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How do I know the laptop model and my product number

I want to know a shortcut to find model of my laptop from HP, knowing that the laptop is not written by any specific data model and product number on the bottom, and there is only this word only "Pavilion dv6"

 

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Hallam--

 

Try one of the options in the document about finding your model number or product number.

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Hi,

Welcome to the HP Forum! :smileyhappy:


user1432 wrote:

I want to know a shortcut to find model of my laptop from HP, knowing that the laptop is not written by any specific data model and product number on the bottom, and there is only this word only "Pavilion dv6"

 

Please do not delay in this answer, because this topic is very important to many people


Flip the notebook over and look at the barcoded sticker. 

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erico

 

 

regards,

erico

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Hi,
Check the link below:
How to Locate the Notebook serial number (s/n) and product number (p/n)

 

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i dont have it in the back of note book

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Did you try all the options in the document about finding your model number? For example, it could be located under the battery on your model. Also, you should be able to hit the Fn + Esc keys to open the HP System Information window which will show you the info you need.

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what if you do not have a bar code tag?

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On some models, you can Hold down the FN key and press the ESC key at the same time and it will give you that information.

 

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Follow the steps in windows :

1. Start

2. All programs

3. Accessories

4. System tools

5. System information

 

You will get the information about your system.

 

Thanks !

 

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How do I find the product number of my HP g6 laptop?

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Hallam--

 

Try one of the options in the document about finding your model number or product number.

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