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Jumpers please ! hi, i am brasilian and don´t know english much, then i´ll trie show my problem, i lost the manual of motherboard, and need some one to help to jumper this motherboard, hdd led, power led, and others jumpers to do my computer turn on. my motherboard is intel 865 perl, any one help me ? Mauro. thanks a lot. bye

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Thanks, I went this site and find every things that i want. bye and thanks. mauro

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Hi,

I hope this link can help you understand the position of jumpers where to place it.

http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865perl/sb/CS-008962.htm

-mrsolution

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