Part number yes Serial Number No.
The device manager would have serial number but you cant get that from a dead drive. Dell does not post serial numbers. WMIC can read these from Admin Command Prompt.
C:\>Wmic baseboard get product, serialnumber, version
Product SerialNumber Version
012XXX /0X12XX3/CN0123456X7890/ A00
The DPN marking on the drive has the serial number but that is not provided to the user nor is the manufacturer.
DELL USES PPID Piece Part Identification
Date codes A, B and C are October (10), November (11) and December (12). So 8C is 2008, December.
Days are 0 - 31
a monitor For Example has CN-0X876H-72872-8CG-1MMU
8CG is the key here
8= year = 2008
C= monith 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C where C= Dec.
G= day - not important in most cases but as above 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v ect. G=16th
Another Monitor PPID
PPID on the Monitor is CN-0V6WMN-72872-14L-0RYI
CN = China
V6WMN = Dell Part number
72872 = Manufacturer Factory (confidential)
14L = Date code (Year, Month, Day)
0RYI = Manufacturer code (confidential)
Warranty data is attached to the Dell order number which is why service tags are not allowed to be posted here.