How to Find Motherboard Serial Number – Windows 10
Windows 10 is the latest version of the Windows operating system. Apart from the eye-catching looks and features, there are many changes occurred in operating this OS which is altogether different from the previous version of the Microsoft Windows Operating System.
It is a good practice to have information on the details of your personal computer including its specs and model numbers. To search the Motherboard serial number of your PC in Windows 10, follow the steps below.
In Windows 10, the Motherboard serial number can be easily found with the use of Command Prompt. To proceed further, click on the Start button and write CMD (not case sensitive) in a search bar to open Command Prompt.
Command Prompt window will open in front of you. There will be your PC name displaying in the second line after user.
A white under-score will be blinking continuously. This is the place where you have to write the command to view your Motherboard Model Number.
Start typing this command in the Command Prompt
wmic baseboard get product,Manufacturer,version,serialnumber
NOTE: The command is case and space sensitive. You are supposed to write the command carefully in order to evade any error in the execution of this command.
Press Enter, the command will execute, and a result will be displayed in the next line having Manufacturer Name, Product Code, Serial Number (Motherboard Number) and the version of your system respectively.
In some systems, there will be a blank space on the place of serial number or a To be filled by OEM alert. OEM is the Original Equipment Manufacturer; this alert occurs because you are trying to install OEM on the other machine or your computer is unable to recognize the motherboard serial number.
In some rare cases, this alert appears because the novel manufacturer of your system did not fill all the required details of the hardware.