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    Asus p5q deluxe.

    Hi to all, I was working on pc and case slipped and blue jumper has bounced out and I am getting chassis intrusian fatal error. Can anybody tell me which pins the jumper pushes on.
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    ROB

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    Re: Asus p5q deluxe.

    It's usually just called something like the Chassis Intrusion connector. It's probably the signal and ground pins that need shorting but your manual should have details on where the jumper goes. You can download the manual from Asus' website if you don't have the paper copy.

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    Re: Asus p5q deluxe.

    top right of board, next to the floppy connector put it over the 2 pins next to each other.

    and if that doesn't work. hold down Ctrl when booting, then turn off the chassis detector in Bios

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    Re: Asus p5q deluxe.

    Never really understood of what is that function good for. Like really.

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    Re: Asus p5q deluxe.

    Thanks to everybody but somehow after a few days its corrected itself.

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    Re: Asus p5q deluxe.

    no way i used to have this motherboard years ago, good board

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    Re: Asus p5q deluxe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Graywoodford View Post
    no way i used to have this motherboard years ago, good board
    dug one out that I bought 2nd hand on here years ago and shoved it in my HTPC last week

    Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack
    off a horse and helping your uncle jack off a horse.

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