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JP1 PIN 1-2 = On board audio disable
JP1 PIN 2-3 = On board audio enable
JP2 = Temperature Sense connector
JP3 PIN 1-2 = Normal
JP3 PIN 2-3 = Clear CMOS
1. Power off the system and unplug the chassis AC power cord.
2. Short JP3 at PIN 2-3 for a few seconds.
3. Set JP3 back to it's normal position at pin 1-2.
4. Plug the AC power cord to the chassis.
5. Power on the system and load the BIOS setup default.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
What seems to be the problem of you jumper settings?
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