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I want to disable chasis intrusion switch. Beacuse mother board perfectily well out side cabinet ,but does not boot after fitting inside cabinet

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Ok do it only if u r a professional..'

refer to the extreme right-hand-bottom [as ur back panel to the left n cpu to the top] of u r mother/main board..in here there is a 3-pin jumper named 'CHASSIS'..place a jumper or set it to pin-2-3 [the middle n right pins respectively]..
hope it'll work..for reference :
http://www.filefront.com/4169747/P4GE-MX-Users-manual-for-English-Version-E1862/

always better to seek professional advice of ur system admin/vendor....

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