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Thread: Can I use DXdiags to find out which MB I have?




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    I have a Dell PIV 1.7 Ghz system.

    I've NEVER updated my BIOS or MB drivers because I don't know the specs for my MB and so I just don't know which ones I need. I've tried many avenues, but I just can't seem to get this information.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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    or you could check the dell site with the type of system you have ;)
    its prolly an Intel mobo
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    Quote Originally Posted by dawizza
    its prolly an Intel mobo
    I'd bet money it is if I had any.
    Anyway, the easiest and quickest way is to just download CPU-Z. It should take less than a minute to download it, run it, and determine what motherboard and chipset you have.

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