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Re: Presario Board 6310us JP Pins
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You might of bought a board that you don't need. This is what you do. Remove the power cord. Disconnect the cable that connects the power board to the main board from the main board. Also disconnect the cable that the connects the main board and the logic board from the main board. Now you want to jump pin 1 to pin 3 on the cable that goes to the power board. Look at the logic board. Do you see a set of pins on the board 1-4 or 1-6? You want to jump the 2 highest pins togeather. After you have done this, plug in the ac cord. Do you get colored patterns? If you do, replace tha main board. If you do not, check your VA and VS voltage while the set is running. More than likely you VS is missing. That tells you that your Y sus, Upper or Lower Y buffer or panel is shorted. I hope this helps.
What you need to do is unplug pc, open up the door panel to your pc and remomo cell battery from mother board then find the jump pins on the mother board they look just like the one in back of the hard drive. The jump pins are connected with a jumper similar to the pins jumper that sets up your hard drive to master, cable select, or slave. You need to reset the mother board the way you do that is by removing that pin jumper and replacing the cell baterry then the pin jumper. If done correctly you will reset your motherboard password setting and bios allowing you to boot your operating system. If you need help google your pc manufacture and model number and search mother board jump pins. Or email me with your pc info to email@example.com , and I will try to help you find it. Please rate if this was helpful...
Unplug your machine from wall outlet. Open the case and remove the flat battery from the motherboard. Wait 5-15 minutes and replace it, your machine is now at default settings.
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The jumper looks like a staple from the top side . It is soldered to the bottom of the board. The copper trace can be followed from pin 2 through the staple ( jumper ) to pin 6 of IC 2004. Remove the staple ( unsolder from the board ) then solder the staple from pin 6 to pin 7 of IC 2004. The IC has a notch at one end. Pin 1 is the first pin to the right of the notch looking down on it from the top. The pins are in consecutive order 1,2,3 etc. Hope this makes sense.