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Hello pls i want to set my jumper settings so that my computer can go off when i put it off and automatically boot when power comes.

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You want the computer to do what???

What it counds like is you want to be able to turn the computer on and off automatically. There is a few places in Melbourne, Australia that sell dial-in power adaptors if that is what you mean. I would have to look for the phone number though if your interested.

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Looking at the specs for this unit, I think I have a solution for you. The hard drive is SATA but the optical drive is ATA (the older ribbon cable connection).

Open the case and look at the back of the CD/DVD drive and look for the jumper settings (CS / SL / MA). It is likely in the CS setting, or Cable Select. You must move this to the MA or Master setting before you can boot to this device.

This was the standard when all drives were ATA or PATA - you had to set the jumper on the device to tell the BIOS what position the device needed to operate in. CS was the defaulted setting but does not work with booting from BIOS.

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Power failed during MSI P67A-C43 B3 bios update


Download the latest BIOS update from your computer manufacturer's website onto a USB flash drive. Refer to your user manual to obtain the manufacturer's website address. If the downloaded BIOS file is a zip archive, unzip the contents onto your USB flash drive. Jumper settings may need to be reconfigured on some motherboards to enter BIOS recovery mode. Most Intel-based motherboards have a jumper setting or switch near the on-board CMOS battery. The procedure for setting the jumpers will vary depending on your motherboard make and model, so refer to the motherboard documentation for specific instructions. Power on the computer and press "F2" to access the Setup Mode menu. If you are unable to access the setup menu, you will not be able to proceed with this repair. Take your computer to a repair shop, as the motherboard may need to be replaced. Use the arrow key to select "Boot Priority" or a similarly named field. Press the "Enter" key. Scroll down until "First boot priority" or "First boot drive" is selected and press "Enter." Select the USB flash drive as the first boot priority device. Press the "F10" key to save this setting and exit from the setup menu. Connect the USB flash drive to an open USB port on your computer. Then let your computer fully reboot. The USB flash drive should be detected and the BIOS should update automatically. When the update is complete, you may be prompted to restart your computer, or it may reboot automatically. If you are able to use your computer without any further problems of overheating or failure to recognize drives, your failed BIOS update has been resolved.

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Your computer's BIOS is an critical part of your system when it comes to hardware integration. This especially true when it comes to setting up hard drives and optical DVD drives. You can access your BIOS settings menu during the boot process of your computer. Different computers have different protocols when it comes to accessing the BIOS settings but many can be accessed by pressing "F1" or the "Delete" key before the operating system is loaded up. Consult your computer's documentation or pay close attention to your boot prompts displayed on the screen to enter the BIOS settings menu.

Turn on or restart your computer system. Press the appropriate key during POST in order to load the BIOS settings screen. You will have a short window of opportunity to press the appropriate key before the operating system loads. Search your BIOS menu settings for the appropriate menu concerning your attached hard drives and CD/DVD drives. If you are not sure where to navigate, consult your computer's owner manual. Check the drive menu to see if your DVD drive is listed. Many BIOS manufacturers give the user the option to scan for attached drives if the component does not appear to be listed. If the DVD drive does not appear after the hardware scan, turn off and disconnect your computer, take off the case cover and double check the data and power connections to the drive. Check the jumper settings on the back of the drive if it is of the IDE variety; SATA drives do not have any jumpers to set. There are three jumper settings for IDE based DVD drives: "Master", "Slave", and "Cable Select". Make sure the jumper is set to "Cable Select". Put the computer back together and plug it in. Turn on the computer and re-enter the appropriate BIOS settings menu. If the DVD drive shows up on your drive list, your computer has recognized it properly. Enter the boot settings menu of your BIOS. Change the boot order of your DVD drive to the first position so the computer will read it first during start up. This step is optional; however, you may wish to have this arrangement in case your computer needs to be started from a DVD boot disk later.

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Download the latest BIOS update from your computer manufacturer's website onto a USB flash drive. Refer to your user manual to obtain the manufacturer's website address.

If the downloaded BIOS file is a zip archive, unzip the contents onto your USB flash drive.


Jumper settings may need to be reconfigured on some motherboards to enter BIOS recovery mode. Most Intel-based motherboards have a jumper setting or switch near the on-board


CMOS battery.

The procedure for setting the jumpers will vary depending on your motherboard make and model, so refer to the motherboard documentation for specific instructions.

Power on the computer and press "F2" to access the Setup Mode menu.


If you are unable to access the setup menu, you will not be able to proceed with this repair. Take your computer to a repair shop, as the motherboard may need to be replaced.


Use the arrow key to select "Boot Priority" or a similarly named field. Press the "Enter" key.


Scroll down until "First boot priority" or "First boot drive" is selected and press "Enter."


Select the USB flash drive as the first boot priority device. Press the "F10" key to save this setting and exit from the setup menu.


Connect the USB flash drive to an open USB port on your computer.

Then let your computer fully reboot.

The USB flash drive should be detected and the BIOS should update automatically.


When the update is complete, you may be prompted to restart your computer, or it may reboot automatically.


If you are able to use your computer without any further problems of overheating or failure to recognize drives, your failed BIOS update has been resolved.


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How can I reset the BIOS


You can reset bios with 2 methods.
(1) Pull CMOS cell from motherbord for 10 minutes.
Then power up the computer 2 times.
Then all settings are defaults.
Then reseat the cell.

(2)You can RESET all settings with jumper settings.
Find jumper on mothebord named "Clear Cmos" It has 3 pins 1-2-3
Set jumper in 2-3 position then power up the computer then again put jumper in 1-2 position then all settings of bios are RESET.
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I just bought a harddrive because my old drive went. so I hooked up the new drive and turned it on, but i get nothing but a blank screen


hi there,
please unplug new harddrive and see if computer boots up without it.
if it does list all the other cd/dvd drives, then you did someth. wrong upon installing the new drive.hook up again, see the jumper settings in the back(must be set to single ) if attached to 1st IDE-channel, else if you hook it up to a cd-drive, set jumper on cd to master, onharddisk to slave, check power connection, reassemble pc, boot up.
Got a screen now? hdd should belisted! now insert windows installation cd and proceed...

if system still does not recognize the drive, then enter BIOS(press F2 or Del or F1 during booting)set all drive detection to automatic, leave saving BIOS-settings, press F10), reboot.

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If you're replacing a motherboard then the new motherboard has a jumper across the on/off jumpers. If this is used board then check to make sure the on/off jumper pins are not shorted. If OK boot up and go into BIOS. Make sure that any line stating Automatic Turn ON is off.

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Hello,

Try pulling the CMOS battery out of its seat for about 5 min. Also, set the board jumpers pin to reset while the battery is out. Push the power on button, some model will power on into the BIOS setup. Here, set the system to default settings. Once done, power off the pc, reseat the battery and the jumper switch to normal. Power on your system.

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Take the side of pc off and locate CMOS battery, 3V disc shaped, and check if not flat as your pc will not start at all if it has lost all settings in bios. If replaced battery and still no luck locate on motherboard 'JBAT1' terminal and put jumper on pins 2-3 then back on pins 1-2. This will clear any faulty cmos settings and require you to set time and date again etc. If you still get no boot up, either the power supply or proccessor is faulty; unfortunately hard to diagnose over the net.

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