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My motherboard has jumpers on it my grandchild

My motherboard has jumpers on it my grandchild removed them and i am looking for the proper install for them
s1692d duel pentium 2 440lx tyan computer corp.
please e-mail me with install specs if available.
thank you
normand marquis
norm@marquisandassociates.com
203-573-0302

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Hi there.
Tyan provide motherboard settings and specs for that model mobo here >>>>>>>>

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