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Problem with motherboard

When ever i start my computer it goes directly to bios only after that i can run my computer. it show an error message the motherboard should be made jumper free mode. please help me to solve this problem

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    Chip Loon Ng May 11, 2010

    Hi, please provide us with the motherboard model, so i can assist u....thanks

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When ever I start my computer it directly goes to bios settings and it says *********** board frequency not set properly. I tried with every kind of frequency but it did not work out and also it takes long time to get start.

Mother Board - ASUS P4BGL-MX , I bought this 2004. Please give me the solution.

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