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Vostro 15-3568 DMI edit to set mobo PPID & baseboard model



 
 
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Old October 28th 20, 12:39 PM posted to alt.sys.pc-clone.dell
Nakshatra Nag
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Default Vostro 15-3568 DMI edit to set mobo PPID & baseboard model

Hi, I had a motherboard replacement. The tech had set the service tag & it all works okay.

But finding out the bios DMI fields & also in ePSA I see the motherboard ppid has not been set by factory:

Baseboard Model
Baseboard Revision
PPID

Anyone has AMI bios APTIO 8 DMI edit tool or Dell DMI tool , let me know
 




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