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I have a problem of motherboard Motherboard has power but cant come display. My friend suggest me in the motherboard jumper move it but i cant know which jumper to remove?

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Jumper is a on cornor side of motherboard and is used to reset bios.....
trying to move jumper may not solve your problem .....
if u hear a tone continuesly then it will be ur ram problem..check your ram and try to fit it properly.
if there is no tone then it will be your display adapter problem..check your monitor cable..whether is properly connected with your cpu...if u have discrete graphic solution i.e. u have a graphic card on motherboard then check it if properly fitted..
if this will solve ur problem then ok..
otherwise u have to replace ur mother board..

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