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Asus P5Q SE diagram

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Hello! I have this Asus P5Q SE motherboard and there is a problem on it which I found but don't know what was soldered when it was new so I need a diagram so I can find the capacitor/resistor and soldered it back on the motherboard. If someone have this board and can take a good picture so I can see what I need or have a diagram/scheme of the board it would be very helpful. The problem is that I cannot put pictures before I get 5 posts so any I cannot find any solution how to show you what I need.
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You cannot describe the location or the markings near that component?
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I tried to write it down exactly where it is but it is to small and to hard to explain. Firstly I didn't know what is with the mobo but looking closely I saw that somebody probably accidentally chipped it off with a screwdriver and scratched I/O controller, somebody told me that how this chip is called, near com port and the first pci slot and near pci express x1 slot. Above that there are 2 small chips/capacitors/resistors/diods :D and one of them is missing.
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Check the upper left corner of this picture:
http://obrazki.elektroda.pl/1134160200_1312905863.jpg

That is how a normal board looks like. I want to make sure you're not hunting ghosts and there is in fact something missing because of damage, not already by design...
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I think there was something there... OK, this is my problem, LAN port doesnt work, usb is slower then usual, 10 mb/s tops, and the most irritating problem is that I cannot turn on the mobo without having it disconnected from the PSU for a half an hour. Than I turn the PSU back on and it spring to life. I just looks like there was something there, it is hard to explain where it is. I will get 5 posts and then put some pictures :D
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Upload to photobucket or imageshack and just post the flat links to the pictures. Don't try to imbed them.
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I have tried that but no luck. Will try now...

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Whoo it works like this :D but you just have to add something :D

But now I can add links to after this post :D
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http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/22/dsc06291t.jpg/

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/835/dsc06292w.jpg/

In one of the pictures it can be seen the name 702 :L, is this the same one beside it I don't know?
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With almost all motherboards there are "options", which may be omitted or added, on some models. This allows a base model to be adapted to choices of features. But the traces and connections would still be there. One has to look closely at the solder pads to determine if an item has been removed or was not installed. If a solder pad appears rough and shaggy, very likely something was removed. But if smooth, likely did not have components originally. On-board video, audio and secondary LAN plus extra USB ports are in this category.
There would be a revision number printed on the board surface. This will narrow down the exact model. The BIOS string also will narrow down the exact model.
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