-4-4-2
Phoenix Generic                 (3D) [Beep]=4-4-2 Parallel port test in progress or failure.
Zenith Generic                  (3D) Video and timers initialize.
Zenith 4.xx                     (3D) CPU ID saved.
                                                                                    Error Code - 3E
AMI WinBIOS                     (3E) Call tech support 727-532-4151..
AMI after 4/9/90                (3E) About to go to real mode (shutdown).
AMI before 4/9/90               (3E) About to go to real mode (shutdown).

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Award Plug-and-Play             (3E) Try to turn on level 2 cache.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (3E) Setup cache controller; Initialize cache controller.
Dell                            (3E) [Beep]=4-4-3 Math CoProcessor test in progress or failure.
IBM AT                          (3E) Diskette Attachment Test, Initialize Hard File.
Phoenix 3.07                    (3E) Get switches/jumper status from 8742.
Phoenix Generic                 (3E) [Beep]=4-4-3 Math CoProcessor test in progress or failure.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (3E) Get switches/jumper status from 8742.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (3E) Get Switches From 8042.
Zenith Generic                  (3E) DMA ports initialize.
Zenith 4.xx                     (3E) Video and timers initialize.
                                                                                 Error Code - 3F
AMI WinBIOS                     (3F) Call tech support 727-531-4151.
AMI after 4/9/90                (3F) Shutdown successful and Processor in real mode.
AMI before 4/9/90               (3F) Shutdown successful and Processor in real mode.
Award Ver 4.0, 4.2 and 4.5      (3F) Enable shadow RAM per CMOS RAM setup or if MEMORY TYPE is SYS in the EISA configuration.
Dell                            (3F) Cache memory failure.
IBM AT                          (3F) Initialize Printer.
Zenith Generic                  (3F) Speed set to high.
Zenith 4.xx                     (3F) DMA ports initialize.
                                                                                 Error Code - 40
ACER                            (40) Shutdown #1.
AMI WinBIOS                     (40) Going to prepare the description tables.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (40) Preparation for virtual mode test started. Going to verify from video memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (40) Going to verify from video memory.
AMI after 4/9/90                (40) CACHE memory on and about to disable A20 address line.
AMI before 4/9/90               (40) About to disable gate A20 address line.
AST                             (40) CMOS RAM backup battery.
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51        (40) Display virus protest disable or enable.
Compaq                          (40) Save RESET WD value.
IBM AT                          (40) Enable H/W Interrupt if 80287.
Phoenix 4.0                     (40) Set initial CPU speed. (Beep) = 2-1-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (40) Configure CPU speed.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (40) Configure CPU speed.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (40) Configure CPU Speed.
Zenith Generic                  (40) RAM checksum.
Zenith 4.xx                     (40) Speed set to high.
                                                                                 Error Code - 41
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (41) Returned after verifying from display memory. Going to prepare the descriptor tables.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (41) Going to prepare the descriptor tables.
AMI after 4/9/90                (41) A20 address line disabled successful.
AMI before 4/9/90               (41) A20 address line disabled successful.
AST                             (41) CMOS RAM checksum.
Award Plug-and-Play             (41) Initialize floppy disk drive controller.

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Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (41) Initialize floppy drive & controller; Initialize floppy disk drive controller and any drives.
Compaq                          (41) Check RAM refresh.
IBM AT                          (41) System Code @ Segment Code E000:0?.
Zenith 4.xx                     (41) EPROM checksum.
                                                                                     Error Code - 42
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (42) Descriptor tables prepared. Going to enter in virtual mode for memory test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (42) Going to enter in virtual mode for memory test.
AMI after 4/9/90                (42) 486 internal cache turned on.
AMI before 4/9/90               (42) About to start DMA controller test.
AST                             (42) Setup CMOS RAM.
Award Plug-and-Play             (42) Same as v4.5
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (42) Initialize hard drive & controller; Initialize hard drive controller and any drives.
Compaq                          (42) Start write cycle of 128K RAM test.
IBM AT                          (42) Exit to System Code.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (42) Initialize interrupt vectors. (Beep) = 2-1-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (42) Initialize interrupt vectors.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (42) Initialize interrupt vectors.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (42) Initialize Interrupt Vectors.
Zenith 4.xx                     (42) Enable Floppy and hard drive, disable parallel port.
                                                                                     Error Code - 43
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (43) Entered in the virtual mode. Going to enable interrupts for diagnostics mode.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (43) Going to enable interrupts for diagnostics mode.
AMI after 4/9/90                (43) About to start DMA controller test.
AT&T BIOS                       (43) Keyboard controller test.
Award Plug-and-Play             (43) If it is a PnP BIOS, initialize serial & parallel ports.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (43) Detect & initialize serial/parallel ports; Initialize any serial and parallel ports (also game port).
Compaq                          (43) Reset parity checks.
IBM AT                          (43) Go To Boot Loader.
Zenith Generic                  (43) Cache off.
Zenith 4.xx                     (43) Slush extended video BIOS.
                                                                                     Error Code - 44
ACER                            (44) Video BIOS ROM initialize.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (44) Interrupts enabled (if diag switch is on). Going to initialize data to check memory wrap around at 0:0
Award ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (44) Going to initialize data to check memory re-map at 0:0.
Compaq                          (44) Start verify cycle if 128K RAM test.
IBM AT                          (44) Attempt Boot from Fixed Disk.
Phoenix 4.0                     (44) Initialize BIOS interrupts. (Beep) = 2-1-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (44) Verify video configuration.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (44) Verify video configuration.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (44) Verify Video Configuration.
Zenith Generic                  (44) Check all memory (base and extended).
Zenith 4.xx                     (44) Cache off.
                                                                                     Error Code - 45
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ACER                            (45) Set up BIOS RAM.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (45) Data initialized. Going to check for memory wrap around at 0:0 and the total system memory size.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (45) Check for memory re-map at 0:0 and find the total system Memory Size.
Award Plug-and-Play             (45) Initialize math CoProcessor.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (45) Detect & Initialize math CoProcessor; Initialize math CoProcessor.
Compaq                          (45) Check for parity errors.
IBM AT                          (45) Unable to Boot from Disk Go TO BASIC.
IBM PS/2                        (45) Same as (42) NMI verification when possible.
Phoenix 6.0                     (45) POST device initialization
Zenith Generic                  (45) Check memory 64K.
Zenith 4.xx                     (45) Check extended memory 1M to 32M.
                                                                                Error Code - 46
ACER                            (46) Test controller and cache memory.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (46) Memory wrap around test done. Memory size calculation over, writing patterns to test memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (46) About to go For writing patterns to test memory.
Award Ver. 4.0                  (46) Display the setup message (to press Ctrl-Alt-Esc to enter setup), and enable setup.
Compaq                          (46) No RAM errors.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (46) Check ROM copying notice. (Beep) = 2-1-2-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (46) Initialize video system.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (46) Initialize video system.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (46) Initialize Video System.
Zenith Generic                  (46) Determine total memory.
Zenith 4.xx                     (46) Check 64K RAM.
                                                                                Error Code - 47
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (47) Pattern to be tested written in extended memory. Going to write patterns in base 640k mem.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (47) Going to write patterns in base 640K memory.
Award Ver. 4.0, 4.2 and 4.5     (47) Set system speed for boot
Compaq                          (47) Got a RAM error.
Phoenix 4.0                     (47) Initialize manager for PCI Options ROMs. (Beep) = 2-1-2-4
Zenith Generic                  (47) Set Cache memory.
Zenith 4.xx                     (47) Determine total system memory.
                                                                                Error Code - 48
ACER                            (48) Memory test.
AMI WinBIOS                     (48) Patterns written in base memory. Going to find out amount of memory below 1M memory.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (48) Patterns written in base memory. Going to find out amount of memory below 1M memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (48) Going to find out amount of memory below 1M memory.
IBM PS/2                        (48) Validate system speaker.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (48) Check Video configuration against CMOS. (Beep) = 2-1-3-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (48) Test for unexpected interrupts.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (48) Test for unexpected interrupts.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (48) Test Unexpected Interrupts.
Zenith Generic                  (48) Check timer.
Zenith 4.xx                     (48) Warm boot flag.

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                                                                             Error Code - 49
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (49) Memory below 1M found and verified. Going to find out amount of memory above 1M memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (49) Going to find out amount of memory above 1M memory.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (49) Initialize PCI bus and devices. (Beep) = 2-1-3-2
Zenith 4.xx                   (49) Test 0 to 16K of RAM.
                                                                             Error Code - 4A
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (4A) Amount of memory above 1M found and verified. Going for BIOS ROM data area check.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (4A) Going for BIOS ROM data area check.
IBM PS/2                      (4A) Verification of timer.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (4A) Initialize all video adapters in system. (Beep) = 2-1-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                  (4A) Start 2nd protected mode test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (4A) Start 2nd protected mode test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (4A) Start Second Protected Mode Test.
Zenith Generic                (4A) Check video RAM.
Zenith 4.xx                   (4A) Set BIOS interrupt vector.
                                                                             Error Code - 4B
AMI WinBIOS                   (4B) Amount of memory above 1M found and verified. Check for soft reset and going to clear memory below 1M for reset. (If power on, go to
                                   check point# 4Eh).
AMI Hi-Flex                   (4B) BIOS ROM data area check over. going to check <ESC> and to clear memory below 1M for soft reset.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (4B) Going to check <ESC> and to clear memory below 1M for Soft Reset.
IBM PS/2                      (4B) Verification of timer.
Phoenix 6.0                   (4B) Quiet-Boot start (optional.
Zenith Generic                (4B) Check 0 to 16K RAM.
Zenith 4.xx                   (4B) Check timer.
                                                                             Error Code - 4C
ACER                          (4C) #3 shutdown.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (4C) Memory below 1M cleared.(SOFT RESET) Going to clear memory above 1M.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (4C) Going to clear memory above 1M.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (4C) Shadow video BIOS ROM. (Beep) = 2-1-4-1
Phoenix 3.07                  (4C) Perform LDT instructions test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (4C) (2nd protected mode test) Perform LDT instruction test
Quadtel AT BIOS               (4C) Verify LDT Instruction.
Zenith Generic                (4C) Set BIOS interrupt vectors.
Zenith 4.xx                   (4C) Re-set interrupt.
                                                                             Error Code - 4D
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (4D) Mem above 1M cleared. (SOFT RESET) Going to save the memory size. (GOTO check point #52h)
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (4D) Going to save the memory size.
Zenith Generic                (4D) Hardware default enable.
Zenith 4.xx                   (4D) Initiation of default hardware.
                                                                             Error Code - 4E
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (4E) Memory test started. (NO SOFT RESET) About to display the first 64K memory test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (4E) About to display the first 64K memory test.


