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I have got a ibm computer and it has a ibm motherboard from my fathers store room now i don't know the model number of the mother board. please help me find the model numbers of the mother board without opening the cpu.the pc is running perfectly but i need to download some drivers for which i need the model number of the mother board

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Download a copy of Everest (www.lavalys.sys) run it, this will tell you the motherboard number and type

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