Acording to your system board manual...
when booting press del to access your bios.
Once in the bios, use the arrow keys to move over to the power tab. Then down to hardware monitor. Highlight cpu fan speed and press enter. Change to [ignore].
Hit esc to get back to the main tabs, go over to the exit tab, save changes and exit.
Just remember, this will cause your bios to ignore your cpu fan. ONLY DO THIS IF YOU KNOW FOR SURE THAT YOUR CPU FAN DOES NOT PLUG INTO THE CPU FAN SPOT ON THE SYSTEM BOARD. That being said, I, nor the operators of this forum, nor anyone else anywhere is responsible for any hardware damage that may result from this. If your fan can plug into the system board, as shown here:
Plug it into the correct spot rather than change this setting.
As for setting jumper settings on your hard drive, it depends what model hard drive you have.
All hard drives have a little image showing where the jumpers go.
The jumpers look like this:
The label will look something like this:
You may have to physically remove your hard drive to see the label.