or you could simply power down the system...flip the switch on the back of the PSU to OFF ....put the jumpers from 1&2 to 2&3...flip the PSU on...then back off....put the jumpers where they were...fip PSU back on and startup the system..
Actually lev...I had something similar happen because the dude back when I knew nothing of computers who switched out my mobo...put thermal compound...a glob of it..on the CPU Core and reseated my stock heatsink which had a thermalpad...it got all over the connectors and would just decide to not boot up and clearing the CMOS allowed it too..just like my computer who's battery couldn't stay in I had to clear the CMOS every single time if I wanted to even turn the thing on.
where are the jumper caps on the motherboard ?
Ok this is why you don't buy a motherboard unless you know what you are doing or atleast plan on reading quite a bit in order to fully understand how it works. EVERY QUESTION you have asked thus far man can simply be answered by looking in your manual....I suggest you try that