Thanks for the info. I found
a download http://www.planetsourcecode.com/upload_PSC/ftp/CODE_UPLOAD6436652000.zip
containing a zip file called "cmos.zip". The zip file contains "cmos.exe" and when running cmos.exe
it creates (in the same directory) the file "cmos.dat". When opening "cmos. dat" with notepad,
there are 128 lines, and each line contains one Byte of the cmos chip.
01. Byte: Current Second
02. Byte: ( ( * Second Alarm * ) )
03. Byte: Current Minute
04. Byte: ( ( * Minute Alarm * ) )
05. Byte: Current Hour
06. Byte: ( ( * Hour Alarm * ) )
07. Byte: Day of the Week
08. Byte: Day of the Month
09. Byte: Month
10. Byte: Year (00-99)
128. (128 is the highest)
These 128 Byte are described here ...http://myweb.cableone.net/benlunt/cmosinfo.htm
When I set the "booting time" in the bios, my pc boots at the
desired time, but
byte nr.2 (Second Alarm)
byte nr.4 (Minute Alarm) and
byte nr.6 (Hour Alarm)
are always "0".
My motherboard is an ASUS A7V-E with Award BIOS.
At which address does Award store the Second Alarm, Minute Alarm
and Hour Alarm info?