How to check the MAC address of your computer?

Method 1

For Windows XP:
 
1. Press windows key+ R key on the keyboard at the same time.
2.  Type ncpa.cpl in the box, and then click OK.

3.    Right click Local Area Connection/Wireless Network Connection, and go to Status

 
4.    Go to Support tab and then Details

 
5.   The physical address is the MAC address of your computer
 
For Windows Vista & 7:
 
1. Press windows key+ R key on the keyboard at the same time.
2.  Type ncpa.cpl in the box, and then click OK.
3.   Right click Local Area Connection/Wireless Network Connection, and go to Status

 
4.   On the popping up window, go to Details

 
5.    The physical address is the MAC address of your computer
 
Method 2
For Windows XP:
 
1.   Press windows key+ R key on the keyboard at the same time.
2.   Type cmd in the box, and then click OK.
 
3.   On the popping up black window, type command ipconfig /all and press Enter. It will show all current network adapters’ MAC address of this computer.
 
For Windows Vista & 7:
 
1.  Press windows key+ R key on the keyboard at the same time.
 
2.  Type cmd in the box, and then click OK.
3.  On the popping up black window, type command ipconfig /all and press Enter. It will show all current network adapters’ MAC address of this computer. 
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User Application Requirement | Updated 01-17-2012 15:47:22 PM