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After powering on system automatically goes to BIOS after if i save & exit the BIOS it is showing msg,that is "Turn off the power & reinstall the jumpers in proper mode. Please help me.

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There is a block of 3 pins that control your BIOS on the motherboard.

See page 53 of the manual. Here is a link if you do not have the manual.

Intel DG31PR manual

Make sure the jumper is on pins 1 and 2 when you boot the next time. It sounds like they are on pins 2 and 3 now.

NOTE: Remove all power before changing the pins. Turn computer off. Remove power cord. Press and hold power button for 5 seconds.

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