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How to Find Your Laptop's Brand and Model
Thursday, May 22, 2008
We know that it can be sometimes difficult to find your laptop's model number, or even its brand. If you're not sure what your laptop's model number is, don't try to order its battery just yet. It's more of a hassle to order the wrong battery than to follow these guidelines to uncovering your laptops information.
For starters, your owner's manual should have the brand and model number on the front cover. If you don't have your owner's manual then almost every laptop has a manufacturer's label on the bottom of the computer. This label should have the brand and model number on it.
Most laptop batteries from major manufacturers use standardized part numbers. Here are sample part numbers from the major brands:
COMPAQ: 123456-001, 123456-B21
HEWLETT PACKARD: F1234A
SONY: PCGA-BP12, VGP-BP1
DELL: 312-1234, 1234P
IBM: 02K1234, 08K1234
For Windows 98 - Vista Only
If all else fails, turn on your computer and follow these instructions:
1. Go to your desktop.
2. Click 'Start' on the bottom left of the screen.
3. Mouse over 'Programs' > 'Accessories' > 'System Tools'
4. Click on 'System Information'.
5. Your computer's manufacturer, model, etc. will be listed on the following page.
Most websites have tools to help you find the right
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