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Packard Bell M/Board Identification

There are two main ways to work out which motherboard is in your Packard Bell computer.

1. On the back or bottom of you computer, there should be a sticker which contains your serial number, and also a model number or FCC ID number. This can appear in a number of different formats, ie

  • FCC ID: FOD640pt - This signifies a 640 Motherboard.
  • Model : A940-4X4E680 - This signifies a 680 Motherboard.

2. If you cannot find the sticker, and your Packard Bell came with a Pentium Processor (P75-P200) in it, you can also read the BIOS screen when your computer boots up, ie,

Packard Bell BIOS Screen

and then check the last 4 letters of the second line (in this case BYOR) against the BIOS ID column of the motherboard table on the previous page.