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arrge I cant nail dowm the jumper settings!!!! for the pentium pro 200, help!!!!
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read This http://www.pcguide.c...am/g5P55-c.html
just tell me the model an make of the motherboard and i will find the jumper settings.

Edited by memberix, 08 February 2006 - 07:25 PM.

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psor70714937, is one tag, the other is 181685-01 p8 smt is the other tag, if that helps, Thanks for helping me I appreciate it.
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Have a look at this and tell me if its what you need

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the j1f2 jumpers, is the pin order
1,4 .. 3,4 .. 2,1 ..
2,5 .. 2'5 .. 3,4 ..
3,6 .. 1,6 .. 5,6 ..

or
1,2 .. 5'6 .. 6,5 ..
3'4 .. 4,3 .. 4,3 ..
5,6 .. 1,2 .. 2,1 ..

or vice versa ??? anyone?? from the left looking right on the diagraghm. Thanks
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anyone??
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Set your J1F2C jumpers 1-2, 5-6 and J1F2D 1-2, 4-5. that means on the J1F2C jumper pin 1 & pin 2 should be connected, and pin 5 with pin 6. on the
J1F2D jumpers connect pin 1 with pin 2 and pin 4 with pin 5.
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Set your J1F2C jumpers 1-2, 5-6 and J1F2D 1-2, 4-5. that means on the J1F2C jumper pin 1 & pin 2 should be connected, and pin 5 with pin 6. on the
J1F2D jumpers connect pin 1 with pin 2 and pin 4 with pin 5.



I understand that I just dont know where the #1 pin is I know what and where the group of pins are I just dont know the layout of the pins.
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