Bios (cmos) Settings for dh61cr motherboard



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Intel DH61CR Bios Settings Page 1 of 3
©2013 Global VR Inc.
Setting the Computer BIOS (CMOS), DH61CR Motherboard
This procedure applies only to systems with the Intel
®
DH61CR Motherboard. If your System Computer has a different motherboard, check
http://service.globalvr.com
for updated information. If you are comfortable using the CMOS Setup Utility, connect a keyboard to the computer and press the F2 key during boot to run the utility. Press F9 or select Load BIOS Defaults from the
Exit Menu, press Y to confirm, and then change the settings shown in the table below. For more help, refer to the detailed instructions that follow.
Menu Submenu

(If Applicable)
Item Setting
Press F9 to Load BIOS Defaults System Date Set to Current Date Main System Time Set to Local Time Configuration
SATA Drives
Chipset SATA Mode
IDE Power After Power Failure Power On Boot Boot Device Priority Optical Drives Removable Drive Hard Disk Drives Network
Important: Your screens may not look exactly like the screens shown in this document, and some settings shown on the screens examples maybe different from your system.
Do not change any settings that are not specifically described in this document.
Note: Use the left and right arrow keys (→←) to move between the menus listed at the top of the screen, and the up and down arrow keys (↑↓) to move up and down between menu items. Use the + and keys to change settings for selected items.
1.
Press the F2 key during boot. The System Setup Utility Main Menu will appear. Press the F9 key to Load Bios Defaults, and then press Y to confirm. Now change the BIOS settings described on the following pages.

Intel DH61CR Bios Settings Page 2 of 3
©2013 Global VR Inc. Use the left and right arrow keys (→←) to select the Main menu if not already selected. Use the up and down arrow keys
(↑↓) to select System Date. The month will be highlighted. Use the
+ and − keys to set the month. Press the Tab key to move to the day, and set it the same way. Repeat for the year. Use the up and down arrow keys
(↑↓) to select System Time, and then use the
+, , and Tab keys to set the time the same way you set the date. Use the left and right arrow keys (→←) to select the Configuration menu. Use the up and down arrow keys
(↑↓) to select SATA Drives, and press Enter. The SATA Drives Configuration screen will open. Use the up and down arrow keys (↑↓) to select
Chipset SATA MODE, and then use the (+-) keys to change the setting to IDE.
Note: If this setting is wrong, the computer may continuously reboot.

Intel DH61CR Bios Settings Page 3 of 3
©2013 Global VR Inc. Use the left and right arrow keys (→←) to select the Power menu. Use the up and down arrow keys
(↑↓) to select After Power
Failure, and then use the (+-) keys to change the setting to
Power On. Use the left and right arrow keys (→←) to select the Boot menu. Use the up and down arrow keys
(↑↓) to select Boot Device
Priority, and press Enter. A pop-up window will appear listing available drives. Use the up and down arrow keys (↑↓) to select Optical Drives, and then use the (+-) keys to move it to the top of the list. Use the up and down arrow keys
(↑↓) to select Removable Drive, and then use the (+-) keys to move it to the second position. If necessary, use the up and down arrow keys (↑↓) to select Hard
Disk Drives, and then use the (+-) keys to move it to the third position, and then press Enter. Now that all settings are correct, press F10. The following prompt will appear:
18.
Make sure Yes is selected (use the arrow keys to select if necessary) and press Enter.



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