#1 24 Jan 2020 03:40

budhax
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Command Line to get the PRODUCT ID of Dell/Acer notebooks?

Hello,

I am talking about the PRODUCT ID (PID) of notebooks, this alpha-numeric number defining a unique hardware configuration.
I am not talking about the SERIALNUMBER: the very unique machine ID.
I am not talking about the MODEL: a brand's family name, including a many variants of hardware configurations.

I MEAN:
- PID is the hardware configurations ID, defining what components are inside the notebook).
- PID could be called MPN (Manufacturer Part Number) or SKU number (for HP notebooks).

Online stores could show the PID as the Manufacturer Reference.
Googeling a MODEL: you will find many notebooks with different configurations (different PID).
Googeling a PID: you will find many notebooks with the same hardware configuration (same PID).

Product ID is well described here: https://youtu.be/_N8BfdCvMRg

EXAMPLE 1: HP Spectre x360 13-aw0724nz Convertible (13.3 ", 512GB SSD, Poseidon Blue)
- MODEL: HP Spectre x360 Convertible 13-aw0xxx
- PRODUCT ID: 8NH47EA#UUZ
- SERIALNUMBER: 5CD9497LH0

EXAMPLE 2: ASUS ZenBook S13 UX392FN-AB009T, Intel i7-8565U, (13.90", 1TB SSD NVMe, 16GB)
- MODEL: ZenBook UX392FN
- PRODUCT ID: 90NB0KZ1-M00220
- SerialNumber: K6N0CV04234624C

For HP notebooks, PID can be found using this DOS Command Line: wmic csproduct get skunumber

 8NH47EA#UUZ

For ASUS notebooks, PID can be found using this Command Line: wmic computersystem get oemstringarray

 {"kPJ-+7X7+EfTa","jTyRUBSNi7Ydf","fCrOzJ6x1i-eh"," ","90NB0KZ1-M00220"}

PID is: 90NB0KZ1-M00220

What is the DOS Command Line to get the PID of Dell notebooks?
What is the DOS Command Line to get the PID of ACER notebooks?

Thanks and regards

Last edited by budhax (28 Jan 2020 03:17)

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#2 29 Jan 2020 11:15

budhax
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Re: Command Line to get the PRODUCT ID of Dell/Acer notebooks?

For ACER notebooks, the PRODUCT ID (SKU) is a left sub-string of the SerialNumber. So, the command line is:

wmic bios get serialnumber
NXH62EZ00794700B346600

Take the 10 left characters and add dots. PID is: NX.H62EZ.007

Product ID is well described here: https://youtu.be/_N8BfdCvMRg

Last edited by budhax (30 Jan 2020 15:11)

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