How To Know Motherboard Model In Windows 7

Knowing your motherboard model is important if you need to update drivers or troubleshoot hardware issues. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of finding your motherboard model in Windows 7 using two different methods: using Command Prompt and using a third-party application called CPU-Z.

Method 1: Using Command Prompt

Command Prompt is a useful built-in Windows tool that allows you to execute various commands. One of these commands can help you identify your motherboard model. Here’s how:

  1. Click on the Start button and type cmd in the search box. Right-click on the cmd.exe result and choose Run as administrator.
  2. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter:

wmic baseboard get product,Manufacturer,version,serialnumber

The command will return information about your motherboard, including the manufacturer, model, version, and serial number. Note down the information for future reference.

Method 2: Using CPU-Z

CPU-Z is a popular and reliable freeware utility that provides detailed information about your computer’s hardware. Here’s how to use CPU-Z to find your motherboard model:

  1. Download CPU-Z from the official website:
  2. Install and run the application.
  3. Click on the Mainboard tab in the CPU-Z window.
  4. You will see your motherboard’s manufacturer, model, and other details under the Mainboard section. Note down the information for future reference.

Now you know how to find your motherboard model in Windows 7 using both Command Prompt and CPU-Z. If you need to update drivers, troubleshoot hardware issues or just want to learn more about your computer’s hardware, this information will come in handy.