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How much HP ProLiant DL380 G7 types exist ,       How know my type???    

Where look  the type Server HP  ProLiant DL380 G7??
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Question by:Hector Lopez
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by:Scott C
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There is usually a label on the machine.

If one is not there, look up the serial number on  HPs website.
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by:FOX
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from a command prompt type in
wmic bios get serialnumber
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by:Hector Lopez
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Thanks, I browsing !!!
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by:Hector Lopez
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#Foxluv      my Server not tun on   !!! sorry
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There is a little pull out card on that server I believe it is to the left, slide it out.  It has the serial number.  The serial number is also on a sticker on the back of the server.
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by:FOX
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view attachment.  On the server there is a pull out that has your serialnumber
dl380serial.JPG
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by:Scott C
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Or you can boot into the BIOS if the serial number cannot be found on the machine.

It will always be in the BIOS.
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by:FOX
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Scott,
I believe he said it's not on.
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by:Hector Lopez
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Yes, its has the  card in front with serial number...... I' looking the HP web site
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by:Scott C
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That's why I said he could BOOT into the BIOS.
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