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Jumper Settings I recently took apart my computer, Elite Group p4s5mg/gl+ because I had to reformat the hard drive. Now I have I took one jumper out to use on a dvd rom for another computer. I dont really know where I took it from but now my computer wont start. I turn it on and the cpu fan turns about a quarter way round and it does not start. I think it may be because of the jumper I removed, or the power supply is not working. I have had no problem with the power supply, So I assume it is the jumper. I would like to just find a diagram of jumper settings so I can get my pc up and running again. Help would be great!!!

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  • newnum_c Feb 02, 2008

    I am actually talking about the jumpers on the motherboard itself.

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Hes ******** sorry about him u need to use pa for power see how it says that will go acorss only on jumpers not up down ok when u set that pa for power in try both ways to starys up then do idee then rreset dsame way start with 1st letter on mobo see how shows p that stands for power idd and rw or rs reset those 3 all u relly neeeed to get on ok to light it up mess aorund horznal not vertical ok start wityh p red then ove rto next pin cheak if not go to other pin on op side of it then test ok one willl light u up

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Are you talking about the jumper on the hardrive?if so if you have only 1 hardrive put the jumper on the 'cs' pins.if that doesnt work put the jumper on mas or (master).if you have 2 hardrives make sure the jumpers are on mas and the second drive on slave.hope this helps.let me know.cs means cable select

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