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<Conrep version="3.10" originating_platform="ProLiant DL380 G4" originating_family="P51" originating_romdate="04/26/2006" originating_processor_manufacturer="Intel">
  <Section name="IPL_Order" helptext="Current Initial ProgramLoad device boot order.">
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    <Index6>ff </Index6>
    <Index7>ff </Index7>
  <Section name="PCI_Devices" helptext="Lists of PCI devices and their interrupts - not displayed if default values are set.">
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    <Id6>00 10 30 00 </Id6>
  <Section name="Controller_Order" helptext="Lists the current boot controller ordering.">
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  <Section name="Language" helptext="Defines current language identifier">JPNJPNjp  </Section>
  <Section name="System_WOL" helptext="System Wake On Lan Capabilities.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="System_APIC" helptext="System APIC Settings(MPS Table Mode).">Full Table</Section>
  <Section name="System_Mouse" helptext="Enable or Disable the onboard mouse port.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="System_CPU_Serial_Number" helptext="Enables or disabled CPU serial numbers on systems that support it.">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="System_COMA" helptext="Settings for UART 1 on systems that support it.">COM1</Section>
  <Section name="System_COMA_IRQ" helptext="Settings for UART 1 on systems that support it.">IRQ4</Section>
  <Section name="System_COMB" helptext="Settings for UART 2 on systems that support it.">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="System_COMB_IRQ" helptext="Settings for UART 2 on systems that support it.">Undefined</Section>
  <Section name="System_Virtual_Serial_Port" helptext="Virtual Serial Port Settings for systems that support it.">COM2</Section>
  <Section name="System_Virtual_Serial_Port_IRQ" helptext="Virtual Serial Port IRQ Settings for systems that support it.">IRQ3</Section>
  <Section name="System_LPT" helptext="System parallel port settings for systems that support it.">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="System_LPT_IRQ" helptext="System parallel port settings for systems that support it.">Undefined</Section>
  <Section name="System_LPT_Mode" helptext="System parallel port settings for systems that support it.">SPP</Section>
  <Section name="System_USB_Control" helptext="Systemwide USB settings.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="System_USB_EHCI_Controller" helptext="Enables or disabled EHCI mode(USB 2.0) of the system USB controller.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Diskette_Write_Control" helptext="Toggles write control of integrated floppy.">Writes_Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="POST_F1_Prompt" helptext="Controls display of the F1 POST prompt.">Delayed</Section>
  <Section name="Hyperthreading" helptext="Toggles hyperthreading on systems that support it.  This setting is supported on G5 and earlier systems.  For newer systems, use the Intel_Hyperthreading setting.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="NMI_Debug_Button" helptext="Allows generating NMI(non-maskable interrupt) via NMI button/jumper for hardware debugging.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="ACPI_Power_Button" helptext="Switches power button to operate in APCI mode.  Enabling permits enhanced power button handling(push and hold to shut off, and single push to shutdown) instead of on/off operation.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="CPU_Performance" helptext="Allows tuning of system performance goals">Memory</Section>
  <Section name="ASR" helptext="Allows enabling/disabling of the Automatic Server Recovery feature.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="ASR_Timeout" helptext="User Configuration Timeout for Automatic Server Recovery">5 Minutes</Section>
  <Section name="Thermal_Shutdown" helptext="Enables shutdown when thermal events occur">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="RBSU_Language" helptext="Language to use for the RBSU menus">06</Section>
  <Section name="PXE_NIC1" helptext="Enable or disable PXE boot on the given NIC">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="PXE_NIC2" helptext="Enable or disable PXE boot on the given NIC">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="PXE_NIC3" helptext="Enable or disable PXE boot on the given NIC">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="PXE_NIC4" helptext="Enable or disable PXE boot on the given NIC">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="PXE_NIC5" helptext="Enable or disable PXE boot on the given NIC">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="BIOS_Console" helptext="Used to select the port for the BIOS console">Auto</Section>
  <Section name="BIOS_Baud_Rate" helptext="BIOS console communications settings">9600</Section>
  <Section name="BIOS_Type" helptext="BIOS console communications settings">VT100</Section>
  <Section name="EMS_Console" helptext="Used to select the port for the EMS console">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="BIOS_Interface_Mode" helptext="BIOS console communications settings">Auto Mode</Section>
