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ATX93-3405 WHEN I TURN ON THE POWER THE SCREEN SAYS -

THE SCREEN SAYS( TURN OFF POWER AND REINSTALL THE JUMPER IN NORMAL POSITION. THAT IS ALL IT WILL DO, I TOOK OUT THE JUMPER AND PUT IT BACK IN AND I RESET THE TIME AND DATE BUT, THAT DID NOT WORK EITHER .
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There are many jumpers on the motherboard, drives, and such. Is there a title to the error that might possibly identify which jumper they are referring to? I have one for overclocking, one for chassis intrusion, one for ide mode in SATA, and on, and on. What does it say "before" "turn off power..." is there some kind of error name? My suggestion, get the manual for the motherboard, adn look on the page that has the picturial diagram, and identifies all the components on the board. It will indicate all the jumpers, and the default positions. It shouldn't say that though, unless something has changed. So, either you changed the jumper's original position, OR, you changed some hardware configuration that has made your current jumper position erroneous.

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