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'Turn off power and reinstall the jumper in normal mode'

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  • Jim Thurston May 11, 2010

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Go to this site to visualize the motherboard layout as i'm about to describe below. Refer to pages 12-13 http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/prodspec/dg31pr-tps.pdf

Note: Make sure to shut down your PC and unplug from power source.

- Look for Bios Setup configuration jumper block (the one marked X on the motherboard layout)
- You will see 3 pins with a jumper connecting 2 of the 3 pins.
- Ensure that the jumper is connected to pins 1-2 to set it to Normal mode

please refer to page 53 of the pdf file to check the pin configuration of the jumper block.



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