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AMI before 4/9/90               (4E) Address line test OK
Award Plug-and-Play             (4E) If there is any error, show all the error messages on the screen & wait for user to press <F1>.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (4E) Manufacturing POST loop or display messages; Reboot if manufacturing POST loop pin is set. Otherwise display any messages and enter
                                     setup.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (4E) Display copying notice. (Beep) = 2-1-4-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (4E) Perform TR instruction test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (4E) (2nd protected mode test) Perform TR instruction test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (4E) Verify TR Instruction.
Zenith Generic                  (4E) Determine global I/O configuration.
Zenith 4.xx                     (4E) Global I/O configuration.
                                                                                Error Code - 4F
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (4F) Memory size display started. This will be updated during memory test. Going for sequential and random memory test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (4F) Going for sequential and random memory test.
AMI before 4/9/90               (4F) Processor in real mode after shutdown
Award Plug-and-Play             (4F) If password is needed, ask for password. Clear the Energy Star logo (Green BIOS only).
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (4F) Security check; Ask password security.
Zenith 4.xx                     (4F) Initialize video.
                                                                                Error Code - 50
ACER                            (50) #2 shutdown.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (50) Memory testing / initialization below 1M complete. Going to adjust displayed memory size for relocation/ shadow.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (50) Going to adjust memory size for relocation/Shadow.
AMI after 4/9/90                (50) DMA page register test complete.
AMI before 4/9/90               (50) DMA page register test complete.
AST                             (50) Protected mode.
Award Plug-and-Play             (50) Write all the CMOS values currently in the BIOS stack areas back into the CMOS.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (50) Write CMOS; Write all CMOS values back to RAM and clear screen.
Compaq                          (50) Check for dual freq in CMOS.
Chips & Technologies            (50) Hardware initialize
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (50) Display CPU type and speed. (Beep) = 2-2-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (50) Perform LSL instruction test.
Phoenix Generic                 (50) [Beep]=none Custom chip set or custom platform.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (50) (2nd protected mode test) Perform LSL instruction test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (50) Verify LSL Instruction.
Zenith Generic                  (50) Initialize video.
                                                                                Error Code - 51
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (51) Memory size display adjusted due to relocation/ shadow. Memory test above 1M to follow.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (51) Memory test above 1M to follow.
AMI after 4/9/90                (51) DMA unit-1 base register test about to start.
AMI before 4/9/90               (51) DMA unit-1 base register test about to start.
AST                             (51) Protected mode.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (51) Pre-boot enable; Enable parity checker; Enable NMI, Enable cache before boot.
Compaq                          (51) Check CMOS VDU configuration.
Chips &Technologies             (51) Timer Initialize

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Phoenix 6.0                     (51) Initialize EISA board.
Zenith 4.xx                     (51) Check all errors before booting.
                                                                                     Error Code - 52
AMI WinBIOS                     (52) Memory testing/initialization below 1M complete. Going to save memory size information.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (52) Memory test above 1M complete. Going to prepare to go back to real mode.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (52) Going to prepare to go back to real mode.
AMI after 4/9/90                (52) DMA unit-1 base register test complete.
AMI before 4/9/90               (52) DMA unit-1 channel OK, about to begin CH-2.
Award Plug-and-Play             (52) Initialize all ISA ROMs. Later PCI initializations (PCI BIOS only). PnP initializations (PnP BIOS only). Program shadow RAM according
                                     to setup settings. Program parity according to setup setting. Power Management initialization.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (52) Initialize option ROMs; Initialize any option ROMs present from C8000h to EFFFFh.
Compaq                          (52) Start VDU search.
Chips & Technologies            (52) DMA controller initialize.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (52) Test keyboard. (Beep) = 2-2-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (52) Perform LAR instruction test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (52) (2nd protected mode test) Perform LAR instruction test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (52) Verify LAR Instruction.
Zenith Generic                  (52) Set keyboard controller.
                                                                                     Error Code - 53
AMI WinBIOS                     (53) Memory size information is saved. CPU registers are saved. Going to enter in real mode.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (53) CPU registers are saved including memory size. Going to enter in real mode.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (53) Going to enter in real mode.
AMI after 4/9/90                (53) DMA unit-2 base register test complete.
AMI before 4/9/90               (53) DMA CH-2 base register test OK.
Award Plug-and-Play             (53) If it is not a PnP BIOS, initialize serial & parallel ports. Initialize time value in BIOS data area.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (53) Initialize time value; Initialize time value in 40h BIOS data area.
Compaq                          (53) Vector to VDU option ROMs.
Chips & Technologies            (53) Initialize interrupt controller.
Zenith Generic                  (53) Interrupt 12 off.

                                                                                     Error Code - 54
ACER                            (54) #7 shutdown.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (54) Shutdown successful, CPU in real mode. Going to restore registers saved during preparation for shutdown.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (54) Going to restore registers saved during preparation for Shutdown.
AMI after 4/9/90                (54) About to check F/F latch for unit-1 and unit-2.
AMI before 4/9/90               (54) About to test f/f latch for unit-1.
Compaq                          (54) Init primary display adapter.
Chips & Technologies            (54) Chip-Set Initialize.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (54) Set key click if enabled. (Beep) = 2-2-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (54) Perform VERR instruction test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (54) (2nd protected mode test) Perform VERR instruction test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (54) Verify VERR Instruction.
Zenith Generic                  (54) Enter password.

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                                                                                Error Code - 55
AMI Hi-Flex                  (55) Registers restored. Going to disable gate A20 address line.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (55) Going to disable gate A20 address line.
AMI after 4/9/90             (55) F/F latch for both units checked.
AMI before 4/9/90            (55) f/f latch test both unit OK.
Award PCI                    (55) Check video Card- or replace video card.
Compaq                       (55) Init secondary display adapter.
Chips & Technologies         (55) EMS configuration Set-up.
IBM PS/2                     (55) Reserve.
Zenith Generic               (55) Set system clock.
Zenith 4.xx                  (55) Set keyboard controller.
                                                                                Error Code - 56
AMI Hi-Flex                  (56) A20 address line disable successful. BIOS ROM data area about to be checked.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (56) BIOS ROM data area about to be checked.
AMI after 4/9/90             (56) DMA unit 1 and 2 programming over and about to initialize 8259 interrupt controller.
AMI before 4/9/90            (56) DMA unit 1 & 2 programmed OK.
Compaq                       (56) No display adapters installed.
Chips & Technologies         (56) Protected mode.
Phoenix 4.0                  (56) Enable keyboard. (Beep) = 2-2-2-3
Phoenix 3.07                 (56) Unexpected exception.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (56) (2nd protected mode test) Unexpected exception.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (56) Unexpected Exception.
Zenith Generic               (56) Set floppy and check track seeks.
Zenith 4.xx                  (56) Set PS/2 mouse.
                                                                                Error Code - 57
AMI WinBIOS                  (57) A20 address line disable successful.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (57) BIOS ROM data area check halfway. BIOS ROM data area check to be complete.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (57) BIOS ROM data area check to be completed.
AMI after 4/9/90             (57) 8259 initialization over.
AMI before 4/9/90            (57) 8259 initialization over.
Compaq                       (57) Init primary VDU mode.
Chips & Technologies         (57) Memory size.
Zenith 4.xx                  (57) Mouse configuration (CLIO)

                                                                                Error Code - 58
ACER                         (58) #6 shutdown.
AMI WinBIOS                  (58) Memory size adjusted for relocation/shadow. Going to clear Hit <DEL> message.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (58) BIOS ROM data area check over. Going to clear Hit <ESC> message.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (58) Going to clear hit <ESC> message.
AMI before 4/9/90            (58) 8259 mask register check OK.
Compaq                       (58) Start of VDU test (for each adapter).
Chips & Technologies         (58) Memory interleave configure.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (58) Test for unexpected interrupts. (Beep) = 2-2-3-1

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Phoenix 3.07                  (58) Perform A20 gate test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (58) Perform A20 gate test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (58) Address Line 20 Test.
Zenith Generic                (58) Set ROMs.
Zenith 4.xx                   (58) LAN configuration (CLIO).
                                                                             Error Code - 59
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (59) Hit <ESC> message cleared. <WAIT..> message displayed. About to start DMA and interrupt controller test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (59) About to start DMA and interrupt controller test.
AMI before 4/9/90             (59) Master 8259 mask register OK, about to start slave.
Compaq                        (59) Check existence of adapter.
Chips & Technologies          (59) Exiting protected mode.
Phoenix 6.0                   (59) Initialize POST display service
Zenith Generic                (59) Set ROMs.
Zenith 4.xx                   (59) SCSI configuration (CLIO).
                                                                             Error Code - 5A
AMI before 4/9/90             (5A) About to check timer and keyboard interrupt level.
Compaq                        (5A) Blank display, check VDU registers.
Chips & Technologies          (5A) Board memory size.
Phoenix 3.07                  (5A) Keyboard ready test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (5A) Keyboard ready test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (5A) Keyboard Ready Test.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (5A) Display prompt “Press F2 to enter SETUP”. (Beep) = 2-2-3-3
Zenith Generic                (5A) Set SCSI interface.
                                                                             Error Code - 5B
AMI before 4/9/90             (5B) Timer interrupt OK.
Compaq                        (5B) Start screen memory test.
Chips & Technologies          (5B) Shadow RAM relocated.
Phoenix 6.0                   (5B) Display CPU cache
Zenith Generic                (5B) Set default I/O parameters.
Zenith 4.xx                   (5B) Enter password.
                                                                             Error Code - 5C
ACER                          (5C) About to test Keyboard and I/O.
AMI before 4/9/90             (5C) About to test keyboard interrupt.
Compaq                        (5C) End of test for adapter, clear memory.
Chips & Technologies          (5C) EMS configure.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (5C) Test RAM between 512 and 640K. (Beep) = 2-2-4-1
Phoenix 3.07                  (5C) Determine if AT or KT keyboard type.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (5C) Determine if AT or XT keyboard type.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (5C) Determine AT or XT Keyboard.
Zenith Generic                (5C) Set cache and clock.
Zenith 4.xx                   (5C) Set clock.
                                                                            Error Code - 5D

