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No. The jumper just resets the BIOS to the default that the motherboard manufacturer installed in it. This is in case you make changes to the BIOS that causes the inability to boot up or access the BIOS. If you want to flash (rewrite) the BIOS, you need to use the procedure that the motherboard manufacturer provided with the firmware update. There is usually a hotkey method as well as a way to perform the upgrade from Windows, but not always.

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