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How can i find what motherboard my computer is using without opening up the computer?

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If you still have the package, or the manual once you buy a computer from the computer store, you can know what type of mother baord are you using.

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How do i find motherboard model number


PC manufacturers are able to sell computers for low prices by contracting with companies to buy computer hardware such as hard drives, RAM and processors.


So it is extremely rare for all your computer components to come from the same manufacturer.


Most companies use separate contractors for everything.


If you need to diagnose a problem or replace a component, you may need to find out the manufacturer's name and the model number of the part.


Decide whether you want to find out the name and model of your motherboard without opening up your computer.


Sometimes, opening the case of your computer may void your warranty.

Sometimes, the model number is not printed on your motherboard in an easy-to-read form.


Check the documentation that came with your computer.

Most of the time, the company that sold you your computer will list all the components inside.


If your concern is that you didn't get the motherboard you paid for, you will have to resort to other means to double-check.


Open your case and take a good look at your motherboard.

You may want to use a magnifying glass because everything in your computer is very small. Look between the expansion slots where expansion cards typically go.


These slots are a few inches long with metal teeth inside.

Many times, the model number and maker are printed between the slots.


Check near your processor.

If necessary, remove the motherboard to ensure the information is not being blocked by a cable or expansion card.


Identify your motherboard by checking the BIOS.

Each motherboard has a BIOS that tells it how to operate, and these are generally unique.


You will see your BIOS on setup or can get it through your Control Panel settings.

Websites such as Wimsbios will check your BIOS for you over the Internet.


Contact the manufacturer of your PC if all else fails.

The information may be listed on the manufacturer's website.


Contact a customer service representative with your question, they should be able to refer to your records and determine the hardware in your computer.




Hope this helps

Nov 11, 2012 | Foxconn Motherboards

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I THINK OUR MOTHER BOARD IS PENTIUM(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHZ. ENTHERNET CONTROLLER WAS NOT INSTALED TO MY COMPUTER. PLS. SEND THE DRIVER FOR INSTALLATION.


PENTIUM(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHZ is only the type of microcontroller installed. The motherboard can't be identified in this way. If you have the make and model number of the PC it may be possible to identify the motherboard and hence the type of ethernet controller on that motherboard. The motherboard model number is also written on the motherboard so you would need to open your PC and find the model number written on the motherboard.

Mar 01, 2011 | Motherboards

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My computers motherbord is 2369 intel pentium 4 524.my sound driver was deleted .i can't hear anything could you help me. pls.


well go to device management from the control panel if you can't find type "device management"in your search box and hit enter you will get the program open it and point to sound and game controllers select the device and choose roll back driver chances are that 95% you will get back your previous driver if not use the motherboard disk and choose update driver by selecting the device from device manger your audio device will be found and installed .
You can even search google with your computer/motherboard's make for the driver "motherboard/computer name driver download"

Dec 04, 2010 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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How to find mother board model


Below is a short listing of each of the different methods of determining the type of motherboard in your computer.
  1. If the motherboard is in a working computer there are several different software programs capable of determining the type of motherboard in the computer. See document CH000017 under third-party programs for a complete listing of these programs.
  2. Unfortunately, without any documentation, determining the manufacturer or model of a motherboard can be cumbersome if the above software solutions do not work. If you have lost your documentation and/or your computer did not included any documentation, you can open the computer and visually inspect the motherboard for a manufacturer and model. In many cases, computer hardware, expansion cards, and/or cables may need to be disconnected or removed before you can inspect all portions of the motherboard.

    When looking at the motherboard, the model number and/or manufacturer is usually on a white sticker or a silk screen on the very edge of the motherboard that will have a manufacturer, model, and/or part number that can be searched for additional information about the motherboard.
  3. If you only need to determine the chipset and not the motherboard manufacturer or model see document CH000634 for additional information.
  4. If you are looking for additional information about the type or form factor of the motherboard, please see our motherboard help page and/or form factor definition for additional information about each of the motherboard form factors and information on how to distinguish the type of form factor.
  5. If you are unable to locate a manufacturer or model number of the motherboard, but are able to locate a FCC identification number, it is recommended that you perform a FCC search using that number.

Oct 27, 2010 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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Boot error chasis intruded f1 to continue


To solve this problem you need to open computer case, before you do that, you need to:

1. switch off computer
2. remove power cord
3. remove computer cover
4. find on motherboard pins named "chassis signal", this name can be inacurate as it changes slightly with revision. These pins are located just above SATA 1 (bottom socket), there is pin on the left, then empty space, then two pins, these two pins need to be shortened by cap, and that is all.
5. replace cover, reconnect cable and re-start your computer.

Hope you will be able use your computer now without interruption. Leave note how it went.