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AMI before 4/9/90             (5D) ERROR! timer/keyboard interrupt not in proper level.
Compaq                        (5D) Error detected on an adapter.
Chips & Technologies          (5D) Wait state configuration is set-up.
Zenith 4.xx                   (5D) Set floppy drive.
                                                                                Error Code - 5E
AMI WinBIOS                   (5E) Call tech support 727-531-4151.
AMI before 4/9/90             (5E) 8259 interrupt controller error.
Compaq                        (5E) Test the next adapter.
Chips & Technologies          (5E) 1st 64K RAM re-test.
Phoenix 3.07                  (5E) Enter third protected mode test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (5E) Enter third protected mode test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (5E) Start Third Protected Mode Test.
Zenith Generic                (5E) Set gate A20 off.
Zenith 4.xx                   (5E) Test for Z150 System.
                                                                                Error Code - 5F
AMI before 4/9/90             (5F) 8259 interrupt controller test OK.
Compaq                        (5F) All adapters successfully tested.
Chips & Technologies          (5F) Shadow RAM.
                                                                                Error Code - 60
ACER                          (60) Set up BIOS interrupt.
AMI WinBIOS                   (60) DMA page register test passed. About to go for DMA #1, verify from display memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (60) About to verify from display memory.
AST                           (60) RAM size.
Award Plug-and-Play           (60) Setup virus protection (Boot sector protection)
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51      (60) Setup virus protect; Setup virus protect according to setup.
Compaq                        (60) Start of memory test.
Chips & Technologies          (60) CMOS RAM
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (60) Test expanded memory. (Beep) = 2-3-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                  (60) Base memory test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (60) (3rd protected mode test) Base memory test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (60) Base Memory Test.
Zenith 4.xx                   (60) Set I/O default parameters.
                                                                                Error Code - 61
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (61) Display memory verification over. About to go for DMA #1 base register test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (61) About to go For DMA #1 base register test.
AST                           (61) RAM test.
Award Plug-and-Play           (61) Try to turn on level 2 cache. Set the boot up speed according to setup setting. Last chance for chipset initialization. Last chance for
                                   power management initialization. Show the system configuration table.
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51      (61) Set boot speed; Set system speed for boot.
Compaq                        (61) Enter protected mode.
Chips & Technologies          (61) Video
Zenith Generic                (61) Cache off.


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                                                                                Error Code - 62
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (62) DMA #1 base register test passed. About to go for DMA #2 base register test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (62) About to go for DMA #2 base register test.
AST                             (62) Shadow RAM.
Award Plug-and-Play             (62) Setup daylight savings according to setup values. Program the NUM lock, type rate & type speed according to setup setting.
Award Ver. 4.50 and 4.51        (62) Setup NUM_LOCK; Setup NUM_LOCK status according to setup.
Compaq                          (62) Start memory sizing.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (62) Test extended memory address lines. (Beep) = 2-3-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                    (62) Base memory address test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (62) (3rd protected mode test) Base memory address test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (62) Base Memory Address Test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (62) Set ROMs.
                                                                                Error Code - 63
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex     (63) DMA #2 base register test passed. About to go for BIOS ROM data area check.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (63) About to go for BIOS ROM data area check.
AST                             (63) Cache memory.
Award Plug-and-Play             (63) If there is any changes in the hardware configuration, update the ESCD information (PnP BIOS only. Clear memory that have been used.
                                     Boot system via INT 19h.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (63) Boot attempt; Set low stack, boot via INT 19h. Check the memory setting on the BIOS
Compaq                          (63) Get CMOS size.
Chips & Technologies            (63) Protected mode interrupt.
Zenith 4.xx                     (63) Set ROMs.

                                                                                Error Code - 64
ACER                            (64) Start test real time clock.
AMI WinBIOS                     (64) Reserved.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (64) BIOS ROM data area check halfway. BIOS ROM data area check to be complete.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (64) BIOS ROM data area check to be completed.
AST                             (64) Copy BIOS to shadow RAM.
Compaq                          (64) Start test of real memory.
Chips & Technologies            (64) Address line A20.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (64) Jump to User Patch 1. (Beep) = 2-3-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (64) Shadow memory test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (64) (3rd protected mode test) Shadow memory test.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (64) Shadow Memory Test.
Zenith 4.xx                     (64) Set SCSI interface.
                                                                                Error Code - 65
AMI WinBIOS                     (65) DMA #2 base register test passed. About to program DMA unit 1 and 2.
AMI Hi-Flex                     (65) BIOS ROM data area check over. about to program DMA unit 1 and 2.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91      (65) About to Program DMA Unit 1 and 2.
AST                             (65) Copy video BIOS to shadow RAM.
Compaq                          (65) Start test of extended memory.
Chips & Technologies            (65) Memory address lines.

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Zenith Generic               (65) System booting end.
Zenith 4.xx                  (65) Set gate A20 off.
                                                                                Error Code - 66
AMI WinBIOS                  (66) DMA unit 1 and 2 programming over. About to initialize 8259 interrupt controller.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (66) DMA unit 1 and 2 programming over. About to initialize 8259 interrupt controller.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (66) 8259 interrupt controller initialization.
AST                          (66) 8254 timer channel #2.
Compaq                       (66) Save size of real and extended memory.
Chips & Technologies         (66) Memory Test.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (66) Configure advanced cache registers. (Beep) = 2-3-2-3
Phoenix 3.07                 (66) Extended memory test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (66) (3rd protected mode test) Extended memory test.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (66) Extended Memory Test.
                                                                                Error Code - 67
AMI WinBIOS                  (67) 8259 initialization over. About to start keyboard test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91   (67) About to start keyboard test.
AMI Hi-Flex                  (67) 8259 initialization over. About to start keyboard test.
AST                          (67) Memory initialize.
Compaq                       (67) Update 128K-Option installed CMOS bit.
Chips& Technologies          (67) Extended memory.
Phoenix 6.0                  (67) Initialize Multi Processor APIC.
Zenith 4.xx                  (67) Set system speed.
                                                                                Error Code - 68
ACER                         (68) Test floppy disk.
Compaq                       (68) Prepare to return to real mode.
Chips & Technologies         (68) Timer interrupt.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (68) Enable external and CPU caches. (Beep) = 2-3-3-1
Phoenix 3.07                 (68) Extended address test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (68) (3rd protected mode test) Extended address test
Quadtel AT BIOS              (68) Extended Address Test.
Zenith 4.xx                  (68) Cache off.
                                                                                Error Code - 69
Compaq                       (69) Back in real mode - test successful.
Chips & Technologies         (69) Real Time clock.
Phoenix 6.0                  (69) Setup System Management Mode (SMM) area.
                                                                               Error Code - 6A
Compaq                       (6A) Back in real mode - error during test.
Chips & Technologies         (6A) Keyboard controller.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0          (6A) Display external cache size. (Beep) = 2-3-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                 (6A) Determine memory test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS            (6A) (3rd protected mode test) Determine memory size.
Quadtel AT BIOS              (6A) Determine Memory Size.


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                                                                       Error Code - 6B
Compaq                 (6B) Display error messages.
Chips & Technologies   (6B) Test Math chip.
Phoenix 6.0            (6B) Load custom defaults (optional).
                                                                       Error Code - 6C
ACER                   (6C) Test hard disk drive.
Compaq                 (6C) End of memory test.
Chips & Technologies   (6C) Test serial port (RS232)
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0    (6C) Display shadow message. (Beep) = 2-3-4-1
Phoenix 3.07           (6C) Display error messages.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS      (6C) Display error messages.
Quadtel AT BIOS        (6C) Display Error Messages.
                                                                       Error Code - 6D
Compaq                 (6D) Initialize KB OK display string.
Chips & Technologies   (6D) Test parallel ports.
Zenith 4.xx            (6D) Check all errors before booting.
                                                                       Error Code - 6E
Compaq                 (6E) Determine size to test.
Chips & Technologies   (6E) Dual card.
Phoenix 6.0            (6E) Display possible high address for UMB recovery.
Phoenix 4.0            (6E) Display non-disposable segments. (Beep) = 2-3-4-3
Phoenix 3.07           (6E) Configure ROM/RAM BIOS.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS      (6E) Configure ROM/RAM BIOS.
Quadtel AT BIOS        (6E) Copy BIOS to Shadow Memory.
                                                                       Error Code - 6F
Compaq                 (6F) Start of MEMORY TEST.
Chips & Technologies   (6F) Test floppy drive controller.
                                                                       Error Code - 70
ACER                   (70) About to test parallel port.
AMI after 4/9/90       (70) About to start keyboard test.
AMI before 4/9/90      (70) Start of keyboard test.
Compaq                 (70) Display XXXXX KB OK.
Chips & Technologies   (70) Test hard drive controller.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0    (70) Display error messages. (Beep) = 2-4-1-1
Phoenix 3.07           (70) System timer test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS      (70) System timer test.
Quadtel AT BIOS        (70) 8254 Clock Test.
                                                                       Error Code - 71
AMI after 4/9/90       (71) Keyboard controller BAT test over.
AMI before 4/9/90      (71) Keyboard BAT test OK
AT&T BIOS              (71) Set Real Time Clock.
Compaq                 (71) Test each RAM segment.

