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Need the diagrams for the jumpers for power button usb ect.

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xps 630i motherboard layout

1 - unused fan connector
2 - power button (POWER_BTN)
3- front LED
4 - front panel USB connector (FP_USB)
5 - floppy drive (DSKT)
6 - master I/O board USB connector (MIO_USB)
7 - front panel IEEE connector (FP_1394)
8 - reset button (RESET_BUTTON)
9 - RTC reset jumper (CLEAR_ CMOS)
10 - password jumper (CLEAR_PASSWORD)
11 - internal S/PDIF connector (internal SPDIF)
12 - front panel audio (FP_AUDIO)
13 - PCI card slot (SLOT5 and SLOT6)
14 - PCI-Express x16 card slot (SECONDARY GFX SLOT4)
15 - PCI-Express x8 card slot (SLOT3)
16 - PCI-Express x1 card slot (SLOT2)

NOTE: This slot is not available in the dual-graphics configuration
17 - PCI-Express x16 card slot (PRIMARY_GFX_SLOT1)
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20 - processor fan connector (FAN_CPU)
21 - black memory module connectors (DIMM2 and DIMM 3)
22 - white memory module connectors (DIMM0 and DIMM1)
23 - main power connector (POWER)
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You can go to the motherboard manufacture's WEB site to download a diagram of your model motherboard and it will show all the locations of the connecting pins.

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Did he have a password before, and just forgot it, or did this just happen on it's own?

There is a small battery inside the laptop which provides the tiny amount of power required to store all of the BIOS/CMOS settings (including the password), even if your laptop is completely disconnected from power.

There's really no way to recover these passwords, so you have to reset the CMOS/BIOS:

1. Disconnect the laptop from all power and batteries.
2. Find and remove the CMOS battery (usually a small button battery) inside the laptop.
3. Leave it alone for a day.
4. Replace the CMOS battery with a new one.

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