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How i can identify my motherboard version

I have lost my motherboard cd. Now i am unable to identify the version of motherboard. Then how i can identify my motherboard version

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Dear sir

do the following to know ur motherboard

start> run >
please type DXDIAG >enter >
it will ask YES & NO
please press on YES
automatically one program will start named as DirectXDiagnostic Tool
it will show ur entire system information

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Goto Start>All Programs>accressory>Systemtools>System Information.

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