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Chips & Technologies   (71) Key-lock.
                                                                          Error Code - 72
AMI after 4/9/90       (72) Keyboard interface test over, mouse interface test started.
AMI before 4/9/90      (72) Keyboard test OK.
AT&T BIOS              (72) Test parallel interfaces.
Compaq                 (72) High order address test.
Chips & Technologies   (72) Pointing device.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0    (72) Check for configuration errors. (Beep) = 2-4-1-3
Phoenix 3.07           (72) Real time clock test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS      (72) Real time clock test.
Quadtel AT BIOS        (72) MC146818 Real Time Clock Test.
                                                                          Error Code - 73
AMI after 4/9/90       (73) Global data initialization for keyboard/mouse over.
AMI before 4/9/90      (73) Keyboard global data initialization OK.
Compaq                 (73) Exit MEMORY TEST.

                                                                          Error Code - 74
ACER                   (74) About to test serial port.
AMI after 4/9/90       (74) Display 'SETUP' prompt and about to start floppy setup.
AMI before 4/9/90      (74) Floppy setup about to start.
Compaq                 (74) Parity error on bus after memory test, system halted.
Phoenix 4.0            (74) Test real-time clock. (Beep) = 2-4-2-1
Phoenix 3.07           (74) Test for stuck keys.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS      (74) Test for stuck keys.
Quadtel AT BIOS        (74) Keyboard Stuck Key Test.
                                                                          Error Code - 75
AMI after 4/9/90       (75) Floppy setup over.
AMI before 4/9/90      (75) Floppy setup over.
Compaq                 (75) Start of protected mode test.
                                                                          Error Code - 76
AMI after 4/9/90       (76) Hard disk setup about to start.
AMI before 4/9/90      (76) Hard disk setup about to start.
Compaq                 (76) Prepare to enter protected mode.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0    (76) Check for keyboard errors. (Beep) = 2-4-2-3
Phoenix 3.07           (76) Initialize hardware interrupt vectors.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS      (76) Initialize hardware interrupt vectors.
Quadtel AT BIOS        (76) Initialize Hardware Interrupt Vectors.
                                                                          Error Code - 77
AMI after 4/9/90       (77) Hard disk setup over.
AMI before 4/9/90      (77) Hard disk setup over.
Compaq                 (77) Test software exceptions.
                                                                          Error Code - 78

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ACER                  (78) Set real time.
Compaq                (78) Prepare to return to real mode.
Phoenix 3.07          (78) Detect and test CoProcessor.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS     (78) Detect and test CoProcessor.
Quadtel AT BIOS       (78) Math CoProcessor Test.
                                                                      Error Code - 79
AMI after 4/9/90      (79) About to initialize timer data area.
AMI before 4/9/90     (79) About to initialize timer data area.
Compaq                (79) Back in real mode - No error.
                                                                      Error Code - 7A
AMI after 4/9/90      (7A) Timer data initialized and about to verify CMOS battery power.
AMI before 4/9/90     (7A) Verify CMOS battery power
Compaq                (7A) Back in real mode - error.
Phoenix 3.07          (7A) Determine/Init COM channels.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS     (7A) Determine/Init COM channels.
Quadtel AT BIOS       (7A) Determine COM Ports Available.
                                                                      Error Code - 7B
AMI after 4/9/90      (7B) CMOS battery verification over.
AMI before 4/9/90     (7B) CMOS battery verification over.
Compaq                (7B) Exit protected mode.
                                                                      Error Code - 7C
ACER                  (7C) Scan option RAMs.
Compaq                (7C) High order address test failure.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0   (7C) Set up hardware interrupts vectors. (Beep) = 2-4-4-1
Phoenix 3.07          (7C) Determine LPT channels.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS     (7C) Determine LPT channels.
Quadtel AT BIOS       (7C) Determine LPT Ports Available.
                                                                      Error Code - 7D
AMI after 4/9/90      (7D) About to analyze POST results.
AMI before 4/9/90     (7D) About to analyze diagnostic test results for memory
Compaq                (7D) Enter cache controller test.
                                                                      Error Code - 7E
AMI after 4/9/90      (7E) CMOS memory size updated.
AMI before 4/9/90     (7E) CMOS memory size updated.
Compaq                (7E) Exit cache controller test.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0   (7E) Test CoProcessor if present. (Beep) = 2-4-4-3
Phoenix 3.07          (7E) Initialize BIOS data area.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS     (7E) Initialize BIOS Data Area.
Quadtel AT BIOS       (7E) Initialize BIOS Data Area.
                                                                      Error Code - 7F
AMI after 4/9/90      (7F) Look for <DEL> key and get into CMOS setup if found.
AMI before 4/9/90     (7F) About to check optional ROM C000:0.

A-38
Compaq                        (7F) Copy System ROM to high RAM
                                                                                Error Code - 80
ACER                          (80) Determine math CoProcessor is present.
AMI WinBIOS & Hi-Flex         (80) Keyboard test started, clearing output buffer, checking for stuck key, About to issue keyboard reset command.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (80) About to issue keyboard reset command.
AMI after 4/9/90              (80) About to give control to optional ROM in segment C800 to DE00.
AMI before 4/9/90             (80) Keyboard sensed to enable setup.
Compaq                        (80) Start of 8042 test.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (80) Disable onboard Super I/O ports and IRQs. (Beep) = 3-1-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                  (80) Detect floppy controller.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (80) Detect floppy controller.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (80) Determine Floppy/Fixed Controller.
                                                                                Error Code - 81
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (81) Keyboard reset error/stuck key found. About to issue keyboard controller interface test command.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (81) About to issue keyboard controller Interface Test Command.
AMI after 4/9/90              (81) Optional ROM control over.
AMI before 4/9/90             (81) Optional ROM control over.
Compaq                        (81) Do 8042 self-test.
IBM AT                        (81) Exception Interrupt Routine, Build Descriptor Table.
Phoenix 6.0                   (81) late POST device initialization.
                                                                                Error Code - 82
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (82) Keyboard controller interface test over. About to write command byte and Init circular buffer.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (82) About to write command byte and Init circular buffer
AMI after 4/9/90              (82) Check for printer ports and put the addresses in global data area.
AMI before 4/9/90             (82) Printer global data initialization OK.
Compaq                        (82) Check result received.
IBM AT                        (82) Exception Interrupt Routine, Switch to Virtual Mode.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (82) Detect and install external RS232 ports. (Beep) = 3-1-1-3
Phoenix 3.07                  (82) Test floppy drives.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (82) Test floppy drives.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (82) Floppy Disk Test.
                                                                                Error Code - 83
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (83) Command byte written, global data Init done. About to check for lock-key
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (83) About to check for lock key.
AMI after 4/9/90              (83) Check for RS232 ports and put the addresses in global data area.
AMI before 4/9/90             (83) RS-232 global data initialization OK.
Compaq                        (83) Error result.
Phoenix 6.0                   (83) Configure non-MCD IDE controllers.
                                                                                Error Code - 84
ACER                          (84) Keyboard initialize.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (84) Lock-key checking over. About to check for memory size mismatch with CMOS.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (84) About to check for memory Size mismatch with CMOS.


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AMI after 4/9/90              (84) CoProcessor detection over.
AMI before 4/9/90             (84) 80287 check/test OK.
Compaq                        (84) OK 8042 , Init mode = 5D.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (84) Detect and install external parallels ports. (Beep) = 3-1-2-1
Phoenix 3.07                  (84) Fixed disk test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (84) Fixed disk test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (84) Fixed Disk Test.
                                                                                 Error Code - 85
AMI WinBIOS                   (85) Memory size check done. About to display soft error and check for password or bypass setup.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (85) About to display soft error and check for password or Bypass Setup
AMI after 4/9/90              (85) About to display soft error message.
AMI before 4/9/90             (85) About to display soft error message.
Phoenix 6.0                   (85) Initialize PC-compatible PnP ISA devices.
                                                                                 Error Code - 86
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (86) Password checked. About to do programming before setup.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (86) About to do programming before setup.
AMI after 4/9/90              (86) About to give control to system ROM at segment E000.
AMI before 4/9/90             (86) About to give control to system ROM E000:0.
Compaq                        (86) Start keyboard test, reset keyboard.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (86) Re-initialize onboard I/O ports. (Beep) = 3-1-2-3
Phoenix 3.07                  (86) Perform external ROM scan.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (86) Perform external ROM scan.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (86) External ROM Scan.
                                                                                 Error Code - 87
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (87) Programming before setup complete. Going to un-compresses SETUP code and execute CMOS setup.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (87) Going to CMOS setup program.
AMI before 4/9/90             (87) System ROM E000:0 check over.
Compaq                        (87) Got acknowledge, read result.
Phoenix 6.0                   (87) Configure Motherboard Configuration Devices (optional)
                                                                                 Error Code - 88
ACER                          (88) System #1 initialize.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (88) Returned from CMOS setup program and screen is cleared. About to do programming after setup.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (88) About to do programming after setup.
Compaq                        (88) Got result, check it.
IBM AT                        (88) Chipset initialize /auto memory detection about to begin. Check first SIMM - Replace memory SIMM
Phoenix 3.0, 4.0, 6.0         (88) Test key-lock / keyboard type.-Initialize BIOS Data Area. (Beep) = 3-1-3-1
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (88) Test key-lock / keyboard type.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (88) System Key Lock Test.
                                                                                 Error Code - 89
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (89) Programming after setup complete. Going to display power on screen message.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (89) Going to display power on screen message.
Compaq                        (89) Test for stuck keys.


