Windows doesn’t show your PC’s serial number anyplace in its interface, and neither do prevalent framework data apparatuses. However, you can regularly discover a PC’s serial number with a basic order, a look in your BIOS, or on the equipment itself.
Run the WMIC Command:
Open a Command Prompt window to begin. On Windows 10 or 8, right-tap the Start catch and select “Order Prompt”. On Windows 7, squeeze Windows + R, sort “cmd” into the Run discourse, and after that press Enter.
At the Command Prompt, type the following command and then press Enter:
wmic bios get serialnumber
You’ll see the PC’s serial number showed underneath the content “SerialNumber”. This order utilizes the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC) apparatus to pull the framework’s serial number from its BIOS.
On the off chance that you don’t see your PC’s serial number, accuse your PC’s producer. The number will just show up here if the PC maker spared it to your PC’s BIOS or UEFI firmware. PC makers don’t generally fill in the number appropriately. All things considered, you’ll see something like “0” or “To be filled by O.E.M.” rather than a real serial number.
This is additionally valid in the event that you assembled your own particular PC on the grounds that the PC itself won’t have a serial number. In any case, you can look into the serial number of your motherboard and different parts.
Check the BIOS:
You may likewise have the capacity to locate the serial number in the BIOS or UEFI firmware settings screen. This procedure won’t get you a serial number if the wmic summon didn’t, since the order pulls the serial number from the BIOS. In any case, checking the BIOS could be useful in the event that you can’t really sign into Windows to run the wmic order.
Access the BIOS or UEFI firmware settings screen and glance around for a “Serial Number” some place on a framework data screen. It’ll be in a better place on various PCs, however you can typically discover it some place on the “Primary” or “Framework” screen.
Find the Serial Number On the PC’s Hardware, Box, or Elsewhere:
In the event that you don’t see a serial number subsequent to running the wmic order—or in the event that you can’t turn the PC on or don’t approach it—there are a few different spots you may locate the serial :
In the event that you have a tablet, flip it over. On a few portable workstations, you’ll see the number on a sticker. You’ll see the number printed specifically on the metal or plastic the tablet is produced using. On the off chance that your portable workstation has a removable battery, the serial is now and again on a sticker inside the battery compartment, under the battery.
On the off chance that you have a desktop PC, take a gander at the back, best, or side of the case for some kind of sticker. The sticker may likewise be on a sticker inside the case, so you may need to open it up.
In the event that you can’t locate the serial on the PC itself, look online for directions particular to your model. The producer’s site should let you know precisely where to look.
On the off chance that you enrolled your PC with the maker or got guarantee benefit, the serial ought to be incorporated into the enlistment documentation, guarantee benefit receipt, or email affirmation for the administration.
In the event that despite everything you have the first item box, it generally has the serial number imprinted on it—frequently on a similar sticker with the standardized identification.
On the off chance that you obtained the PC on the web or in store. The serial might be imprinted on the physical or email receipt you got.
What’s more, on the off chance that you can’t locate your serial by any stretch of the imagination. Don’t surrender trust. In the event that you have confirmation of procurement. The producer still might have the capacity to enable you with whatever administration. You to require and may even have the capacity to discover the serial number for you.