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Blown or Poofed CAPS next to processor. PC will not load WinXP...get an IRQ_LESS... Worth replacing CAPS? Or get another MOBO, if so, where? Thanks

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Hi,

Replacing the caps is totally up to you depending on whether you like the motherboard and want to keep it. You can pick up replacement caps for next to nothing and they are fairly easy to solder in.
If you want a new or second hand motherboard then you should be able to pick on up from a reputable computer store, eBay or a repair store.

Regards.

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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