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CMOS Token List

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# # The following is a list of Dell Tokens and their descriptions. # meant to (eventually) be parsed by tokenCtl. :-) # # It is pretty slow entering these in, so it will probably take a while to get # them all. # # Also note, this covers both SMI and CMOS tokens. No distinction is made # between the two types.

0x0000 NOOP "No operation. System management code ignores token-table entries with this token value. There might be more than one NOOP token in a particular structure grouping." 0x0003 IDE_Auto "Enable the auto-configuration of the system’s built-in IDE controller." 0x0004 IDE_Off "Disable the system’s built-in IDE controller, making IRQ14 and IRQ15 resources available." 0x0005 Serial_1_COM2 "Configure the system’s first/only built-in serial port to respond as COM2." 0x0006 Serial_1_COM4 "Configure the system’s first/only built-in serial port to respond as COM4." 0x0007 Parallel_Off "Disable the system’s built-in parallel port" 0x0008 Parallel_LPT1 "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in LPT1 mode, using I/O address 378." 0x0009 Parallel_LPT2 "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in LPT2 mode, using I/O address 278." 0x000A Parallel_LPT3 "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in LPT3 mode, using I/O address 3BC." 0x000B Parallel_Mode_AT "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in AT mode (output-only)." 0x000C Parallel_Mode_PS2 "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in PS/2 mode (bi-directional)." 0x000D Parallel_Mode_ECP_nodma "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in ECP mode, no DMA channel assigned (see 00A6h & 00A7h to assign DMA channels)." 0x000E Parallel_Mode_EPP "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in EPP mode (not valid at address LPT3, 3BC)."

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0x0028 Auto_On_Disable "Disable the system’s auto-on capabilities" 0x0029 Auto_On_Everyday "Enable the system’s auto-on capabilities every day of the week" 0x002A Auto_On_Weekdays "Enable the system’s auto-on capabilities for the weekdays (Monday through Friday) only." 0x002B Auto_On_Hour "Sets the hour at which the system is to power on, if enabled. The value is specified in 24-hour BCD, i.e. if the system is to power on at 11:59pm this attribute is set to 23h" 0x002C Auto_On_Minute "Sets the minute at which the system is to power on, if enabled. The value is specified in BCD, i.e. if the system is to power on at 11:59pm this attribute is set to 59h."

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0x0051 Boot_Diskette_First "For the next system boot, set the IPL priority to: diskette, hard drive, IDE CD-ROM, option ROMs (if the devices are available)" 0x0052 Boot_HDD_Only "For the next system boot, set the IPL priority to: hard drive then option ROMs (if the devices are available)" 0x0053 Boot_Device_List "For the next system boot, set the IPL priority to: diskette, IDE CD-ROM, hard drive, option ROMs (if the devices are available)" 0x0054 Boot_CDROM_First "For the next system boot, set the IPL priority to: IDE CD-ROM, diskette, hard drive, option ROMs (if the devices are available)"

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0x005A Reset_Button_Enable "The system’s reset button, if pressed, is enabled to perform a hardware reset of the system." 0x005B Reset_Button_Disable "The system’s reset button, if pressed, will not perform a hardware reset of the system." 0x005C RBU_Enable "Enables the system BIOS, on the next reboot, to search for an operating-system initiated BIOS update image." 0x005D RBU_Disable "Disables the BIOS update. This value is set by the BIOS on each reboot of the system"

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0x0093 Force_PXE_Enable "The next time the BIOS boots the system, the first PXE-capable device is inserted as the first device in the boot sequence. Enabling this value causes this operation on the next boot only, and does not cause a change in the system's defined boot sequence. The BIOS chooses the first PXE-capable device as the system's onboard network controller, if present and enabled, or the first bootable network device found in the system's standard PCI search order — whichever comes first." 0x0094 Force_PXE_Disable "The boot override feature is disabled and the system boot sequence is in effect."

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0x00A6 Parallel_Mode_ECP_dma1 "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in ECP mode, DMA channel 1." 0x00A7 Parallel_Mode_ECP_dma3 "Enables the system’s built-in parallel port to operate in ECP mode, DMA channel 3."

