How to find out the motherboard model on a Windows computer
How to find out the motherboard model on a Windows computer – In PC, the motherboard is attached to the side of the case via small screws. The motherboard has ports for connecting all internal components, a socket for the CPU and one or more card slots for video cards, sound cards and several other expansion cards. As the main foundation, knowing the computer motherboard model is important.
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Many computer owners tend to ignore the model of the motherboard, especially if every time there is a problem, it is completely left to the computer technician. But if you like the challenge of trying to fix it yourself, one thing you need to know is the motherboard model. Why is it necessary to know the motherboard model? There are many reasons why it is necessary to know the model of the computer motherboard.
Some of the reasons include updating the BIOS, updating hardware drivers related to the motherboard, replacing the casing that matches the shape of the motherboard, buying new computer components that are compatible with the motherboard and so on. Of course, you can open the case and find the model printed on a specific part of the motherboard. However, there is an easier way.
Some people are lazy to open cases, especially laptops and some try to avoid the hardware maze. If you are a Windows user, Windows provides several tools to find out the motherboard model. Here’s how to find out your computer’s motherboard model:
1. Through System Information.
Use the Win+R keyboard key combination to launch the Run dialog box, type msinfo32 (1) and then click the OK button (2) or press the Enter keyboard key.
The System Information window is displayed. There’s a fair amount of information here, but what you need to look at are those labeled System Manufacturer and System Model.
2. Via the Command Line.
Open or run Command Prompt first. There are several ways to open or run the Command Prompt and the easiest way is through the Run dialog box. Press the Win+R keyboard key combination to launch the Run dialog box, type “cmd” (1) and then click the OK button (2) or press the Enter keyboard key.
In the Command Line or Command Prompt window that appears, type systeminfo and then press Enter.
From the command execution results that are displayed, look for the System Manufacturer and System Model labels.
That’s how to find out the type of motherboard through the computer system