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Hiii..I want to know more about my PC's[Intel dual core] motherboard and the ram......Please help me..! Wanna knoe the brand name,version..etc...How can I get the information without opening up the CPU and I dont want to install any programs..! Is there any way?...Please,please help me!

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Thinking you are refering to the computer case as the cpu ,its impossible to find out whats in the box ,unless you open the box or install some software to give you the info ,Houdini Died in the 30's i think .
anyway here is sys info tool that you could use and it doesn't require a install just runs from the desktop.
http://www.gtopala.com/download/siw.exe

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I have an ibm laptop and i don't seem to remember the password.thank u

sorry we cant help with lost passwords on this site against the rules,just google you problem

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my PC's[Intel dual core] motherboard and the ram......Please help me..! Wanna knoe the brand name,version..etc...How can I get the information without opening up the CPU and I dont want to install any programs.

the program linked in my above post doesn't install it runs from the .exe . if your computer is not working you will need to open the box.
also i see you are tagging on to other people post you should start your own post for best help .not everyone reads post that many people are responding to

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Check the BIOS. If you cant, you will need to open the box.

really ,good to know ,didn't know you could find out motherboard and ram brand name and version in the bios ,just check my Dell and it showed noting of the sort,what section should i look in

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Dells use nonstamdard motherboards. They are intel boards that are customised specifically for dell.

But a large number of OEM motherbaords will show thier model and chipset in the BIOS menu.

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How to get the motherboard details...

you don't give any info about your computer ,is windows working ,
if you don't want to use the software in post #3 then search google for tools to use to ,

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