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hey guys I'm want to fix my motherboard myself and I don't know what is this component and i cant find any datasheet for it, can anyone help me?(English is not my mother language sorry because of wrong grammar)....50642
 
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GBDamo

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The plastic sleave has all the information on it to source a replacement.

Oh and best not sticking your wet digits into electrical componemts unless you are very well insured.
 

Lucien Nunes

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It is the oscillator crystal for the real-time clock. You can get them easily e.g. on eBay or out of an old watch. Be aware that the crystal itself might not be the problem though, the associated capacitors or RTC itself might be faulty.
 
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It is the oscillator crystal for the real-time clock. You can get them easily e.g. on eBay or out of an old watch. Be aware that the crystal itself might not be the problem though, the associated capacitors or RTC itself might be faulty.
thank you,I am very grateful
 

GBDamo

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It is the oscillator crystal for the real-time clock. You can get them easily e.g. on eBay or out of an old watch. Be aware that the crystal itself might not be the problem though, the associated capacitors or RTC itself might be faulty.
Give it a rest smartass, you be telling him its the flux capacitor next, or a dilithium crystal. ;-p
 

Lucien Nunes

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It could be dilithium. Most of them are quartz, but you never know, especially if it's the motherboard out of a warp-drive.
 

static zap

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Each time I touched it ,
" time froze and I traveled back in time to 1981."
... (2nd time travel post in a month !
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Try draining CMOS battery link
( My motherboard was on its last legs ... )
(died within a month .... )
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If you do change the part ,there is a good chance
the PCs time keeping will drift more..
( but most use T-Internet as a source )
 
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