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on my system, the jumper block is located on the second and third pins. Should as just reverse the instructions from earlier?
Also, the battery on my motherboard is standing up, as opposed to laying flat on it.....does this make any difference in your instructions?
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thanks everyone.....my computer is now working. It seemed to have been a problem between the ram and video card. I had to scrap the video card but had abuilt in card.

Thanks again
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Thanks for letting us know.
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