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Reddoug

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Hi All

Looking for some advice on software to scan computers and identify components to be able to find the correct drivers. I tried Aida64 today and it would not give me the name of the motherboard. I am trying to find the correct on board video drivers. The computer I tried it on is a home built so I can not go to manufactures website. Trying to accomplish this with out opening the case.

Thanks, Doug
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http://www.cpuid.com/ That can help id almost all your pc's components. Mobo cpu and gpu. As well as ram.
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Thanks for the quick replay. I will check it out.

Doug
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