So, my Shuttle 597V14 had the caps next to the CPU go bad. This caused the resistor between the CPU VRM and IDE#1 socket to burn beyond recognition. If anybody has this board and can examine that resistor and read its value or can clip in a picture of it; I may be able to get this board fixed by my brother in law. He says he needs to know the 3 digit number that will be visible, then it will be a cinch to fix. wiring diagrams even more welcome but not holding breath.
Edit: Printed on the board below the VRM's and to the left of the resistor is "VQ11" and "VQ10". To the right of the resistor "BC41" is printed; which implies this is actually some sort of tiny capacitor. its burnt bad enough to have left smoke stains on the outside of the IDE1 socket.
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