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Asus NRL-LS P4 MB power on issue

Help!! my server with asus nrl-ls mobo powered down after a std ms windows update process and when i tried to restart the system by pressing the power button, there was no life in the system at all. the only sign of life was the green led showing power to the mobo and the network activity lights. any ideas??

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Re: Asus NRL-LS P4 MB power on issue

Unplug the power wait for 30 secs, then plug in and retry

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Look for jumper J2, between the battery and the bios chip, at one end of a long connector CON1.
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Place a jumper block on them, and the system should start normally.

The manual is here +NRL-LS Cover.P65 -

Look at item 9 on page 2-22, referring to jumper J2

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