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Jumper connections a7v333 asus

Ok ,I air cleaned my computer and jumpers came out, try to put'em back but stayed with one.Wonder if anyone could find me a diagram to put them back at there right place.

My e-mail adress is albertpe@nb.sympatico.ca
Thanks in advance!

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  • Michael Thomas
    Michael Thomas May 11, 2010

    Hi there

    you can go to the manufacture of the motherboard web site and they will have the diagaram of the motherboard or you can go to the manufacture of the computer and get technical help fro mthem too

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Go to below link and download manual of ur motherboard...
and refer the diagram..
http://support.asus.com/download/download_item.aspx?product=1&model=A7V333

If problem not solve so pls reply me..
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