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A690gm2ma i need to find all the original settings for the write protect bios jumper

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  • Jon Blaze Apr 14, 2008

    ya i have the exact same problem as you i need to know where on the board to place the jumpers so it works the same as it did out of the factory so if you where able to find a solution to this problem then i could use your help with it please you can e-mail me at Thanks a bunch



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The default setting for the bios are: set jumper on pins 1 & 2. To clear them switch it to 2 & 3 for 20-30 seconds and then return to default settings. Hope this is what you needed. Good Luck !

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