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I have that board for few years ago. She died suddenly and there was not a way to revive.

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That 70ll02h I found it in a box by chance, looking for a replacement mobo for someone. Thanks to the knowledge gained here on the forum, I immediately found the cause: VRM Q4 was dead.

I noticed that the two areas in figure remained united after vrm desolder. Is there a risk if the two zones are united? I tried to clean the area, but my soldering iron is pretty skinny.


I would have tried anyway, but I thought to ask before doing fireworks before Christmas There could not be a big loss: Bravo, young man, you’re shrewd. Eventually it was logical that, but for now I have not bothered, because I do not have the component to replace. Anyway have you spared me for an extra work Thanks.

I really don’t know Maybe your problem is related to the VRM controller, remove the mosfet and test it out of circuit. Must verify the pinout voltages after power on?

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I said already about the test of the both vrm: Q3 and Q4 out of the circuit and after solder That seem to be the VRM controller, what a crappy board! BTW, in your photo 70o02h are 2 black caps near the northbigde that looks bloated, check them.

I used the last two pictures from internet because have better resolution, so the capacitors are ok.

I’ll check in the next weekend. And I cannot find datasheet. This is all i can find. The solution seems to be too complex – osciloscope needing?!: Originally Posted by alindumitru