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Old 12-10-2009, 11:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to know the components on Motherboard?

Hi there.

I know i can use CPU-Z or some other Third party softwares to know about my hardware, but what if i have just installed the windows and drivers are not installed, how can i get to know about the make of my hardware components, onBoard or offBoard?
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Belarc Advisor will give you that information.

You can also use something like Device Doctor to find and download your drivers.
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thanks for the reply. i Know these 3rd Party softwares, there are some other like Device Detector, Unknown Device Identifier.

I wanna know how to find these by looking up onto the board, is it written somewhere on the Motherboard?
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No. Other than these 3rd party programs your best bet is to look up the specs either on the manufacturer's site or some place like NewEgg.
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