How to Locate your System Service Tag Using Command Prompt

Summary: Explore this article and learn how to locate or detect service tag to set your new Dell device or system using command prompt, and get all the latest updates.

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Symptoms
Locate your system's service tag (also referred to as the serial number) using Command Prompt.
Cause
Using the Command Prompt to locate your Dell system service tag.
Resolution

Laptops and Desktops

  1. Type cmd in the Windows search bar at the bottom-left of the screen, then select Command Prompt from the list of results.
  2. In the Command Prompt window, type wmic bios get serialnumber and press Enter.
  3. The Service Tag (Serial Number) appears as shown in the image below.

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Tablets

  1. On the Windows Tile Screen, swipe up from the bottom and tap All Apps.
  2. Scroll to the right until you get to Command Prompt.
  3. In the Command Prompt window, use the onscreen keyboard to type wmic bios get serialnumber and press Enter.
  4. The Service Tag (Serial Number) appears as shown in the image below.

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Additional References

Follow the link below for additional instructions on how to find your Dell Service Tag depending on the Dell system or product you own:


 
SLN268357_en_US__3image(13480)  Out of warranty? No problem. Visit the Dell.com/support website and enter your Service Tag and view our offers. 
 
SLN268357_en_US__4icon Currently, offers are only available for US, Canada, UK, and France PC Customers. Server and Storage not applicable.

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Last Published Date

04 Mar 2021

Version

5

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