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Motherboard ASRock came back to life
The Motherboard of this story is an ASRock KBNF4G-SATA2 and was brought to me from a co-worker; he came very desperate because it was out of order: no video out.
Let’s have a look first, I told him.
When it was checked on, guess what?
Five bulged e-caps were seen
The five bulged e-caps were de-soldered from the circuit: 3300µF/6.3v.
They were substituted for similar, and when the Motherboard was turned on, look at the result below:
As you can see the Motherboard was saved from the dump. Mission accomplished.
This article was prepared for you by Humberto Rodriguez, one of our ‘Master Authors’ from Cuba.
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