Motherboard identification If you do not have any product documentation, the next best method of determining the chipset the motherboard has is to. As you have quite rightly already found out not all apps work for all M'Boards and Windows itself is very Dumb. For example, if you want to get the dimensions of your computer monitor you can type wmic desktopmonitor get screenheight, screenwidth There are way for me to list here but I just wanted you to get a feel for what you can do with this nimble command so you can pull it out whenever you need it. Everest is my program of choice for such times. There you can find a lot of information about the chipset, of memory slots, max memory support as well as type of modules. Pop quiz: how do you figure out your motherboard manufacturer without opening your computer? So you better not open the case and check the chipset information from a hardwared diagnostic utility.
I attached the snapshot of my Disk. M because of outdated drivers. I hope you finally got an answer to your question, i. Now i dont know which board has he used and i want to nail that dealer. The computer motherboard is one of the core components of the system. General Discussion I just read this! Looking for What motherboard do I have Windows 10? There is no need to open the entire case and remove the motherboard out to check its model number. Instead it used another space that I allotted for different purpose.
You can use this tool to fetch the motherboard model number quickly. Once done, open the app, and it will show you all the details about your system motherboard model number. We have listed out steps on run DxDiag. All I did was click on computer - C Drive and it was sitting. It can not in most cases define what Hardware it is running on so at the very least you would need some form of third party software. Identied parts as being different from what I knew them to be.
. Thanks for all the help!!! Alternately, in Windows 7, you can open an elevated command prompt by clicking the Windows orb in the lower left corner of the screen and typing: cmd Then just press Ctrl + Shift + Enter Alright, once you have that going, throw in the following command: wmic baseboard get product, Manufacturer, version, serialnumber Here you can see my baseboard motherboard manufacturer is Lenovo and we have both the product and serial numbers too. This is the bad part,. Its now called Everest and is a bit better. The tool we are talking about here is Speccy.
Here is what you need to do: 1. This program is compatible with almost all versions of Windows starting from Windows 98. For Windows 8 Go to Start and type dxdiag and press the enter. This app displays not only the model number of the motherboard but also other important details like chipset, voltage settings, etc. You can get here sites. Using Third Party Apps There are lots of third party application available on the web that you can use to find out the answer to the question, i. You will see Like below screenshot Step 2 The command prompt window will be open and now type Systeminfo and press enter.
In the command terminal type and hit enter. A listing of motherboard manufacturers is available on our page. You can download any one of your selection and install it on your system. Good luck, one of them should give you all the info needed, and a lot more besides. I have took a snip and attached it this message. The magic behind the command starts with that wmic thingy. You can also find out the model number of your motherboard through the system information.
Using System Information utility It is another method which you can employ to check computer motherboard model number. There's a performance node that will anylize your system then make suggestions for improvement. You can find the manufacturer name and model of the motherboard right opposite the labels saying System Manufacturer and System Model. It offers the world's most accurate system information and diagnostics capabilities, including memory benchmarks, hardware monitoring, and low-level hardware information. To know your motherboard model, you need to look into System Manufacturer and System Model labels. Manual The manual is always going to be the quickest and easiest way to determine what chipset your motherboard uses. When System information desktop app appears in the search result, Click to open it.
On running DxDiag it displays the window showing the details of the motherboard. It downloaded as a zip file, do I need to put the files into a different folder as I extract them? Grysmoke It is usually printed on the motherboard itself, including the revision as well as the manufacturer. For that: Type Msinfo32 in taskbar search bar. D's or download search Google for the site though I don't personally like it as, in the past, it told lies. There are numerous free apps for download that can help you get the info about the motherboard model easily. Does that tell me what my 'chip set' is? Normally it's off the shelf units. It consists of the central processor, chipset, memory controllers, interface connectors, etc.