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P4vxasd2+ motherboard what kind and size jumper caps do i need to change over to ddr memory, i think you need to short out all the pins that run along one side of the motherboard,, the ones i bought do not fit?? even though they are the same size as the other jumper caps on the board, any help would be welcome,, thanks.

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    there is a row of jumper pins that need to be shorted for the ddr to work, i need to know what size jumper caps will fit on these pins, they do not tell you in the manual..does anybody know ??



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The other guy who responded isn't familiar with this motherboard. You need really small jumpers. I found them at Fry's.

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This option should not need to be enabled through jumpers, the bios should automatically detect the ram type on the motherboard, make sure you are using compatible memory.

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