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Asking about components in ECS 848P-A v 1.0

Did anyone know the part code and may be the function for :
-a mosfet with a 2 legs near the cmos batery and SouthBridge, and side by side with ELCO?
-a part with 5 legs, position is up (my english is bad) from the AGP slot and left side of the NorthBridge Chip?
-6 mosfet on the left side of the CPU socket?
I will appreciate your help...although if you are new for this thing..
my mobo has become a canibal victim to revive others' mobo, but someone forgot to write notes about the original part that taken from the place.
one more thing..
how is the sequence of a booting process?
Swich on> activate logic ic>logic ok>give power to cpu>cpu send power ok to ???>cpu try to find BIOS in the end of the memory address (where?)>linked by memory to the real bios is>execute bios>bios execute POST>test device..cpu..ram..vga..fdd..hdd...>boot ?
is that right or wrong and complete or incomplete in details???
i want to learn more...

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  • udinho Jun 18, 2008

    thanks, bro

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Cant you find image at ecs website of motherboard ??
enlarge image for possible ID of part ??
--Try doing a "DOGPILE" search with just the numbers found on the chips you inquire about ..i learned alot just from searching parts and even FCC #'s when i first started .. all via dogpile ! exellent results everytime ! ..
you have knowledge of what the board is and made by who --- so you are in good shape there -

May i suggest getting or at least browsing thru at local retailer or library or online or friend ? ..
this book -- which i cant seem to find at the moment .. arg
but called something like

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Edition # 16 now i think .. Scott Muller .. new book every September indicated by edition # -
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