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Phoenix 6.0                   (89) Enable Non-Maskable Interrupts (NMIs)
                                                                               Error Code - 8A
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (8A) First screen message displayed. About to display <WAIT...> message.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (8A) About to display <WAIT...> Message, mouse check and Initialization Next.
Compaq                        (8A) Key seems to be stuck.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (8A) Initialize Extended BIOS Data Area. (Beep) = 3-1-3-3
Phoenix 3.07                  (8A) Wait for F1 test.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (8A) Wait for F1 test.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (8A) Wait for F1 Key Pressed.
                                                                               Error Code - 8B
AMI WinBIOS & Hi-Flex         (8B) First screen message displayed <WAIT...> message displayed. About to do Main and Video BIOS shadow.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (8B) About to do main and video BIOS shadow.
Compaq                        (8B) Test keyboard interface.
Phoenix 6.0                   (8B) Test and initialize PS/2 mouse
                                                                               Error Code - 8C
ACER                          (8C) System #2 initialize.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (8C) Main and video BIOS shadow successful. Setup options programming after CMOS setup about to start.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (8C) Setup options programming after CMOS setup about to Start.
Compaq                        (8C) Got result ,check it.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (8C) Initialize floppy controller. (Beep) = 3-1-4-1
Phoenix 3.07                  (8C) Final system initialization.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (8C) Final system initialization.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (8C) Final System Initialization.
                                                                               Error Code - 8D
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (8D) Setup options are programmed, mouse check and Init to be done next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (8D) Going for hard disk, floppy reset.
Compaq                        (8D) End of test, no errors.
                                                                               Error Code - 8E
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (8E) Mouse check and initialization complete. Going for hard disk controller reset.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (8E) About to go For floppy check.
Phoenix 3.07                  (8E) Interrupt 19 boot loader.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS             (8E) Interrupt 19 boot loader.
Quadtel AT BIOS               (8E) Interrupt 19 Boot Loader.
                                                                                Error Code - 8F
AMI WinBIOS                   (8F) Hard disk controller reset done. Floppy setup to be done nest.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (8F) Floppy check returns that floppy is to be initialized. Floppy setup to follow.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (8F) Floppy setup to follow.
Phoenix 6.0                   (8F) Determine number of ATA drives (optional)
                                                                                Error Code - 90
ACER                          (90) Invoke interrupt 19 to boot loader.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (90) Floppy setup is over. Test for hard disk presence to be done.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (90) Test for hard disk presence to be done.

                                                                                                                                         A-41
Compaq                        (90) Start of CMOS test.
Chips & Technologies          (90) Set-up RAM.
IBM AT                        (90) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_00.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (90) Initialize hard-disk controller. (Beep) = 3-2-1-1
                                                                                 Error Code - 91
AMI WinBIOS                   (91) Floppy setup complete. Hard disk setup to be done next.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (91) Hard disk presence test over. Hard disk setup to follow.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (91) Hard disk setup to follow.
Compaq                        (91) CMOS seems to be OK.
Chips & Technologies          (91) CPU speed.
IBM AT                        (91) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_01.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (91) Initialize local-bus hard-disk controller. (Beep) = 3-2-1-2
                                                                                 Error Code - 92
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (92) Hard disk setup complete. About to go for BIOS ROM data area check.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (92) About to go for BIOS ROM data area check.
Compaq                        (92) Error on CMOS read/write test.
Chips & Technologies          (92) Configuration check.
IBM AT                        (92) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_02.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (92) Jump to User Patch 2. (Beep) = 3-2-1-3

                                                                                 Error Code - 93
AMI Hi-Flex                   (93) BIOS ROM data area check halfway. BIOS ROM data area check to be complete.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (93) BIOS ROM data area check to be completed.
Compaq                        (93) Start of DMA controller test.
IBM AT                        (93) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_03.
Phoenix 6.0                   (93) Build MPTABLE for multi processor boards.
                                                                                 Error Code - 94
ACER                          (94) #5 shutdown
AMI WinBIOS                   (94) Hard disk setup complete. Going to set base and extended memory size.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (94) BIOS ROM data area check over. Going to set base and extended memory size.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (94) Going to set base and extended memory size.
Compaq                        (94) Page registers seem OK.
Chips & Technologies          (94) POD Bootstrap.
IBM AT                        (94) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_04.
Phoenix 4.0                   (94) Disable A20 address line. (Beep) = 3-2-2-1
                                                                                 Error Code - 95
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (95) Memory size adjusted due to mouse support, hard disk type-47. Going to verify from display memory.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (95) Going to verify from display memory.
Compaq                        (95) DMA controller OK.
Chips & Technologies          (95) Reset ICS.
IBM AT                        (95) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_05.
Phoenix 6.0                   (95) Install CD ROM for boot.


A-42
                                                                                 Error Code - 96
AMI WinBIOS                   (96) Memory size adjusted due to mouse support, hard disk type-47. Going to do any Init before C800 optical ROM control.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (96) Returned after verifying from display memory. Going to do any Init before C800 optional ROM .
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (96) Going to do Any Init Before C800 optional ROM control.
Compaq                        (96) 8237 DMA Initialization complete.
Chips & Technologies          (96) BIOS PEAK.
IBM AT                        (96) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_06.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (96) Clear huge ES segment register. (Beep) = 3-2-2-3
                                                                                 Error Code - 97
AMI WinBIOS & Hi-Flex         (97) Any Init before C800 optional ROM control is over. Optional ROM check & control will be done next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (97) Optional ROM check and control will be done next.
Chips & Technologies          (97) VGA power.
IBM AT                        (97) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_07.
Phoenix 6.0                   (97) Fix-up Multi Processor table.
                                                                                 Error Code - 98
ACER                          (98) #A shutdown
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (98) Optional ROM control is done. About to give control to do any required processing after optional ROM returns control.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (98) Give control to required processing after optional ROM Returns Control.
Chips & Technologies          (98) Adapters POS.
IBM AT                        (98) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_08.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (98) Search for option ROMs. One long, two short beeps on checksum failure. (Beep) = 3-2-3-1
                                                                                 Error Code - 99
AMI WinBIOS & Hi-Flex         (99) Any initialization required after optional ROM test over. Going to setup timer data area and printer base address.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (99) Going to setup timer data area and printer base address
IBM AT                        (99) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_09.
Phoenix 6.0                   (99) Check for SMART Drive (optional).


                                                                                Error Code - 9A
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (9A) Return after setting timer and printer base address. Going to set the RS-232 base address.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (9A) Going to Set the RS-232 base address.
IBM AT                        (9A) EXCEPTION INTERRUPT routine test, EXEC_10.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (9A) Shadow option ROMS. (Beep) = 3-2-3-3
                                                                                Error Code - 9B
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (9B) Returned after RS-232 base address. Going to do any initialization before Co-Processor test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (9B) Going to do any initialization before CoProcessor Test.
IBM AT                        (9B) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_11.
                                                                                Error Code - 9C
ACER                          (9C) #B shutdown.
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (9C) Required initialization before co-Processor is over. Going to initialize the CoProcessor next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (9C) Going to initialize the CoProcessor next.
IBM AT                        (9C) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_12.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (9C) Set up Power Management. (Beep) 3-2-4-1

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                                                                                Error Code - 9D
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (9D) CoProcessor initialized. Going to do any initialization after Co-Processor test.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (9D) Going to do any initialization after CoProcessor Test.
IBM AT                        (9D) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_13.
                                                                                Error Code - 9E
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (9E) Initialization after CoProcessor test is complete. Going to check extd keyboard, keyboard ID and number -lock.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (9E) Going to check extended keyboard, keyboard ID and num-Lock.
IBM AT                        (9E) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_14.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (9E) Enable hardware interrupts. (Beep) = 3-2-4-3
                                                                                Error Code - 9F
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (9F) Extended keyboard check is done, ID flag set. num-lock on/off. Keyboard ID command to be issued.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (9F) Keyboard ID command to be issued.
IBM AT                        (9F) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_15.
Phoenix 6.0                   (9F) Determine number at ATA and SCSI drives.
                                                                                Error Code - A0
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A0) Keyboard ID command issued. Keyboard ID flag to be reset.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A0) Keyboard ID flag to be reset.
Compaq                        (A0) Start of diskette tests.
IBM AT                        (A0) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_16.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (A0) Set time of day. (Beep) = 3-3-1-1
                                                                                Error Code - A1
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A1) Keyboard ID flag reset. Cache memory test to follow.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A1) Cache memory test to follow.
Compaq                        (A1) FDC reset active (3F8H bit 2).
IBM AT                        (A1) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_17.
                                                                                Error Code - A2
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A2) Cache memory test over. Going to display any soft errors.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A2) Going to display any soft errors.
Compaq                        (A2) FDC reset inactive (3F8H bit 2).
IBM AT                        (A2) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_18.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (A2) Check key lock. (Beep) 3-3-1-3


                                                                                Error Code - A3
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A3) Soft error display complete. Going to set the keyboard type matric rate.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A3) Going to set the keyboard type matric rate.
Compaq                        (A3) FDC motor on.
IBM AT                        (A3) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_19.
                                                                                Error Code - A4
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A4) Keyboard type matric rate set. Going to program memory wait states.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A4) Going to program memory wait states.
Compaq                        (A4) FDC time-out error.
IBM AT                        (A4) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_20.

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Phoenix 6.0                   (A4) Initialize Type-matic rate.
                                                                                Error Code - A5
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A5) Memory wait states programming over. Going to clear the screen and enable parity/NMI.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A5) Screen to be cleared next.
Compaq                        (A5) FDC failed reset.
IBM AT                        (A5) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_21.
                                                                                Error Code - A6
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A6) Screen cleared. Going to enable parity and NMI.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A6) Going to enable parity and NMI.
Compaq                        (A6) FDC passed reset.
IBM AT                        (A6) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_22.
                                                                                Error Code - A7
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (A7) NMI and parity enabled. Going to do any Init required before giving control to optional ROM at E000.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A7) Do initialization required before giving control to Optional ROM at E000
IBM AT                        (A7) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_23.
                                                                                Error Code - A8
AMI WinBIOS                   (A8) Initialization before E000 ROM control over. E000 ROM to get control next.
AMI Hi-Flex                   (A8) Initialization before E000 ROM control over. E000 ROM to get control next.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A8) E000 ROM to get control next.
Compaq                        (A8) Start of determine drive type.
IBM AT                        (A8) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_24.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0           (A8) Erase F2 prompt. (Beep) 3-3-3-1
                                                                                Error Code - A9
AMI WinBIOS & Hi-Flex         (A9) Returned from E000 ROM control. Going to do any init required after E000 optional ROM        control.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (A9) Going to do any initialization required after E000 Optional ROM Control.
Compaq                        (A9) Seek operation initiated.
IBM AT                        (A9) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_25.
                                                                              Error Code - AA
AMI WinBIOS and AMI Hi-Flex   (AA) Initialization after E000 optional ROM control is over. Going to display the system configuration.
AMI ColorBIOS after 2/1/91    (AA) Going to display the system configuration.
Compaq                        (AA) Waiting for FDC status.
IBM AT                        (AA) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_26.
Phoenix 4.0 AND 6.0           (AA) Scan for F2 key stroke. (Beep) = 3-3-3-3
                                                                              Error Code - AB
IBM AT                        (AB) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_27.
                                                                              Error Code - AC
IBM AT                        (AC) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_28.
Phoenix 4.0 AND 6.0           (AC) Enter SETUP. (Beep) = 3-3-4-1
                                                                              Error Code - AD
AMI WinBIOS                   (AD) Reserved.
BM AT                         (AD) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_29.


