your motherboard version should be listed on the post screen when you boot your computer. Either that or you can download AIDA32EE. Just do a google search for it. It will tell you anything there is to know about your computer. and even somethings you didnt know existed.
Sorry my mistake i meant to say ... How can i tell which version my Motherboard chipset is and the Bios as well ... No when i boot up my computer it doesn't show what the version is ... I ask ASUS why this is they say its because of my monitor is a older type and that my motherboard is to quick for my monitor to show ... Does that sound strange to use's ??? It does to me ... I have the ASUS P4P800 Deluxe motherboard ... Will aida tell me what version my chipset is and what bois version i have as well ??? Or will it just tell me what i have ???
Hi ... Ok i try aida32 out ... I open the area where it show motherboard , click on the chipset and bios but i don't see anywhere were it show the version ... I do see the maker and the date but no version .... Can you explain where i can see the version type ... Thanks
It depends a lot on the maker of your chipset. but under bios it should list the model of hte mobo with a number after it. Uusally the following number is the bios version for that mobo. your chipset may or may not be identified with version number depending again on the maker.
Hi ... Thanks for your help but it doesn't show for my motherboard what the version for the chipset is .... Also i don't think its showing the right bios version ... I have the ASUS P4P 800 Deluxe mothboard ... Thanks again
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