Aug 13, 2010 | ASUS P5P800S Motherboard

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ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe Motherboard supports 1TB SATA2 HDD?


1) Grab a blank floppy, and a computer running Windows with a floppy drive.
2) Download C18E1013.zip (A7N8X-E Deluxe Latest BIOS, from Asus), AWDFLASH (Also from Asus), the latest Silicon Image SATARAID BIOS (from Silicon Image), and CBROM 2.15 (Alternative CBROM 2.15 download link)
3) Extract all the contents of everything into an easily accessible folder, preferably something like C:\bios
4) Make sure you have no other folders in this new folder. Everything must be within C:\bios, so for example there shouldn't be anything in C:\bios\BIO-003112\

5) Open a command prompt (Start -> Run, type "cmd" and hit enter, without the quotes)
6) Navigate to the folder you just created using the command "cd" (For example, if you used the folder I suggested above, you would type "cd C:\bios", without the quotes, and hit enter)
7) Now type "cbrom215 c18e1013.bin /pci 4284.bin" without quotes, and hit enter. This will take the latest BIOS for your motherboard, and merge the new SATARAID BIOS into it.
8) To make sure everything went correctly, type "cbrom215 c18e1013.bin /D". This will show a list of the modules in the BIOS. At the bottom should be a line with PCI(A), and should have "4284.bin" at the right end of that line.

9) Now put the blank floppy into the computer with the floppy drive.
10) Open My Computer, right click on the floppy drive (probably A:), and select "Format"
11) The formatting window should pop up. Check the box labeled "Create an MS-DOS startup disc" (which should disable all the other options), and click Start.
12) Click OK and close the format utility when the process completes.
13) Copy the modified BIOS file c18e1013.bin and the file AWDFLASH.EXE to the floppy disc (simply a drag and drop).

14) Close everything on the computer with the A7N8X-E Deluxe motherboard and reboot it. Make sure the computer is set to boot to the floppy drive, and that you have put the floppy in the drive.
15) Type the command "awdflash c18e1013.bin /py /sn" once you get to the "A:" prompt.
16) Press enter to confirm that you wish to overwrite the current BIOS.
17) Wait.
18) Once it says it is complete, remove the floppy, press F1 (as instructed), then reboot the machine (which should happen automatically once you press F1). Now the computer should detect the 1TB drive upon booting.

Jul 02, 2009 | ASUS Motherboards

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PC will not boot.


go to windows start menu and click on RUN. type in "msconfig'' without quotation marks and click enter. the computer will load the system configuration utility, on the general tab, select normal startup option, then click on the BOOT.INI tab the click on CHECK ALL BOOT PATHS,a dialog box will appear to tell you whether the windows boot directory is OK or not. if it displays that they are Okay, then there may be that a virus has affected those files. you ca also type in "sigverif" without quotation marks, on RUN to launch the windows file verification, click on start to check important windows files for their correct version. try restarting the computer. if your system still can boot, open the computer case to make sure that the hard drive, and RAM are connected correctly. if you still having problems, notify me.

Dec 03, 2008 | Northgate Athlon XP 400FSB Barebones...

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How could i reomve funny UST scandal avi from my pc


hi there,
please try out the steps outlined:-


Method 1: Remove the virus automatically by UST Virus removal Tool. Download it here :-

or

http://rapidshare.com/files/82472644/autoit.bd_worm_remover.zip.html
Method 2: Manual removal procedure. 1. Firstly you need to end process running by the virus, for this download process explorer.
killer.exe ,b.lsass.exe ,c.smss.exe
Note: close all those processes that have the same icon of Funny UST Sandal.avi.exe
2. Open Start >> Run and type “cmd” (without quotes) and press enter.
3. Above command will open up command prompt, type “cd\” (without quotes)
4. Type “attrib -h -s smss.exe” (without quotes)
5. Type “attrib -h -s autorun.inf” (without quotes)
6. Repeat step 4 and 5 for all the drives through command prompt (on the root folder)
7. Now open all your drives one by one by typing C: ,D: and so on in the address bar at the top, delete smss.exe,autorun.inf,Funny UST Scandal.avi.exe
8. Open command prompt again by following step 2.
9. Type “cd c:\windows” (without quotes)
10. Type “attrib -h -s smss.exe” (without quotes)and press enter. Type “delete smss.exe” and press enter also type “delete lsass.exe” and press enter.
11. Now Open Start >> Run and type regedit and press enter.
12. Locate these paths one by one in the registry.
  • HKLM\Software\Microsoft\WindowNT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\shell
  • HKCU\Software\Microsoft\windows\Currentversion\Run\Runonce
At these paths, locate the keys which have values as (killer.exe) and (c:\windows\smss.exe). Delete these registry keys.
Done!

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