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                                                                                  Error Code - AE
AMI WinBIOS                     (AE) Reserved.
IBM AT                          (AE) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_30.
Phoenix 4.0 AND 6.0             (AE) Clear in-POST flag. (Beep) = 3-3-4-3. Clear Boot fag.
                                                                                  Error Code - AF
Compaq                          (AF) diskette tests complete.
IBM AT                          (AF) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_31.
                                                                                  Error Code - B0
AMI WinBIOS                     (B0) System configuration is displayed. Going to un-compress SETUP code for hot-key setup.
Award Ver. 4.2 and 4.0, 4.51    (B0) Spurious interrupt occurred in protect mode. Check mismatch memory.
Compaq                          (B0) Start of fixed drive tests.
IBM AT                          (B0) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_32.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (B0) Check for errors. (Beep) = 3-4-1-1
Phoenix 3.07                    (B0) Unknown interrupt occurred.
Quadtel 3.07 BIOS               (B0) Unknown interrupt occurred.
Quadtel AT BIOS                 (B0) Unexpected Interrupt.
                                                                                  Error Code - B1
AMI WinBIOS                     (B1) Un-compressing of SETUP code is complete. Going to copy any code to specific area.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (B1) If unmasked NMI occurs, Press F1 to disable NMI, F2 to boot.
Compaq                          (B1) Combo board not found, exit.
IBM AT                          (B1) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_33.
                                                                                  Error Code - B2
Compaq                          (B2) Combo controller failed, exit.
IBM AT                          (B2) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_34.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (B2) POST done--prepare to boot operating system. (Beep) =3-4-1-3
                                                                                  Error Code - B3
Compaq                          (B3) Testing drive 1.
IBM AT                          (B3) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_35.
                                                                                  Error Code - B4
Compaq                          (B4) Testing drive 2.
IBM AT                          (B4) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_36.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (B4) One short beep before boot. (Beep) = 3-4-3-1
                                                                                  Error Code - B5
Compaq                          (B5) Drive error (error condition).
IBM AT                          (B5) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_37.
Phoenix 6.0                     (B5) Terminate Quiet-Boot (optional).
                                                                                  Error Code - B6
Compaq                          (B6) Drive failed (failed to respond).
IBM AT                          (B6) Exception interrupt routine test, EXEC_38.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (B6) Check password (optional). (Beep) = 3-4-2-3
                                                                             Error Code - B7-BD

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Compaq                          (B7) CMOS RAM invalid or no fixed drives, exit.
Compaq                          (B8) Fixed drive tests complete.
Phoenix 4.0                     (B8) Clear global descriptor table. (Beep) = 3-4-3-1
Compaq                          (B9) Attempt to boot diskette.
Phoenix 6.0                     (B9) Prepare boot.
Compaq                          (BA) Attempt to boot fixed drive.
Phoenix 6.0                     (BA) Initialize DMI parameters.
Compaq                          (BB) Boot attempt failed (diskette or fixed).
Phoenix 6.0                     (BB) Initialize PnP option ROMs.
Compaq                          (BC) Boot record read, jump to boot record.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (BC) Clear parity checkers. (Beep) = 3-4-4-1
Compaq                          (BD) Drive error, retry booting.
Phoenix 6.0                     (BD) Display Multi-Boot menu.
                                                                                  Error Code - BE
Award Plug-and-Play             (BE) Program defaults values into chipset.
Award Ver. 4.5                  (BE) Chipset default initialization; Program chipset registers with power on BIOS defaults.
Compaq                          (BE) Weitek CoProcessor test.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (BE) Clear screen (optional). (Beep) = 3-4-4-3
                                                                                  Error Code - BF
Award Plug-and-Play             (BF) Program the rest of the chipset.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (BF) Chipset initialization; Program chipset registers with setup values.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (BF) Check virus and backup reminders. (Beep) = 3-4-4-4
                                                                                  Error Code - C0
Award Ver. 4.0, 4.2 and 4.5     (C0) Turn off chipset cache; OEM Specific-cache control.
Chips & Technologies            (C0) System board memory failure.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (C0) Try to boot with INT 19. (Beep) = 4-1-1-1

                                                                         Error Code - C1, C2, C3, C4
Note:                           (C1) Check the power supply. If the +5 is too low the memory will fail, giving you a (C1) error. If you have AMD CPU - over heated CPU -
                                      replace CPU.
Award Ver. 4.0, 4.2 and 4.5     (C1) Memory presence test; OEM specific-test to size on-board memory. Bad SIMM.
Chips & Technologies            (C1) I/O channel activated.
Phoenix 6.0                     (C1) Initialize POST Error Manager (PEM).
AMI WinBIOS                     (C2) NMI is Disable. Power on delay starting.
Phoenix 6.0                     (C2) Initialize error logging
AMI PnP BIOS                    (C3) Check memory( Cache, Video or fist 64K)
Award BIOS w/SETUP v4.5         (C3) DRAM Select page, Check BIOS setting and first SIMM, Possible address line failure.
Phoenix 6.0                     (C3) Initialize error display function.
Award BIOS w/SETUP v4.5         (C4) CMOS conflicts, check video switch, BIOS (Chipset) on the video not initializing .
Phoenix 6.0                     (C4) initialize system error handler.
                                                                                  Error Code - C5
Note:                           (C5) Check the power supply. If the +5 is too low the memory will fail, giving you a (C5) error.


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AMI WinBIOS                     (C5) Power on delay complete. Going to enable ROM i.c. disable Cache if any.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (C5) Early shadow; OEM Specific-Early shadow enable for fast boot.
Phoenix 6.0                     (C5) PnPnd dual CMOS (optional)
                                                                                  Error Code - C6
AMI WinBIOS                     (C6) Calculating ROM BIOS checksum.
Award 4.0, 4.2, 4.50 and 4.51   (C6) Cache presence test; External cache size detection. (Check Memory first 64K. Check CPU jumper Setting). Also, Check Video memory
Phoenix 6.0                     (C6) Initialize notebook docking (optional)
                                                                                  Error Code - C7
AMI WinBIOS                     (C7) ROM BIOS checksum passed. CMOS shutdown register test to be done next.
Award Ver. 4.0 and 4.2          (C7) Shadow video/system BIOS after memory pass.
Phoenix 6.0                     (C7) Initialize notebook docking late.
                                                                               Error Code - C8, C9
AMI WinBIOS                     (C8) CMOS Shutdown register test done. CMOS checksum calculation to be done next.
Award BIOS w/SETUP v4.5         (C8) CMOS Shutdown, time delay.
Phoenix 6.0                     (C8) Force check (optional)
Phoenix 6.0                     (C9) Extended checksum (optional)
                                                                           Error Code - CA, CB, CC
AMI WinBIOS                     (CA) CMOS checksum calculation is done, CMOS Diag byte written. CMOS status register about to initializing for Date and Time.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (CA) Micronics cache initialization.
AMI WinBIOS                     (CB) CMOS status register Init done. Any initialization before keyboard BAT to be done next.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx        (CC) NMI handler shutdown.
                                                                               Error Code - CD-CF
AMI WinBIOS                     (CD) BAT command to keyboard controller is to be issued.
AMI WinBIOS                     (CE) Keyboard controller BAT result verified. Any initialization after KB controller Bat to be done 666 next.
AMI WinBIOS                     (CF) Initialization after KB controller BAT done. Keyboard command byte to be written next.
                                                                               Error Code - D0-DC
AMI WinBIOS                     (D0) Reserved.
Compaq                          (D0) Entry to clear memory routine.
Phoenix 4.0                     (D0) Interrupt handler error. (Beep) = 4-2-1-1
AMI WinBIOS                     (D1) Keyboard controller command byte is written. Going to check pressing of <INS> key during power-on.
Compaq                          (D1) Ready to go to protected mode.
AMI WinBIOS                     (D2) Checking for pressing of <INS> key during power-on done. Going to disable DMA and Interrupt controllers.
Compaq                          (D2) Ready to clear extended mem.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0             (D2) Unknown interrupt error. (Beep) = 4-2-1-3
AMI WinBIOS                     (D3) DMA controller #1,#2, interrupt controller #1, #2 disabled. Video display is disable and port-B is initialized. Chipset initialize / auto
                                     memory detection about to begin.
Compaq                          (D3) Ready to reset back to real mode.
AMI WinBIOS                     (D4) Chipset Initialization / auto memory detection about to begin. Check SIMM for mismatch.
Compaq                          (D4) Back in real mode - ready to clear real mode.
Phoenix 4.0                     (D4) Pending interrupt error. (Beep) = 4-2-2-1
AMI WinBIOS                     (D5) RUNTIME code is un-compressed.
Phoenix 4.0                     (D6) Initialize option ROM error. (Beep) 4-2-2-3


