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Though i hve put jumper to normal posirion it shows Trun off & reinstall the jumper to normal position

DH61WW mother board, directly it opens cmos setup page, give save & exit it appers (turn off power and reinstall the jumper in normal mode position) what can be done? See this video i will explain in that: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8wHPQvEsPTU#. Plz contact me on facebook:www.facebook.com/NofearShashank

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    Shashank Nov 09, 2014

    in youtube link plz delete # in last

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I can't read those words that you flash around or see what you are trying to show me. Put it on the wrong side nothing will happen but it will clear your BIOS SETTINGS TO DEFAULT. PUT THE JUMPER BACK ON , START UP AND THEN GO INTO THE BIOS IMMEDIATLYAND CHECK YOUR SETTINGS ARE CORRECT.
Now reboot and you should go straight intto your OS if not corrupt.
Good luck and if it don't work be a little more clear on your fault.

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Did you try restting the BIOS? Here's the link to that Intel board.
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d875pbz/index.htm

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SOURCE: no boot or beeps

My dad had the same problem but it was The Power Circuit needed replacing as the power board had burnt out.

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