As like your smartphone, every computer and laptop are assigned a unique number called serial number or service tag or product id. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to find serial number on laptop. Suppose, you have got a problem on your laptop and you need technical support to resolve the issue. If you call the customer support, they will sure ask you for the serial number (also known as the service tag for Dell products) before log your request.
If you are using a laptop computer, you can easily get the serial number by turning your machine upside. Every laptop comes with a sticker having the product id and also the key of the preinstalled operating system. You can also follow this tutorial to know your Windows 10 product key.
You can also use this number to download the required drivers on the official website. Every computer manufacturer provides the drivers for different operating systems. If you know the service tag number, then you can easily download the drivers without searching anywhere. Go to the official website of your computer maker and just put the serial number to see all updated drivers available for your system. Is not it cool?
How to Find Serial Number on Laptop without Sticker
In case the number has been erased, and you need it badly, then there is an alternate way to find the service tag on a laptop without the sticker. You can use the command prompt to find the serial number of your computer and it doesn’t matter that which brand you are using. Let’s get started.
1) On your computer press Windows+R to open Run command box.
2) Now type cmd and press Enter to open the command prompt. You can also search cmd on the start menu and open it.
3) After that, type the following command and hit enter to see your serial number.
4) There is also command that can also show the model number of your computer is:
This was the tutorial on how to find serial number or service tag on laptop without sticker. The above command is tested on Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10. The previous versions didn’t have the wmic.exe; so, it will not work on them.
You can use this code on your manufacture’s website to know more about your products. Some laptop vendors force the users to register their products on the official website for International warranty. In that case, you can retrieve the service tag by logging into your account.