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Need to identify my server


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The server should have a make and model number on the front or back of the server.

If it was custom-built then you need to open it up and identify the motherboard.

Once you know this you will know what parts and driver software the server uses.

If you need more information please post a new question that explains why you need this information. Not knowing what you are trying to do with the identity puts me at a disadvantage.

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BTW: 0x80070643 is a memory address which won't help identifiy your server.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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Use the command
uname -a it will show you

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