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Well, your best bet is google the burnt up chips serial # and buy it. Or fine a dead mobo with the same chip and transfer it.
EDIT: oops my bad, i was thinking of 2 other boards. The one thats blown in an A8V Deluxe, the other one is the same board but the WIFI version, wich dosnt work.
Still ill give it a crack tommorow.
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You could perhaps contact the Vendor about these kind of parts..However its unlikely you will find help there. Worth a try.
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Hey man...

just wondering, what motherboard did that thing come off of?

I have loads of old mobo's thrown down... who knows....

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