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    Default ga-ep45-ud3r cmos problem

    Hey guys, I'm needing to clear my cmos because my bios got screwed up and I downloaded the manual to find the location of the cmos jumper. Well it turns out that I don't have a cmos jumper on my board but the manual says that I have one right by my southbridge. Help please. Rev 1.0

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3r cmos problem

    CLR_CMOS on my board is at the bottom right hand corner of the board by the front panel connectors. See page 7 of the manual. I assure you that there is a jumper on the board. It is only a two-pin jumper. You must turn off the computer, remove the power plug, press your case start button several times to discharge the capacitors, then place the blade of a screwdriver between the two pins to clear CMOS.

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3r cmos problem

    thanks!

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3r cmos problem

    Yes, you sure do have one. Please read post #2 here for my suggested method of Clearing your CMOS incase you don't get it the way you are planning to do it >>>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/

    And of course, please let us know if you do not find your Clear CMOS pins on your board, I will post you a image of it's location

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