Motherboard

If you want to learn the models and brands of the parts in a computer you have used or will buy, you can do this through a few different methods. In this context, we have prepared a guide explaining how to learn the motherboard model.

How to learn motherboard model?
For the motherboard model learning process, you can examine in detail by installing 3rd party software, or you can access this data without installing any programs by making use of the features offered by the Windows operating system. But we will share all the options.

Learning motherboard model without application
Method 1

Open the Run application by pressing the Windows+R key.
Type cmd in the window that appears and click OK or the Enter key.
Type msinfo32.exe in the black Command System that opens and press Enter.
Click on the System summary on the left in the System Information screen that appears.
Among the data on the right, there will be 2 options: System Manufacturer and System model.
Here you can see the manufacturer brand and model number of the motherboard.
You can find the screenshots in the slide below.

Method 2

Open the Run application by pressing the Windows+R key.
Type cmd in the window that appears and click OK or the Enter key.
Type wmic csproduct get name,identifyingnumber,uuid into the black Command System that opens and press Enter.
Here you will see information such as the model number of the motherboard.

Method 3

Open the Run application by pressing the Windows+R key.
Type regedit in the window that appears and click OK or the Enter key.
You can view the motherboard model as in the screenshot above by following the steps HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Hardware > Description > System > BIOS in the Registry Editor page.
Method 4

Open the Run application by pressing the Windows+R key
Type dxdiag in the window that appears and click OK or the Enter key.
You can view all your System properties via the DirectX Diagnostic Tool page.

Inquiry by installing an application
Download one of the programs to your computer that will allow you to see your system properties such as CPU-Z, Belarc Advisor and System Spec.
After the installation is complete, perform the installation.
You can view your motherboard information by clicking the Maniboard section at the top of the application (CPU-Z).

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