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Capacitor Explosion/Replacement(?) Hi, my computer had a sudden crash. The computer was able to boot up, however, the monitor would not appear. I removed the Video Card (Geforce 7600GT) and noticed one of the capacitors(?): FZ71,1500 6.3V appeared to have cracked open on top. Please Help!

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    Sphynkter May 11, 2010

    Who is the manufacturer of this video card? For example, is this a PNY 7600GT? EVGA 7600GT?

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Try using the integrated display of the motherboard. If you get a display then as you mentioned that one of the the capacitors has overheated and cracked. Just replacing the capacitor does not guarantee repair because of the chain affect some other unots on that circuit might have conked out too........sodeep

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