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2 components knocked off

What a klutz, I destroyed 2 components on my mother board, they measure out to be capacitors (because of the charge and discharge charactoristics) not positive what the values could be stamped on top are these: 10 16S. A75 there are only 2 of these on the board, could you possibly help in identifying them or directing me to a schematic? They are in the corner by the PCI slots. Thanks Tom

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Sounds like power di'os are shot, prombally better get a new mother board

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