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Old 29th June, 2003, 07:02 PM
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prat, you might find that the easiest way is to do "The wire trick". It worked on my MSI K7N2G-L with an Athlon xp2400+, and this link is to a page that does it on an Asus A7N8X with an Athlon xp2400+.
http://www.asusboards.com/forums/sho...5&pagenumber=1
Just use a really thin piece of wire like one strand out of the 10-12 strands that are twisted in one of the small wires that are used to connect your reset switch or case speaker. It should be short too, only need to have it about 1/4" or 6mm length. Unless you have superman eyes use a magnifier , one more word of advice, either have the picture of the location printed out or on a seperate pc than the board you are working on for reference . Helps to mark the space between the two holes with a fine tip marker.
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