Need to know which computer model i have

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February 20, 2012 at 08:25:48
Specs: Windows Me, Pentium 3 @735MHz, 64MB RAM
Hello. I need some help to identify which Packard Bell I have. There's a label on it that says "Model NO: Club 2738" but when I google it I don't get any hits.
The original operating system was Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition.
It also says:

"S/N: R637900208"
"P/N: P160122716"

I want to know this because I need a recovery disk and i need drivers.

Thanks for every answer

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February 20, 2012 at 09:36:20
It's apparently a model in the Club series but I couldn't find that number. You mean to say there's no model number on the front of the case? Nothing displayed on the screen at bootup? Did you open the case & look for a model number on the motherboard? It's got to be a socket 370 board so there's only a few possibilities.

Why would you need a Recovery Disk for such an outdated system anyway? If you need to reinstall Windows, just use a retail disk. As for the drivers, all you need to do is identify the hardware & search for drivers individually. Once you know the motherboard, it will be easy to determine the chipset, onboard video, onboard sound, onboard LAN, etc. Then all you need to do is search for the correct drivers.

EDIT: I tried going to to see if their memory advisor might help. I chose Packard Bell > Club Series from the menus, & the 3rd menu has listings for Club 30, Club 30B, Club 366, etc, etc, but nothing close to 2738.

Is it anything like this one?

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February 20, 2012 at 09:45:16
HWINFO download and run the diagnostic software..

Also see:

Googling is quicker than waiting for an answer....

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March 10, 2012 at 04:05:31
well use the Belarc advisor for the detail of hardware and software in your computer.
Use the driver genius to back up your driver.

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