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Sorry about the delay...should be testing it later today to see what happens

Wish you luck Fanboy.
    
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Wish you luck Fanboy.

Thank you Sydfrey.

Update on the board: took the advice of attempting to boot without the cap. Seems to be working without it.
Thanks to everyone for their input!

I have disabled onboard audio and will just proceed to use a discrete sound card.
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Thank you Sydfrey.

Update on the board: took the advice of attempting to boot without the cap. Seems to be working without it.
Thanks to everyone for their input!

I have disabled onboard audio and will just proceed to use a discrete sound card.

Cool! That's cheaper than buying a new board or soldering the broken piece.
    
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