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How to Change Your Win 7 Wireless Adapter MAC address
There are programs to accomplish this, but here is the roll-your-own method of changing the Media Access Control (MAC) address of your wireless adapter.
CHANGE YOUR WIRELESS MAC ADDRESS
The possible MAC addresses in Windows 7 for wireless adapters:
WIN | cmd.exe | enter |
Ipconfig /all > ipinfo.txt
IpInfo.TXT has your original IP address.
WIN | DevMgmt.MSC | ENTER | dbl-clk on Network Adapters |
rt-clk on your ...Wireless Network Adapter | Properties |
Advanced tab | select Network Address (in Property area) |
Value radio button | enter desired MAC address | OK
Examples of MAC addresses:
WIN is the key with the Microsoft flag on top.
MAC Media Access Control address
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