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You can make the settings of the computer’s operating environment (password settings, startup drive selection, etc.)

Starting the Setup Utility

  1. Turn on or restart the computer.
  2. Press «F2» or «Del» while [Panasonic] boot screen is displayed soon after the computer starts the startup procedure.
    When [Enter Password] is displayed, enter your password.
    When you start the Setup Utility with Supervisor Password
    • You can make the settings of all items of the Setup Utility.
    When you start the Setup Utility with User Password
    • Note the following:
      • In the [Advanced] and [Boot] menus, you cannot make the settings of all items.
      • In the [Security] menu, you can change only the User Password when [User Password Protection] is set to [No Protection]. You cannot delete the User Password.
      • In the [Exit] menu, you cannot make the setting of [Load Default Values] and [Boot Override].
      • «F9» (Setup Defaults) does not function.
- The [Panasonic] boot screen may not appear when only the external display is being used. In this case, as soon as the computer starts up, press «F2» or «Del» several times and start the Setup Utility.

Information Menu

Underlined items are the factory presets.

LanguageEnglish
French
Japanese
Product Information
Model No.
Serial No.
Computer information (cannot be changed.)
System Information
Processor Type
Processor Speed
Memory Size
Available Memory*1
Hard Disk
Computer information (cannot be changed.)
BIOS Information
BIOS
BIOS Configuration
Embedded Controller
Intel(R) ME Firmware
Accumulative Operating Time
Access Level
Computer information (cannot be changed.)
*1 : When the mounted memory capacity is 4GB or less, Available Memory is 2GB.
When the mounted memory capacity is more than 4GB, Available Memory is 8GB (3239MB for 32bit OS)

Main Menu

Underlined items are the factory presets.

System Date
  • Day of the Week/Month/Day/Year.
  • You can use «Tab» to move the cursor.
[xxx xx/xx/xxxx]
System Time
  • 24-hr. style.
  • You can use «Tab» to move the cursor.
[xx:xx:xx]
Main Configuration
Touch PadDisabled
Enabled
Touchscreen Mode
  • Only for model with touchscreen.
Touchscreen Mode
Table Mode
Auto
Current Status
  • Only when [Touchscreen Mode] is set to [Auto].
Depending on the current status, either 'Touchscreen Mode' or 'Tablet Mode' is displayed.
10-Key Mode
  • Select the behavior of the 10-key area of the keyboard.
  • When [NumLock] is selected, the 10-key area works as a number pad when NumLock LED is on.
  • When [Fn Key] is selected, the 10-key area works as a number pad when the «Fn» key is held.
NumLock
Fn Key
Display
  • The display during the Windows start-up process. When an external display is not connected, the information appears on the internal LCD even though the [External Monitor] is selected.
External Monitor
Internal LCD
LCD Brightness Mode
  • Only for model with touchscreen.
  • When [High Brightness] is selected, the brightness of the LCD is about twice that of [Normal Brightness] mode, and power consumption is also higher.
Normal Brightness
High Brightness
Battery Charging IndicatorOn Continuous
Flashing
Power on ACDisabled
Enabled
LID SwitchDisabled
Enabled
Wireless Antenna Switching
  • Only for CF-53 Series
  • Only when the peripheral device with external antenna is connected.
  • If [Auto] is selected, the external antenna is used when it is connected.
  • If [PC (built-in)] is selected, the internal antenna is used.
PC (built-in)
Auto
EnvironmentNormal Temperature
High Temperature
Auto
Current Status
  • Only when [Environment] is set to [Auto].
Depending on the battery status, either 'Normal Temperature' or 'High Temperature' is displayed.
Concealed Mode ConfigurationEnter the sub-menu.*2
*2 : The submenu that appears when [Concealed Mode Configuration] is selected:
Concealed ModeDisabled
Enabled
LCD Backlight
  • Can be changed only when [Concealed Mode] is set to [Enabled].
ON
Minimum
OFF
LED
  • Can be changed only when [Concealed Mode] is set to [Enabled].
  • Except for the LED of external devices.
ON
OFF
Sound
  • Can be changed only when [Concealed Mode] is set to [Enabled].
ON
OFF
Wireless Radio
  • Can be changed only when [Concealed Mode] is set to [Enabled].
ON
OFF
Fan Diagnostics
  • Press «Enter» to start fun test.
Enter the sub-menu.
Optical Kit ConfigurationEnter the sub-menu.

