Get the name of my motherboard [Solved/Closed]

cyrine - Apr 2, 2009 at 08:48 PM - Latest reply:  chaitu
- Jan 8, 2013 at 10:36 AM
Hello,
I am a begginers here,i have a problem I know its not as big as you have,but for me its very conflict.First I format my personal computer, then I install all the application except the sound,.i search and I read that they need a driver for the sound..now they have procedure to install the free drivers in net,but the big problem for me is I don't know what mother board I have used,then second is I do not have background how to do.

I hope you can teach me or help me,i really need sound for my pc.
More power to you and your company....God bless
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jmp59 29349 Posts Tuesday June 8, 2004Registration dateContributorStatus November 25, 2015 Last seen - Apr 3, 2009 at 07:36 AM
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Hello,

First try :
Start/Run, dxdiag

U'll find System Manufacturer and System Model

If it doesn't match I'llexplain u how to use Everest.

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thanks brother I get it many many thanks to you
what is my motherboard name
thnk u dude.......................
Spork Schivago - Sep 19, 2009 at 04:34 PM
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msinfo32 might have the info. Click on Start, go to Run, type msinfo32 and hit enter.

Spork
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download and install ( Speccy ) its well help you for that its free software

http://www.piriform.com/speccy
Highway72 236 Posts Thursday April 2, 2009Registration date July 16, 2009 Last seen - Apr 3, 2009 at 05:10 PM
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When the PC first loads "Posts" it shows a string code and displays all the pc Specs....unless you have a picture at that point, in which case theres usually a option to select that shows the screen when pressed.