Hi lucas.leal, perhaps you will be able to access the BIOS by moving the jumper to pins 2-3.
It may also help removing power and CMOS battery for 20-30 minutes.
Otherwise, can you provide more information about the amount of beeps?
I already tried moving jumper to pins 2 - 3 and the same problem appears. The only way I can see any video on the screen (and it is the BIOS screen on wich I can't press F2 or F7 or F10) is when I remove the jumper. Then after that 4 option menu, any option I take leads to the same problem: no video again.
I just noticed that it may have nothing to do with the BIOS anymore: according to the beep code of my motherboard, this is a problem with the video.
I can hear 2 long beeps with an interval of 1 sec and then a pause of 2.5 secs. This is repeated once and then my computer boots normally with no video. It happens exactly like described here (Desktop Boards — BIOS beep codes).
I already tried powering up my computer with the off board card removed but the same problem appears. Is it possible that my PROCESSOR is damaged?
It is possible but I consider it is a rare behavior to get video for a brief moment and then two beeps, even with the graphics card connected.
At this time only swapping parts will indicate the part affected.