Get the name of my motherboard

cyrine - Apr 2, 2009 at 08:48 PM
 chaitu - Jan 8, 2013 at 10:36 AM
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 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

4 responses

jmp59 Posts 29296 Registration date Tuesday June 8, 2004 Status Contributor Last seen November 25, 2015 257
Apr 3, 2009 at 07:36 AM

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.
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
msinfo32 might have the info. Click on Start, go to Run, type msinfo32 and hit enter.

download and install ( Speccy ) its well help you for that its free software
Highway72 Posts 233 Registration date Thursday April 2, 2009 Status Member Last seen July 16, 2009 11
Apr 3, 2009 at 05:10 PM
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.