What Motherboard Do I Have? | Who Made My Motherboard? Video

DISCLAIMER: This May Not Work For Everybody

Here is a simple way to to find out what type of motherboard you have installed in your computer system. This tutorial assumes that you’re using a Windows Operating System, such as Windows 7 or Windows Vista or Windows XP… Visit: http://www.johnzpchut.com for more computer training tutorials…

Note: There are instances where a person may just get “System Manufacturer” and “System Product Name” when using the DxDiag Command. This usually occurs on a machine that I have custom built.

You might want to download and try running CPU-Z (CPUID). Here is the link: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

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