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Turn off computer and reinstall jumber to normal mode

When i start my computer it opens up with the BIOS setup page and when i exit from BIOS, it gives the message "Turn off computer and reinstall jumber to normal mode".

Any one have solution, please let me know.
Thanks.

Motherboard: Intel DQ57TM

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Clarification Request
This sounds like it said "JUMPER"

This is a common error message under two conditions.

1. The CMOS Clear Jumper is in the Clear position.
2. The CMOS Battery needs replacement,

The manuals are https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000023737/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards.html

See figure 20 at https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/boardsandkits/desktop-boards/H57_Q57/DQ57TM/DQ57TML_QuickRef01.pdf

The battery is good for years but you didn't tell how old. From that PDF it looks to be the same under a dollar CR2032 used widely.

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Need more help

I asked my brother who's a bit experienced with tech and he told me to change the position of the jumper. I did but it only made the matter worse. Now my computer isn't even starting up.

I bought a used motherboard because sadly, I don't have enough money to buy a brand new one so I don't know how old the battery is.

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This is odd to read.

You don't have money to buy a new motherboard but didn't put in what we pay under a dollar for? The CR2032 is a cheap part and I'm confused why you would buy some used motherboard which could have another old dying CR2032 and get to repeat the same issues.

As to the Jumper. Use the manual to set it to an operating condition. But here's where a lot of today's owners just can't proceed. This CMOS reset that the jumper does means the owner has to get into the BIOS screens and change it to make the PC work if the defaults don't work.

I can't know those settings. It's like asking me to put the mirrors and seats to your settings in a car. And I never drove your car. These are your settings. Sometimes folk never saw them as someone else set it up.

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some motherboards have ONLY shorting pins now

He may need to not have any jumper on the pins. We need to know if the CMOS jumper area is 3 pins or only 2 pins.

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This is why I supplied links to the manual

So they could set it up as they wish. But it appears that the motherboard is less than a CR2032 battery or the budget is so tight that they can't afford the battery and a board so they bought the board.

I'm a little confused too why they did all this.

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