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0x00BF Console_Redirection_Off "Serial Console Redirection Off." 0x00C0 Console_Redirection_COM1 "Serial Console Redirection On, output to COM1. See also token D7h." 0x00C1 Power_Button_Enable "System Power Button Enabled." 0x00C2 Power_Button_Disable "System Power Button Disabled." 0x00C3 NMI_Button_Enable "NMI Button Enabled." 0x00C4 NMI_Button_Disable "NMI Button Disabled."

0x00D1 CPU_Hyperthreading_Enable "Enables Hyper Threading on all 'Jackson Technology' CPU’s." 0x00D2 CPU_Hyperthreading_Disable "Disables Hyper Threading on all 'Jackson Technology' CPU’s."

0x00D7 Console_Redirection_COM2 "Serial Console redirection On –, output to COM2. See also tokens BFh and C0h." 0x00D8 Default_CMOS_Request "Request a default of CMOS values on the next boot. The BIOS returns this attribute to the 'Disabled' setting after handling." 0x00D9 Default_CMOS_Cancel "Don’t request a default of CMOS on the next boot"

0x010C Radio_Transmission_Enable "Enable radio transmission from MiniPCI Wireless or Bluetooth module." 0x010D Radio_Transmission_Disable "Disable radio transmission from MiniPCI Wireless or Bluetooth module."

0x0114 Wireless_Disable "Wireless devices are always disabled." 0x0115 Wireless_App_Control "Wireless devices can be controlled by an application such as QuickSet" 0x0116 Wireless_Hotkey_or_App_Control "Wireless devices can be controlled by the <Fn+F2> hotkey or by an application such as QuickSet."

0x017B Cellular_Radio_Disable "Disable cellular radio (i.e. the WWAN module)." 0x017C Cellular_Radio_Enable "Enable cellular radio (i.e. the WWAN module)."

0x017D WiFi_Locator_Disable "Disable the WiFi locator feature." 0x017E WiFi_Locator_Enable "Enable the WiFi locator feature. When enabled, the locator feature can be activated during S3 to indicate the presence and intensity of wireless network(s), without fully waking the system. "

0x0152 BLUETOOTH_DEVICES_ENABLE "This feature will allow users to enable Bluetooth devices so that they will function within the operating system." 0x0153 BLUETOOTH_DEVICES_DISABLE "This feature will allow users to disable Bluetooth devices so that they will not function within the operating system."

0x017F Wireless_LAN_Disable "Disable wireless LAN module." 0x0180 Wireless_LAN_Enable "Enable wireless LAN module." 0x0181 Wireless_Switch_Bluetooth_Control_Disable "For systems that have a physical “Wireless On/Off Switch”, switch will turn the Bluetooth radio on and off." 0x0182 Wireless_Switch_Bluetooth_Control_Enable "For systems that have a physical “Wireless On/Off Switch”, switch will have no effect on the state of the Bluetooth radio." 0x0183 Wireless_Switch_Cellular_Control_Disable "For systems that have a physical “Wireless On/Off Switch”, switch will turn the Cellular (i.e. WWAN) radio on and off." 0x0184 Wireless_Switch_Cellular_Control_Enable "For systems that have a physical “Wireless On/Off Switch”, switch will have no effect on the state of the Cellular radio." 0x0185 Wireless_Switch_Wireless_LAN_Control_Disable "For systems that have a physical “Wireless On/Off Switch”, switch will turn the Wireless LAN radio on and off." 0x0186 Wireless_Switch_Wireless_LAN_Control_Enable "For systems that have a physical “Wireless On/Off Switch”, switch will have no effect on the state of the Wireless LAN radio."

0x0191 WiFi_Catcher_Changes_Denied "Will deny changes to the Wi-Fi Catcher setting (in setup and via the token mechanism) when an administrator password is set. If the administrator password is not set, this token’s setting will have no effect." 0x0192 WiFi_Catcher_Changes_Permitted "Will permit changes to the Wi-Fi Catcher setting (in setup and via the token mechanism) when an administrator password is set. If the administrator password is not set, this token’s setting will have no effect." 0x0193 Wireless_Switch_Changes_Denied "Will deny changes to the Wireless Switch setting (in setup and via the token mechanism) when an administrator password is set. If the administrator password is not set, this token’s setting will have no effect." 0x0194 Wireless_Switch_Changes_Permitted "Will permit changes to the Wireless Switch setting (in setup and via the token mechanism) when an administrator password is set. If the administrator password is not set, this token’s setting will have no effect."

