My computer is pretty ancient. I bought it from Dell years ago and as far as PC 's go, it is a dinosaur but still running like a gazelle. OK... maybe my computer isn't running that well, but it is still doing it's PC - thing just fine.
I run off of Windows XP.
If you need service from Dell Support for your personal computer, they will ask you for your service tag number.
Where can you find the service tag on your Dell Computer? There are a number of ways to do this. The steps below will show you the one way to do this.
The service tag number can also be referred to as the "Asset Tag". You might also want to locate your Express Service code but that is not explained in this article. I did another article that I provide the URL / Link for all the way at the bottom that will show you 1) Another way to locate the Asset Tag as well as 2) a way to find your Express Service Code.
Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of your computer screen.
Then select "My Computer"
Select the "SystemInfo" icon. Mine has an icon that looks like a notebook. I actually had a little trouble finding "SystemInfo". On my personal computer ( Windows XP operating system ), it is not located in alphabetical order like the other icons and folders. "SystemInfo" was down toward the bottom of the various choices.
Once you select System info you'll see the service tag number.at the top left corner of the window that appears on your computer screen.
For another Way to Find Your Asset Tag (also called the Service Tag number) AND for a way to find your Express Service Code please click link below: