|08 May 2011||#8|
Try entering the BIOS, select to load BIOS defaults, save, exit. Perhaps clear the BIOS with the jumper setting and make sure to change the jumper back like James said. The only other thing I can think of is reflashing the BIOS. Check to see if a newer revision exists. If not reflash with same BIOS if it will allow it.
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