  <Section name="System_Embedded_IDE" helptext="Settings for the embedded IDE controller on systems that support it">Secondary_Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Embedded_Virtual_Disk" helptext="Enables or disable the Virtual Disk when available.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="No_Execute_Memory_Protection" helptext="Enables No Execute mode if the system CPU supports it">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Legacy_SERR">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="CPU_Virtualization" helptext="When enabled, a Virtual Machine Manager supporting this feature can utilize hardware capabilities provided by the server.">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Diskette_Boot">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="NumLock">Off</Section>
  <Section name="POST_Speed_Up">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Integrated_Diskette_Controller">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="PCI_Bus_Reset">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Hot_Plug_Reservation">Auto Set</Section>
  <Section name="Memory_Protection" helptext="Sets the type of memory protection used on the server.  Not all modes are supported on all servers.">Advanced_ECC_Support</Section>
  <Section name="Automatic_Poweron" helptext="Configures server to automatically power on when A/C power is applied to the system. This setting is not support by blade servers.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Power-On_Delay" helptext="Sets the delay for the system to be begin the boot up process">No_Delay</Section>
  <Section name="USB_Capability">USB_1.1</Section>
  <Section name="PCI_Enumeration_Method" helptext="Controls the PCI enumeration method on G6 or higher servers.">Standard</Section>
  <Section name="Shared_ILO_Port" helptext="Switches iLo from using its dedicated NIC port to sharing the first NIC of the system for ML310 G5.">Dedicated_Port</Section>
  <Section name="Option_ROM_Loading_Sequence" helptext="Choses whether Option ROMs for embedded devices or expansion cards are loaded first.">Option_Card_First</Section>
  <Section name="Removable_Flash_Media_Boot_Sequence" helptext="Selects which USB or SD card devices will be searched first when enumerating boot devices.">Internal_Drivekeys_First</Section>
  <Section name="USB_Port_Boot_Order_G5" helptext="Allows the USB Port Boot order to be set on G5 or older systems.">Internal</Section>
  <Section name="USB_Port_Boot_Order_G6" helptext="Allows the USB Port Boot order to be set on G6 or newer systems.">Internal</Section>
  <Section name="Low_Power_Halt_state" helptext="Allows the enable/disable of the Low Power Halt state(C1E).">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Intel_Processor_Core_Disable" helptext="Allows disabling of processor cores using Intel's Core Multi-Processing(CMP) technology.">All_Cores_Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Intel_Processor_Turbo_Mode" helptext="Allows Intel processors to transition to a higher frequency than its rated speed if the processor has available headroom and is within temperature specification.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Intel_VT-d2" helptext="When enabled, a Virtual Machine Manager supporting this feature can utilize hardware capabilities provided by Intel's Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O.">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Intel_QPI_Link_Power_Management" helptext="Places the Quick Path Interconnect (QPI) links into a low power state to save power.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Intel_PCI_Express_Generation_20_Support" helptext="Allows disabling PCI-E Gen 2.0 support on Intel based servers. If disabled, all PCI-Express devices will run at PCI-E 1.0 speeds (2.5 Gb/s) even if a PCI-E device is 2.0 capable (5.0 Gb/s).">Auto</Section>
  <Section name="TPM_Functionality">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="TPM_Visibility">Unhide</Section>
  <Section name="TPM_Expansion_ROM_Measuring">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Node_Interleaving" helptext="Allows the enabling/disabling of node interleaving on Intel platforms.">Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Intel_Hyperthreading" helptext="Toggles hyperthreading on Intel based G6 and greater systems">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="PCI_Bus_Padding_Option" helptext="Option allows the user to disable the default PCI Bus setting where each expansion slot is provided an extra PCI Bus number. By default, the system ROM will pad one PCI bus per bridge to not affect current bus numbering schemes.">Enabled</Section>
  <Section name="Memory_Speed_with_2_DIMMs_per_Channel" helptext="Allows system to run DIMMs at 1333 Mhz when up to 2 DIMMs are installed on a memory channel. Function validated with HP DIMMs. HP recommends this setting remain at the default of 1066 MHz if utilizing non HP-DIMMs.">1066MHz_Maximum</Section>
  <Section name="Video_Options" helptext="By default, system ROM disables the embedded video controller when an optional video controller is detected.  Option allows embedded video to remain enabled for iLO remote video.">Optional_Primary_Embedded_Disabled</Section>
  <Section name="Power_Supply_Requirements_Override" helptext="Overrides the number of power supplies required.">Normal</Section>
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