Question about HP (5185-6477) Motherboard
Try downloading either of the following two FREE utility programs. They both tell you many specifics about your entire system, and are free indefinitely. I like 'Belarc' better, because it seems to provide more info. It gives you this info in a web page format, so many items you can click on and go to their website (as in devices, Windows Updates, etc.). The 2nd one is made by the same people who make CCleaner, 'Piriform'--it's called 'Speccy'--it runs MUCH quicker, but not as much info is given. Download both, if you want--but I think Belarc will help you with your mobo model #. Usually this particular info is given in the upper-right hand side of the page on Belarc.
>>CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE DOWNLOAD PAGE FOR BELARC<<
>>CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE DOWNLOAD PAGE FOR SPECCY<<
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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