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I want to disable user log in on an older computer atx micro atx cpu 133MHz what jumpers will disable the user log in?? after boot it want the user and password and this machine was bought without documentation at a goodwill store. it has the windows 2000 professional nt installed. the make is A open AX 34

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  • walkertexr Nov 18, 2009

    I can get into the setup part upon boot, when the boot is finished windows starts. then the user log in is there and I can not log in to open up window os normally; being an older machine is only goes to last good configuration, in the boot sequence it is set to c, scsi, a. when i tried to clear the cmos it just won't boot. i tried the jumpers next to the pci connector with no avail.

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    qwertyomen May 11, 2010

    What kind of user login? is it a bios login, or an OS login?

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Hi walkertexr

You can clear the cmos, which will reset the password on the motherboard, by the following:

  1. Turn off the system and unplug the AC power.
  2. Remove the ATX Power Cable from the Connectore PWR2
  3. Locate the JP14 and short Pins 2-3 for a few seconds
  4. Return JP14 to it's normal setting by shorting pins 1-2.
  5. Connect the ATX Power Cable back to connector PWR2
  6. Plug in the ATX Power Cable back to the System,
That should do it. Here's a really bad picture but it should give you an idea of where the jumper is.

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Good Luck,

Mark

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