NONONONO!!! Thats not how those jumpers work! There are threee pins, and the jumper is jumping two of them, say pins 1 and 2. You move it over so it is jumping pins 2 and 3, start up the computer. It will tell you that CMOS has been reset, please shutdown computer and reposition jumper... Or something to that effect. It does the same thing as yanking the battery.
I would say to contact technical support. Maybe there is a known issue with those processors, or maybe it simply wont support those processors for one reason or another. Have you tried a BIOS flash? Maybe for some odd reason your BIOS is too new and you will have to flash it with an older version. That happens, not often, but it happens.