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Phoenix 4.0                (D8) Shutdown error. (Beep) = 4-2-3-1
Phoenix 4.0                (DA) Extended Block Move. (Beep) = 4-2-3-3
Phoenix 4.0                (DC) Shutdown 10 error. (Beep) = 4-2-4-1
                                                                              Error Code - DD
AMI WinBIOS                (DD) Transfer control to un-compressed code in shadow ram at F000:FFF0.
IBM AT                     (DD) 00 01 to 80 00 = parity Bit(1 to F) failed in 1st 64KB.
                                                                              Error Code - E0
AMI WinBIOS                (E0) Reserved.
Compaq                     (E0) Ready to replace E000 ROM.
Phoenix 6.0                (E0) Initialize the chipset.
                                                                            Error Code - E1, E2
Compaq                     (E1) Completed E000 ROM replacement.
Phoenix 6.0                (E1) Initialize the bridge.
Compaq                     (E2) Ready to replace EGA ROM.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E2) Initialize the motherboard chipset, and CPU. (Beep) 4-3-1-3
                                                                              Error Code - E3
Compaq                     (E3) Completed EGA ROM replacement.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E3) Initialize refresh counter and system timer (Beep) = 4-3-1-4
                                                                            Error Code - E4-EC
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E4) Check for forced Flash or initialize system I/O.. (Beep) = 4-3-2-1
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E5) Check HW status of ROM or check force recovery boot.. (Beep) 4-3-2-2
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E6) BIOS ROM is OK. (Beep) = 4-3-2-3
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E7) Do a complete RAM Test or go to BIOS. (Beep) = 4-3-2-4
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E8) Do OEM initialization or set huge segment. (Beep) = 4-3-3-1
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (E9) Initialize interrupt controller or initialize multi processor. (Beep) = 4-3-3-2
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (EA) Read in bootstrap code or initialize OEM special code. (Beep) = 4-3-3-3
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (EB) Initialize all vectors or initialize PIC and DMA. (Beep) = 4-3-3-4
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (EC) Boot the Flash program or initialize memory type. (Beep) = 4-3-4-1
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (ED) Initialize the boot device or initialize memory size. (Beep) = 4-3-4-2
                                                                              Error Code - EE
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx   (EE) Unexpected Processor exception.
Phoenix 4.0 and 6.0        (EE) Boot code was read OK or shadow boot block. (Beep) = 4-3-4-3
                                                                            Error Code - F0-F7
IBM AT                     (F0) Additional Protected Mode Test, Set Data Segment.
Phoenix 6.0                (F0) Initialize interrupt vectors.
IBM AT                     (F1) Additional Protected Mode Test, Interrupt Test (Programmed Int. 32).
Phoenix 6.0                (F1) Initialize Run Time Clock.
IBM AT                     (F2) Additional Protected Mode Test, Exceptional Interrupt (Interrupt 13D).
Phoenix 6.0                (F2) Initialize video.
Zenith 4.xx                (F2) Start CLIO.
IBM AT                     (F3) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verify 286 LDT/SDT, LTR/STR.
Phoenix 6.0                (F3) Initialize System Management Mode.

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IBM AT                       (F4) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verify 286 Bound Instruction.
Phoenix 6.0                  (F4) Output one beep before DOS.
IBM AT                       (F5) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verify Push All & Pop All Instruction.
Phoenix 6.0                  (F5) Boot to Mini DOS.
Zenith 4.xx                  (F5) Cache off.
IBM AT                       (F6) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verify Access Rights Function.
Phoenix 6.0                  (F6) Clear Huge Segment.
IBM AT                       (F7) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verity ARPL Functions.
Phoenix 6.0                  (F7) Boot to Full DOS.
                                                                            Error Code - F8-FD
IBM AT                       (F8) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verify LAR Instruction.
IBM AT                       (F9) Additional Protected Mode Test, Verify LSL Instruction.
IBM AT                       (FA) Additional Protected Mode Test, Low Meg Chip Select Test.


                                                                               Error Code - FF
Award Plug-and-Play          (FF) System booting. This means that the BIOS already passed control to the operating system.
Award Ver.4.0, 4.2 and 4.5   (FF) If no error flags such as memory size are set, boot via INT 19- load system from drive A, then C; display error message if correct boot device
                                  not found. If the (FF) does not is without POST -Bios chip is bad.
Award PC/XT/AT Ver. 3.xx     (FF) Boot system.




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you detailed information about your hard drive ResQfile is ideal for end users, computer retailers, service organizations, and professional
technicians. It is also the perfect Backup/Restore for OEMs to customize and bundle with their computer systems before final sale to
customers.

THE PERFECT COMBINATION
ResQfile contains exactly the right combination of testing and information gathering for a professional level ANALYSIS of your hard
drive. The end result is that your Backup / Restore / Clone / Hide / Image is done quickly, and you get the confidence that your system
is properly protect or setup. What's more, you won't get confused while you are doing the Backup or what ever other setup you are doing.
The user interface is simple, menu-driven, and highly graphic for ease of use. Transfer rates for P-4 systems with 7200rpm drives are
approximately one gig a minute.

FEATURE-RICH DIAGNOSTICS
! Self-Booting Disk                                                      ! Low Level Scan Disk
! Displays & tests standard Hard Drive that are installed                ! Lists installed hard drives & % of fragment on drive
! Allows you to select individual Drive                                  ! Show all formatted partition Fat16/32 or NTFS

Hard Drives: Advanced testing. Tests controller, surface, & mechanics. Seek-pattern and read/write tests any hard drive. Format type
utility and partition table display. The drive mechanics test is so good that in many cases it can free a jammed actuator without the
need for factory service! Attention Government Users: ResQfile complies with the Department of Defense 5220.22-M disk
sanitizing standard which states: "Non-Removable Rigid Disks" or hard drives must be sanitized for reuse by "Overwriting all
addressable locations with a character, its complement, then a random character and verify."

ResQfile ENHANCEMENTS
! DOD Low-Level Erase - No Needs for Low-Level Format
! Support all IDE Drive, ATA Zip, SCSI, Raid-5 Arrays and Dell Server “Containers”

         Operating System                                     Backup/Restore               Image/Clone                Hide
         Dos, Windows 3+, 95, 98, Me, XP                               YES                       YES                  YES
         Windows NT Workstation and Server                             YES                       YES                  YES
         Windows 2000 Pro, Server Basic                                YES                       YES
         Linux                                                         YES                       YES
         Windows 2000 Server Dynamic                                                             YES
         Novell, Unix                                                          YES
                                  “ The First and Only With Novell and Unix Support “

                                       Stay on the Cutting-Edge !!
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                  Beginner Diagnostics Kit
                     With ExpertCheck, LoadBack and ResQfile




       ExpertCheck & LoadBack                                                                       ResQFile
SOLID CERTIFICATION TESTS                                                            ResQfile ....can quickly and easily backup
ExpertCheck is an easy-to-use computer software                                      and restore computer System following a
package that will quickly test and certify your                                      corruption or virus attack.
computer for proper operation. It gives you detailed                                 * Self-booting System
information about your computer.                                                     * For Dos, Win 3+,95,98,Me,2000,XP &
                                                                                       NT, Linux, Novell ,Unix
The Only 100% Self-booting Diagnostics                                               * Backup, Restore, Image, Clone, Hide
Ideal for Win 95, 98, 2000, ME & NT, OS/2, Novell,                                   * Enhanced System Information Testing
Linux, Unix                                                                          * FAT-16/32 and NTFS
* Full Hard Drive Analysis + Partition                                               * Step by Step Help Screens
* Table Intensive Printer Testing                                                    * Much more!!!!
* Enhanced System Information Testing
* Full Serial & Parallel Loadback tests                                              Computer Services engineers could
* Burn-In Certification                                                              quickly restore corrupted Operating
* XT, AT, EISA, ISA, VESA, PCI                                                       Systems instead of replacing the drives,
* IDE Drive Data, Enhanced Testing                                                   and having to reconfigure the
* PCI Bus Identification                                                             parameters. The cost of stocking drives
* Complete ISA Modem Testing                                                         and time spent on site, would be reduced.
* Bad Track Marking
* Much more!!!!                                                                      ResQfile ...can quickly and easily backup
                                                                                     computer software installations at each
THE PERFECT COMBINATION                                                              critical step, ensuring a fast reversal of
ExpertCheck contains exactly the right combination                                   mistakes or errors.
of testing and information gathering for a
professional level ANALYSIS of your computer. The                                    The backups can be to the same drive with
end result is that your testing is done quickly, and you                             sufficient free space, or to another drive, of
get the confidence that your system is properly                                      equal or larger capacity, that could be fitted
documented. What's more, you won't get confused                                      in a removable bay.
while you are doing the testing. The user interface
is simple, menu-driven, and highly graphic for                                       There is no limit to the number of users
ease of use.                                                                                    or computers that one
                                                                                                diskette can be used on.




                                                     www.trinitech.biz
                  9225 Ulmerton Road, Suite R, Largo, Florida 33771, Phone: (727) 442-8882, Fax: (727) 518-1174
         Intermediate Diagnostics Kit
              PC Sentry PCI Debugs Dead PCs FAST by
        Pinpointing PCI Signals Instantly and Accurately! With
                 ResQfile, ExpertCheck and LoadBack
M Works all PCI                                                    M Digital Display Shows POST Codes
M Instantly Shows why System Won't Boot                            M Built-in Monitoring PCI, IRQ & DMA Signal
M Backup and Restore any System                                    M Diagnose up to 256 different system failures




