Hoi, kan iemand mij misschien helpen aan een schema of iets waar ik kan zien hoe de jumpers zitten op moederbord van ASUS PSGD 1-VM.. a.u.b. mailen als dat kan naar email@example.com.
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Re: mother board jumpers setting
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you don't need to find out manual for jumper setting any where if you see the mother board very closely near which Jumper want to setup you can see the printed jumper setting on mother board only,
Hi,what type of jumpers do you mean? if you want to clear your bios you can use jumpers calls "CLR-MOS" or "CL-ms" or "cms_clr" that it means CLEAR CMOS or CLEAR MOS (stands for mosfet transistors built in mother board eeprom" you can clear it this way: shutdown the pc or laptop find the jumper pull the backup battery up use a screw driver or an iron pin to short the jumpers together(if you dont find the jumpers after pulling up the battery short the battery+- together) wait 10 sec and then pull in the battery after that you have to go to your bios setting and set some data if you dont you may see errors like this in your screen before windows start up: "DMI POOL DATA CHANGED" PRESS F1 TO continue" or something like that; and if you dont know the bios setting ask from experts to do it for you because this setting is too dangerous and may harm your hardware,if you dont know dont touch it, and one more thing: if you mean another jumpers?dont touch it because some mother boards use jumpers for their settings or you may harm your hardware kind regards
open *********** board battery some time or " mother board battery inside 3pin jumper switch. open this jumper middle pin to other pin connect some time 1 minute & jumper set previous position. or" see mother board battery inside reset switch.
open *********** board battery some time or " mother board battery inside
3pin jumper switch. open this jumper middle pin to other pin connect
some time 1 minute & jumper set previous position. or" see mother board battery inside reset switch
What you need to do is unplug pc, open up the door panel to your pc and remomo cell battery from mother board then find the jump pins on the mother board they look just like the one in back of the hard drive. The jump pins are connected with a jumper similar to the pins jumper that sets up your hard drive to master, cable select, or slave. You need to reset the mother board the way you do that is by removing that pin jumper and replacing the cell baterry then the pin jumper. If done correctly you will reset your motherboard password setting and bios allowing you to boot your operating system. If you need help google your pc manufacture and model number and search mother board jump pins. Or email me with your pc info to firstname.lastname@example.org , and I will try to help you find it. Please rate if this was helpful...
*********** board sounds like the same as a Fujitsu board. D1115 the user manual can be found at diplodocs It shows the jumper settings and board layout for a Fujitsu motherboard. I hope this helps. Have a great day