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Intel D845Wn Motherboard

The motherboard has capacitors around the CPU that have blown. Do you repair these boards? Are these boards still available for purchase if unrepairable?

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    It would be great to upgrade the motherboard to something with a new processor, but this machine is actually a digital video recorder and it will only run the recovery and accept licensing with this specific motherboard.

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Possible on first question but debatable to do it as something else could have caused them to blow
check the web for similar boards but I would not get similar I would get the latest one I could afford with CPU and change all drives and card over to it then you have a more up to date computer for minimum cost

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