Well, unless you have a very special set of requirements, you should always use the Enabled If Primary and Auto settings. Your message doesn't translate very well, but I will guess that you are now stuck. What you need to do is power off the system, open the case and find the BIOS Configuration jumper. Move this jumper from the 1-2 position to the 2-3 position and power on the system. You should then be able to get into BIOS and reset the configuration.
Hope this helps,