Hello, my motherboard recently has stopped working, so I returned it to warrany, they fixed it, but after a few months the board broke again, but unfortunatly the warranty has ran out, so I'm attempting to fix it myself in the freetime :D So I have found a resistor on the motherboard, that looks like it has been replaced, because there are markings of not cleaned flux near it. I couldnt see the numbers on it because it looks like it has been burn, so I cant identify what Ohm rating the resistor is, because when I attempted to clean it, the black covering went off. I have measured the ohms using a multimeter before I cleaned or even touched it, and it was around 350 Ohms, after cleaning it has increased. Im thinking that the resistor ohm rating should have increased when it burned, so I suppose that the resistor rating should not have been more than 350 Ohms. Most of the resistors I've found on similar places of the board (Near IC power controllers) are either somewhere around 2.2 Ohms (2R2) or 0 Ohms. Should I try using a 2.2 Ohm resistor, or can it destroy the motherboard completly? Or should I try using a higher Ohm rating resistor (Something like 3 Ohms), but I havent found a single resistor on the board higher than 2.8 Ohms.