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    cmos connector on p5n-d?

    Well i just bought a cmos clearer switch and cant find a connection for it, anyone know where i would find it on the p5n-d? Cant find mobo manual so its hard .
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    Re: cmos connector on p5n-d?

    Should be the 3 pin jumper just to the left of the S-ATA slots.

    Here's the link to the page to download the manual (P5N-D user’s manual) if you want a picture: http://support.asus.com/download/dow...us&model=P5N-D

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    Re: cmos connector on p5n-d?

    found it, my pc fails to boot now . LOST THE JUMPER!, left it on the case thinking ill put it in a safe place in a minute and i flipped the case forgetting it was on it. Any idea why pc wont boot?
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