0x0055 Wake_On_LAN_Disabled "The system will not respond to magic packets or other means of wake-on-LAN. The NIC chip section that looks for packets will not be powered." 0x0056 Wake_On_LAN_Add_In_Card "Any NIC plugged into an expansion slot will be enabled for Wake-on-LAN. There's only one small white NIC power connector per riser, so if the user has two or more add-in NICs, whichever one is plugged into the special power connector is the source of any Wake-on-LAN signal." 0x0057 Wake_On_LAN_Onboard "The on-board NIC is enabled for Wake-on-LAN." 0x0198 Wake_On_LAN_or_WLAN "On systems that have onboard LAN and wireless LAN hardware, we need a token to enable wake on either wired or wireless LAN. It is not possible to set up the system to only wake on wireless." 0x008e Wake_On_LAN_Boot_Override_Enabled "When the system powers on due to a Wake-on-LAN event, the NIC boot-ROM is automatically given the highest boot priority, pre-pending the PXE boot-ROM to the system’s current boot sequence. If the system powers on due to some other event, this selection does not influence the boot sequence." 0x008f Wake_On_LAN_Boot_Override_Disabled "The boot override feature is disabled and the system boot sequence is in effect for all types of system power on." 0x0146 USB_Wake_Support_Disable "Disable Wake On USB feature on the following boot." 0x0147 USB_Wake_Support_Enabled "Enable Wake On USB feature on the following boot. Any USB input device can generate a wake event."

0x401A Console_Redirection_Type_VT100 "The BIOS console redirection, if enabled, operates in VT100 emulation model. See also tokens BFh, C0h, and D7h." 0x401B Console_Redirection_Type_ANSI "The BIOS console redirection, if enabled, operates in ANSI emulation model. See also tokens BFh, C0h, and D7h."

0x401C Console_Redirection_After_Boot_Enable "The BIOS console redirection, if enabled, continues to operate after the OS boot hand-off. See also tokens BFh, C0h, D7h, 401Ah and 401Bh." 0x401D Console_Redirection_After_Boot_Disable "The BIOS console redirection, if enabled, operates during the BIOS boot only and is disabled prior to OS boot hand-off. See also tokens BFh, C0h, D7h, 401Ah and 401Bh."

0x4022 Force_PXE_2_Enable "Whenever the BIOS boots the system, the first PXE-capable device is inserted as the first device in the boot sequence. Enabling this feature causes the BIOS operation to occur on the next and all subsequent boots and causes a change in the system's defined boot sequence (unlike tokens 93h and 94h). The BIOS chooses the first PXE-capable device as the system's onboard network controller, if present and enabled, or the first bootable network device found in the system's standard PCI search order — whichever comes first." 0x4023 Force_PXE_2_Disable "The PXE boot override is disabled and the system boot sequence is in effect."

0x4033 Console_Redirection_Failsafe_115200 "Console Redirection uses Autobaud to detect the baud rate. If the autobaud detect fails, the baud rate will be set to 115,200 bits per second." 0x4034 Console_Redirection_Failsafe_57600 "Console Redirection uses Autobaud to detect the baud rate. If the autobaud detect fails, the baud rate will be set to 57,600 bits per second." 0x4035 Console_Redirection_Failsafe_19200 "Console Redirection uses Autobaud to detect the baud rate. If the autobaud detect fails, the baud rate will be set to 19,200 bits per second." 0x4036 Console_Redirection_Failsafe_9600 "Console Redirection uses Autobaud to detect the baud rate. If the autobaud detect fails, the baud rate will be set to 9,600 bits per second."

0x4039 Console_Redirection_BMC_SOL "Console Redirection On, output to the Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) and allows the customer to route the console to the Serial Over LAN (SOL). Also see tokens BFh, 401Ah, 401Bh, 401Ch, 401Dh, 4033h, 4034h, 4035h, and 4036h." 0x403A Console_Redirection_MMB "Console Redirection On, output to the Modular Management Board (MMB). Also see tokens BFh, 401Ah, 401Bh, 401Ch, 401Dh, 4033h, 4034h, 4035h, 4036h, and 4039h."

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