Advanced Menu

Underlined items are the factory presets.

CPU ConfigurationEnter the sub-menu*3.
*3 : The submenu that appears when [CPU Configuration] is selected:
Execute-Disable Bit Capability
  • [Enabled] indicates that this computer supports hardware-based Data Execution Prevention (DEP).
Disabled
Enabled
Intel(R) Hyper-Threading TechnologyDisabled
Enabled
Core Multi-ProcessingDisabled
Enabled
Intel(R) Virtualization TechnologyDisabled
Enabled
Intel(R) VT-dDisabled
Enabled
Intel(R) Trusted Execution Technology Disabled
Enabled
Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology 2.0Disabled
Enabled
Peripheral Configuration
HDD Controller Setting
  • Do not change this setting. If you do, the operating system will not function correctly.
Compatible
AHCI
Optical DriveDisabled
Enabled
Serial PortDisabled
Enabled
LANDisabled
Enabled
Power On by LAN
  • Can be changed only when [LAN] is set to [Enabled].
  • To use [Power On by LAN], make additional settings in [Device Manager].
Deny
Allow
LAN (2nd)
  • Only for model with 2nd LAN
Disabled
Enabled
Modem
  • Only for model with Modem
Disabled
Enabled
Wireless ConfigurationEnters the sub-menu*4.
*4 : The submenu that appears when [Wireless Configuration] is selected:
Wireless SwitchDisabled
Enabled
Wireless Ready IndicatorDisabled
Enabled
Wireless LAN
  • Only for model with wireless LAN
  • [Wireless LAN/WiMAX] is displayed for the model with WiMAX.
Disabled
Enabled
Wireless WAN
  • Only for model with wireless WAN
Disabled
Enabled
Bluetooth
  • Only for model with Bluetooth
Disabled
Enabled

Upper Ext Antenna
  • Only for CF-53 Series
  • Only when the peripheral device with external antenna is connected.
WWAN main
WLAN sub
NONE
Lower Ext Antenna
  • Only for CF-53 Series
  • Only when the peripheral device with external antenna is connected.
WWAN sub
WLAN main
NONE
ExpressCard Slot
  • Only for model with ExpressCard Slot
Disabled
Enabled
PC Card SlotDisabled
Enabled
Legacy Card SupportUpper Slot
Lower Slot
SD SlotDisabled
Enabled
IEEE1394 Port
  • Only for model IEEE1394 Port
Disabled
Enabled
Smart Card
  • Only for model with Smart Card
Disabled
Enabled
USB PortDisabled
Enabled
Legacy USB SupportDisabled
Enabled

Boot Menu

Underlined items are the factory presets.

Boot Mode
  • Setting [Fast] will skip the [Panasonic] boot screen normally displayed immediately after the computer is turned on. The time required to display the Windows boot screen will become shorter.
    Since the [Panasonic] boot screen is not displayed, press and hold ≪F2≫ or ≪Del≫ and turn the computer on to start the Setup Utility.
  • If the startup from USB devices is not possible, set [Compatible] and retry. However, setting [Compatible] will require longer time to display the Windows boot screen than setting [Normal].
Fast
Normal
Compatible
Boot Option Priorities
Boot Option #1
USB Floppy Disk*5
Boot Option #2
Hard Disk
Boot Option #3
Optical Drive
Boot Option #4
LAN
Boot Option #5
USB Hard Disk
Boot Option #6
USB Optical Drive

To change the boot order

The default order is [USB Floppy Disk*5] → [Hard Disk] → [Optical Drive] → [LAN] → [USB Hard Disk] → [USB Optical Drive].
  • Press «Enter» on the boot device you want to change and select the boot device from the following menu.
    • When a selected boot device in the following menu already exists in either of the [Boot Option (#1 to #6)], the boot device appears at the newly selected position by switching the positions with the original boot device that existed before at the position.
    • When you select [Disabled] in the following menu, the disabled [Boot Option] is ignored and the boot device in the next [Boot Option] operates.
*5 : The operation is confirmed by Panasonic USB floppy disk drive (optional: CF-VFDU03U).

