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IM TRYING TO RESET THE MOTHERBOARD AND I DONT KNOW WHICH JUMPERS TO USE. HAVE BEEN LOOKING ON LINE FOR A MANUAL. IS THERE ANY WEBSITE THAT MIGHT SHOW ME ONE THE MOTHERBOARD IS A SYNTAX SV266AD V 3.1 ANY HELP AT ALL WOULD BE NICE THANK YOU

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Hi, normally cmos/bios reset is a jumper very near the memory battery. The manual for that mother board is available at (http://64.168.125.230/support/Syntax/Motherboard/SV266AD/manual/SV266AD%20(3.1).doc) However it does not readily open in MS Word. Something is wrong with the file and you may want to use docrepait to fix the file and view the content. If you're still having difficulty, removing the flat battery for a couple of minutes (with the PC power off) would also reset the cmos/bios. Hope this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.

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Here is the link for the user manual. I don't think this file can open with office 2007 though. maybe 2003. http://64.168.125.230/support/Syntax/Motherboard/SV266AD/manual/

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