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(Quote) . . . send it to the following address: ATTN: Media Department 12034 Miramar Pkwy Miramar, FL 33025 Please make sure to include your name, previous ID #, a phone number to contact you with the status of the JP5 and a mailing address to return the unlocked JP5. Once the JP5 is unlocked, you can then connect it to a computer to upload your media downloads as well as add new media to the device. Please let us know if you have any questions. (End quote)
Go to the web site of what ever PC you have ( Dell, HP or what ever the PC is ). At the web site you should find section that says drivers and support, or something like that. It will have you select your make and model. You should find the correct drivers there.
Bios settings are retained by the Motherboard Battery in the CMOS.
Disconnecting the battery clears CMOS and returns the settings to their
original state. Typically this can be done by simply removing the CMOS
battery and waiting about 15 seconds before reinserting and booting PC.
Nowadays most Motherboard manufacturers supply a jumper to not only
disconnect the battery but also ground the CMOS to effectively drain
any residual power.
The instructions for your MB are found below. JP5
is located to the left of the battery and next to the PCI 2 slot on
your MB. There is a Manual for your MB on this site and the MB layout
can be found at
JP1 PIN 1-2 = On board audio disable JP1 PIN 2-3 = On board audio enable
JP2 = Temperature Sense connector
JP3 PIN 1-2 = Normal JP3 PIN 2-3 = Clear CMOS
1. Power off the system and unplug the chassis AC power cord. 2. Short JP3 at PIN 2-3 for a few seconds. 3. Set JP3 back to it's normal position at pin 1-2. 4. Plug the AC power cord to the chassis. 5. Power on the system and load the BIOS setup default.