Security Menu

Underlined items are the factory presets.

Boot Prompt Configuration
Setup Utility Prompt
  • When [Setup Utility Prompt] is set to [Disabled], the message 'Press F2 for Setup / F12 for LAN' is not displayed on [Panasonic] boot screen. However, F2 and F12 will work even if the message is not displayed.
Disabled
Enabled
Boot Popup MenuDisabled
Enabled
Password On BootDisabled
Enabled
Auto
Password On RebootDisabled
Same as Boot
Password On ResumeDisabled
Enabled
Auto
Boot Device On Hibernation ResumeTry prior devices
Hard Disk only
Set Supervisor PasswordEnter the sub-menu.
Hard Disk Lock
  • Can be changed only when [Set Supervisor Password] is set.
Disabled
Enabled
User Password ProtectionNo Protection
Protected
Set User PasswordEnter the sub-menu.
Intel(R) Anti-Theft TechnologyInactive
Active
Suspend mode transitionDisabled
Enabled
Embedded Security(TPM)
  • Only for model that supports TPM
  • For information on TPM, refer to the Installation Manual of 'Trusted Platform Module (TPM)'.
    Click (Start), input 'c:utildriverstpmreadme.pdf' in [Search programs and files], and press «Enter».
    Click [start] - [Run] and input 'c:utildriverstpmreadme.pdf', and click [OK].
Enter the sub-menu.
Fingerprint Security
  • Only for model with Fingerprint Reader
Enter the sub-menu.
AMT Configuration
  • Only for model that supports Intel(R) AMT
Enter the sub-menu.
Intel(R) Anti-Theft Technology
  • Only for model that does not supports Intel(R) AMT
Computer information
(Cannot be changed)

Exit Menu

Save Values and RebootTo reboot the system after saving the changes.
Reboot Without Saving ChangesTo reboot the system without saving the changes.
Save Options
Save Current ValuesTo save the changes for all Setup options.
Load Previous ValuesTo load previous values for all Setup options.
Load Default ValuesTo return the settings to the default values.
Boot Override
(Device Information)To select a boot device which operates only in the next booting.
Repair Your ComputerView a list of system recovery tools you can use to repair startup problems, run diagnostics, or restore your system.
Diagnostic UtilityExecute Diagnostic Utility.
Default

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Network port one

Connect an Ethernet (RJ45) cable from a router or a broadband modem for network or internet access.

7

USB 3.0 ports (4)

Connect peripherals such as storage devices, printers, and external displays. Provides data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps.

8

Network port two

Connect an Ethernet (RJ45) cable from a router or a broadband modem for network or internet access.

9

DisplayPort (2)

Connect a monitor or another DisplayPort enabled device. Provides video and audio output.

10

HDMI port

Connect a monitor or another HDMI‑in enabled device. Provides video and audio output.

11

CANbus port (optional)

Connect to a CANbus port enabled device or dongles.

12

VGA port

Connect a monitor or another VGA enabled device. Provides video output.

13

12-26V DC power port (barrel connector)

Connect a 12-26V DC power cable for supplying power to your Embedded Box PC.

14

Audio ports (3)

Connect a speaker, a headphone, a microphone, or a headset (headphone and microphone combo).

15

+12-26V DC power connector

Connect a 12-26V DC power connector for supplying power to your Embedded Box PC.

16

GPIO-In 8-pin port 3, 4, 5

Connect to a GPIO-out enabled device or dongles.

17

GPIO-Out 8-pin port 4, 5

Connect to a GPIO-in enabled device or dongles.

18

USB 2.0 ports (4)

Connect peripherals such as storage devices, printers, and external displays. Provides data transfer speeds up to 480 Mbps.