                                                                                                            ResQFile
     PC Sentry PCI Board                        ExpertCheck & LoadBack
                                                                                             ResQfile ....can quickly and easily backup
PC Sentry PCI Card lets you cut service       SOLID CERTIFICATION TESTS                      and restore computer System following a
cost. It shows self-test codes, PCI Signals   ExpertCheck is an easy-to-use computer         corruption or virus attack.
status when power is switched on, and         software package that will quickly test and    * Self-booting System
you can monitor PCI Signals in the PC.        certify your computer for proper operation.    * For Dos, Win 3+,95,98,Me,2000,XP &
Expert Kit allows you to identify computer    It gives you detailed information about your     NT, Linux, Novell ,Unix
problems even when the monitor, keyboard,     computer.                                      * Backup, Restore, Image, Clone, Hide
or disk drives are not working. PC Sentry                                                    * Enhanced System Information Testing
PCI Card can help you diagnose up to 256      The Only 100% Self-booting Diagnostics         * FAT-16/32 and NTFS
different system failures by displaying the   Ideal for Win 95, 98, 2000, ME & NT,           * Step by Step Help Screens
POST codes generated by built in software     OS/2, Novell, Linux, Unix                      * Much more!!!!
in a PC.                                      * Full Hard Drive Analysis + Partition
                                              * Table Intensive Printer Testing              Computer Services engineers could
PC Sentry PCI Card has a complete             * Enhanced System Information Testing          quickly restore corrupted Operating
description of POST codes for ALL major       * Full Serial & Parallel Loadback tests        Systems instead of replacing the drives,
BIOS manufactures. Whenever you’re            * Burn-In Certification                        and having to reconfigure the
installing or troubleshooting PCs and         * XT, AT, EISA, ISA, VESA, PCI                 parameters. The cost of stocking drives
Networks or add-in PC adapters, some of       * IDE Drive Data, Enhanced Testing             and time spent on site, would be reduced.
the common and frustrating problems you       * PCI Bus Identification
face are PCI P-n-P signals.                   * Complete ISA Modem Testing                   ResQfile ...can quickly and easily backup
                                              * Bad Track Marking                            computer software installations at each
The PC Sentry PCI Card is the only            * Much more!!!!                                critical step, ensuring a fast reversal of
active hardware tool in its class to                                                         mistakes or errors.
provide you with a true solution to PCI       THE PERFECT COMBINATION
signals problems. PC Sentry PCI will          ExpertCheck contains exactly the right         The backups can be to the same drive with
monitor the following signals:                combination of testing and information         sufficient free space, or to another drive, of
                                              gathering for a pr ofessional level            equal or larger capacity, that could be fitted
L   Target Ready      L   Device Select       ANALYSIS of your computer. The end             in a removable bay.
L   Snoop Backoff     L   Parity Error        result is that your testing is done quickly,
L   Device Select     L   System Error        and you get the confidence that your system    There is no limit to the number of users
L   Initiator Ready   L   Snoop Done          is properly documented. What's more, you       or computers that one diskette can be
L   Lock              L   Stop and Clock      won't get confused while you are doing the     used on.
                                              testing. The user interface is simple,
                                              menu-driven, and highly graphic for ease           WWW.TRINITECH.BIZ
                                              of use.


       TriniTech, Inc., 9225 Ulmerton Road, Suite R, Largo, Florida 33771, Phone: (727) 442-8882, Fax: (727) 518-1174
            Advance Diagnostics Kit
          PC Sentry PCI Debugs Dead PCs FAST by
   Pinpointing PCI Signals Instantly and Accurately! With
 IRQuest Plus Analyzer, ResQfile, ExpertCheck and LoadBack
M Works all PCI and ISA System                                    M Digital Display Shows POST Codes
M Instantly Shows why System Won't Boot                           M Built-in Monitoring PCI, IRQ & DMA Signal
M Voltmeter for all ISA System                                    M Diagnose up to 256 different system failures




     PC Sentry PCI Board                            IRQuest Plus Board                      ExpertCheck & LoadBack
PC Sentry PCI Card lets you cut service          The only Three-in-One Analyzer!           SOLID CERTIFICATION TESTS
cost. It shows self-test codes, PCI Signals   IRQuest Plus Troubleshoots Dead PCs          ExpertCheck is an easy-to-use computer
status when power is switched on, and         FAST and Pinpoints IRQ & DMA                 software package that will quickly test and
you can monitor PCI Signals in the PC.        Conflicts Instantly and Accurately!          certify your computer for proper operation.
Expert Kit allows you to identify computer                                                 It gives you detailed information about your
problems even when the monitor, keyboard,     The Three-in-One Solution for IRQ /DMA       computer.
or disk drives are not working. PC Sentry     Problems and System Troubleshooting
PCI Card can help you diagnose up to 256      1-    Eliminates IRQ / DMA Conflicts         The Only 100% Self-booting Diagnostics
different system failures by displaying the   100%                                         Ideal for Win 95, 98, 2000, ME & NT,
POST codes generated by built in software     2 - Volt Indicator, +5v, -5v, +12v , -12v    OS/2, Novell, Linux, Unix
in a PC.                                      3- Displays POST code test results           * Full Hard Drive Analysis + Partition
                                                                                           * Table Intensive Printer Testing
PC Sentry PCI Card has a complete             The IRQuest Plus features ExpertCheck        * Enhanced System Information Testing
description of POST codes for ALL major       diagnostics. It includes Self-booting Disk   * Full Serial & Parallel Loadback tests
BIOS manufactures. Whenever you’re            to help diagnose and troubleshoot all        * Burn-In Certification
installing or troubleshooting PCs and         major system components and subsystems.      * XT, AT, EISA, ISA, VESA, PCI
Networks or add-in PC adapters, some of       From the CPU and motherboard to              * IDE Drive Data, Enhanced Testing
the common and frustrating problems you       exhaustive memory tests to analysis of       * PCI Bus Identification
face are PCI P-n-P signals.                   hard drives, The IRQuest Plus does it all.   * Complete ISA Modem Testing
                                              Pinpointing a hardware failure has never     * Bad Track Marking
The PC Sentry PCI Card is the only            been easier. It's the perfect tool for       * Much more!!!!
active hardware tool in its class to          troubleshooting systems.                                    ResQFile
provide you with a true solution to PCI       Use the IRQ uest Plus for power              ResQfile ....can quickly and easily backup
signals problems. PC Sentry PCI will          monitoring and testing. Is your power        and restore computer System following a
monitor the following signals:                supply draining your computer? A poorly      corruption or virus attack.
                                              performing power supply can cause            * Self-booting System
L   Target Ready      L   Device Select       serious damage. Use the IRQuest Plus to
                                              measure the power on all four voltages.      * For Dos, Win 3+,95,98,Me,2000,XP &
L   Snoop Backoff     L   Parity Error                                                       NT, Linux, Novell ,Unix
L   Device Select     L   System Error        Dead System? No Problem! Use the
                                              Analyzer! Every time a computer is           * Backup, Restore, Image, Clone, Hide
L   Initiator Ready   L   Snoop Done                                                       * Enhanced System Information Testing
L   Lock              L   Stop and Clock      booted.
                                                                                           * FAT-16/32 and NTFS
                                                                                           * Step by Step Help Screens
                                                                                           * Much more!!!!
                                               WWW.TRINITECH.BIZ
  TriniTech, Inc., 9225 Ulmerton Road, Suite R, Largo, Florida 33771, Phone: (727) 442-8882, Fax: (727) 518-1174
     Professional Diagnostics Kit
          PC Sentry PCI Debugs Dead PCs FAST by
 Pinpointing PCI Signals Instantly and Accurately! With Omni
       Analyzer, ResQfile, ExpertCheck and LoadBack
M Works all PCI and ISA System                                   M Digital Display Shows POST Codes
M Instantly Shows why System Won't Boot                          M Built-in Monitoring PCI, IRQ & DMA Signal
M Voltmeter for all ISA System                                   M Diagnose up to 256 different system failures




                                                                                             ExpertChec
                                                 Omni Analyzer Board                               k & LoadBack
PC Sentry PCI Board
                                               The only Four-in-One Analyzer!                SOLID CERTIFICATION TESTS
PC Sentry PCI Card lets you cut             OMNI ANALYZER Troubleshoots Dead                 ExpertCheck is an easy-to-use computer
service cost. It shows self-test codes,     PCs FAST and Pinpoints IRQ & DMA                 software package that will quickly test and
PCI Signals status when power is            Conflicts Instantly and Accurately!              certify your computer for proper operation.
switched on, and you can monitor PCI                                                         It gives you detailed information about your
Signals in the PC.                          The Four-in-One Solution for IRQ /DMA            computer.
Expert Kit allows you to identify           Problems and System Troubleshooting
computer problems even when the             1- Provides on-board diagnostics                 The Only 100% Self-booting Diagnostics
monitor, keyboard, or disk drives are not   2 - Volt Meter, +5v, -5v, +12v , -12v            Ideal for Win 95, 98, 2000, ME & NT,
working. PC Sentry PCI Card can help        3- Eliminates IRQ / DMA Conflicts 100%           OS/2, Novell, Linux, Unix
you diagnose up to 256 different system     4- Displays POST code test results               * Full Hard Drive Analysis + Partition
failures by displaying the POST codes                                                        * Table Intensive Printer Testing
generated by built in software in a PC.     The OMNI ANALYZER features on-board              * Enhanced System Information Testing
                                            diagnostics. It includes on-board firmware to    * Full Serial & Parallel Loadback tests
PC Sentry PCI Card has a complete           help diagnose and troubleshoot all major         * Burn-In Certification
description of POST codes for ALL major     system components and subsystems. From           * XT, AT, EISA, ISA, VESA, PCI
BIOS manufactures. Whenever you’re          the CPU and motherboard to exhaustive            * IDE Drive Data, Enhanced Testing
installing or troubleshooting PCs and       memory tests to analysis of hard drives, The     * PCI Bus Identification
Networks or add-in PC adapters, some of     OMNI ANALYZER does it all. Pinpointing           * Complete ISA Modem Testing
the common and frustrating problems you     a hardware failure has never been easier. It's   * Bad Track Marking
face are PCI P-n-P signals.                 the perfect tool for troubleshooting systems     * Much more!!!!
                                            when software diagnostics won't work or                         ResQFile
The PC Sentry PCI Card is the only          performing critical system burn-in.              ResQfile ....can quickly and easily backup
active hardware tool in its class to        Use the OMNI ANALYZER for power                  and restore computer System following a
provide you with a true solution to PCI     monitoring and testing. Is your power supply     corruption or virus attack.
signals problems. PC Sentry PCI will        draining your computer? A poorly                 * Self-booting System
monitor the following signals:              performing power supply can cause serious
                                            damage. Use the OMNI ANALYZER to                 * For Dos, Win 3+,95,98,Me,2000,XP &
L   Target Ready      L   Device Select     measure the power on all four voltages.            NT, Linux, Novell ,Unix
L   Snoop Backoff     L   Parity Error      Dead System? No Problem! Use the                 * Backup, Restore, Image, Clone, Hide
L   Device Select     L   System Error      Analyzer! Every time a computer is booted.       * Enhanced System Information Testing
L   Initiator Ready   L   Snoop Done                                                         * FAT-16/32 and NTFS
L   Lock              L   Stop and Clock                                                     * Step by Step Help Screens
                                                                                             * Much more!!!!

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  TriniTech, Inc., 9225 Ulmerton Road, Suite R, Largo, Florida 33771, Phone: (727) 442-8882, Fax: (727) 518-1174
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