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Thread: Information about jumper-setup on a Motherboard

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2001
    Chapin, SC, USA

    Smile Information about jumper-setup on a Motherboard

    I'm somewhat new to installing motherboards, and a friend of mine is hiring me to help get some computer parts someone gave her setup into a usable PC. She has a nice usable motherboard and processor all ready to go (it even has RAM), and I'd just need to help her buy a case and then install it. It does not, however, have a manual with it... and I'd need to find out the jumper settings in order to install it, from what I know. I've heard tell of websites that hold this sort of information, but I really do not know where they might be. Any help/tips on this would be extremely useful. My deepest thanks.
    -Patrick, an amature computer-guy

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2000


    Find the name of the motherboard and go to Then go to search and type in drivers(username) and all for the password and type in the motherboard name. Then go to the manufacturer home page and they should have a manual for the motherboard you can download.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2000
    The Mountain State


    Well get as much info as you can about the board and head on over to MotherBoard is one of those sites you've heard about, and if you're lucky you may even be able to find a downloadable manual.

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