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@jason11 to determine what is going on, you will need a schematic at least and a board layout at best. To test the capacitors, you would need to know what exact function they have and what part of the circuitry those belong to. Also, check capacitors with a capacitance meter or an ESR meter to rule those out as faulty. Let us know the exact model of your motherboard and we can try to locate something that might help you.
=== Update (11/07/2019) ===
-Okay so your board is a COMPAL VIUU4 NM-A121 and these should help [document|6052][document|6051][document|6050][document|6049]
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-No worries about the file names. They are the schematics. I also have the boardview somewhere in my mess. Let me know when you downloaded the schematic so I can edit this.
+Okay so your board is a COMPAL VIUU4 NM-A121 and these should help [document|6055][document|6056][document|6054][document|6053]
=== Update (11/09/2019) ===
@jason11 since you do have the schematic now here is the boardview of the area for those components you originally outlined.
[image|1914353]

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@jason11 to determine what is going on, you will need a schematic at least and a board layout at best. To test the capacitors, you would need to know what exact function they have and what part of the circuitry those belong to. Also, check capacitors with a capacitance meter or an ESR meter to rule those out as faulty. Let us know the exact model of your motherboard and we can try to locate something that might help you.
=== Update (11/07/2019) ===
Okay so your board is a COMPAL VIUU4 NM-A121 and these should help [document|6052][document|6051][document|6050][document|6049]
No worries about the file names. They are the schematics. I also have the boardview somewhere in my mess. Let me know when you downloaded the schematic so I can edit this.
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+=== Update (11/09/2019) ===
+@jason11 since you do have the schematic now here is the boardview of the area for those components you originally outlined.
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+[image|1914353]

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@jason11 to determine what is going on, you will need a schematic at least and a board layout at best. To test the capacitors, you would need to know what exact function they have and what part of the circuitry those belong to. Also, check capacitors with a capacitance meter or an ESR meter to rule those out as faulty. Let us know the exact model of your motherboard and we can try to locate something that might help you.
=== Update (11/07/2019) ===
Okay so your board is a COMPAL VIUU4 NM-A121 and these should help [document|6052][document|6051][document|6050][document|6049]
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+No worries about the file names. They are the schematics. I also have the boardview somewhere in my mess. Let me know when you downloaded the schematic so I can edit this.

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@jason11 to determine what is going on, you will need a schematic at least and a board layout at best. To test the capacitors, you would need to know what exact function they have and what part of the circuitry those belong to. Also, check capacitors with a capacitance meter or an ESR meter to rule those out as faulty. Let us know the exact model of your motherboard and we can try to locate something that might help you.
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+=== Update (11/07/2019) ===
+Okay so your board is a COMPAL VIUU4 NM-A121 and these should help [document|6052][document|6051][document|6050][document|6049]

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@jason11 to determine what is going on, you will need a schematic at least and a board layout at best. To test the capacitors, you would need to know what exact function they have and what part of the circuitry those belong to. Also, check capacitors with a capacitance meter or an ESR meter to rule those out as faulty. Let us know the exact model of your motherboard and we can try to locate something that might help you.

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