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Can i see the exact name of my motherboard?


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snooplove

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Hi.First of all i want to see the name of my motherboard in order to search it on the internet and find what i can connect with it or not.Please if you can tell me a way or a program tha finds the exact name of my motherboard i would be greatful.
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snooplove

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if it is in a wrong topic move it.I didn't know where to start it.
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Hi!

Well one of the easiest ways is "dxdiag" on Win XP ->start->run->dxdiag on Win Vista and Win 7 ->start->search->dxdiag and look under "System Manufacturer" and "System Model" that's it!
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In system tab in system manyfacturer and system model says n/a but in display tab says only manufacturer and next to it Intel corporation.......
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Install this software Everest Free it should work with this!
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Everest has been a little funky in recognising some boards.
If that does not work, try CPU-Z

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Download SIW from HERE and get the Standalone English version
It will install itself and when finished
Then Click on SIW Icon to run program
On the left side click on the Motherboard directory and then on the right, copy and paste the information in your next reply

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Hello and welcome to geeks to go!

I recommend using PC Wizard. :) Click Here and download PC Wizard.

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i will try the 2 latest replies and i will reply here for the results.
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According to rshaffer61:

Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
Model 099C
Version KBC Version 39.17

North Bridge Intel i915GMS/i910GML Revision 03
South Bridge Intel 82801FBM (ICH6-M) Revision 03

CPU Intel® Pentium® M processor 1.86GHz
Cpu Socket Socket 479 mPGA

System Slots 1 PCMCIA

Memory Summary
Maximum Capacity 2048 MBytes
Memory Slots 2
Error Correction None

Warning! Accuracy of DMI data cannot be guaranteed

Note;This is my laptop's specs.I can't check my "goog" pc because my father has remove a cable from it in order pc not "disturb" me from my school.I just want to tell me how you make it to find my motherboard.
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snooplove

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PC wizard is giving me an error at least in my laptop
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So is it the laptop or the desktop you are trying to find the motherboard info on?
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Actually in desktop but if you could tell me both in laptop and desktop it would be fine.When i say you tell me i mean how you find the exact name of my motherboard
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How about the make and model of both the laptop and the desktop? This will help find the information also.
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i didn't fully understand what you mean in your last reply but i just want to find the brand and the model of my motherboard.
SIW says it is Hewlett-Packard 099C is that my laptop's motherboard?
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