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Where do i find my mac address, How do I find that, I am

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where do i find my mac address
JA: What Operating System (OS) are you running on your Mac?
Customer: How do I find that
JA: The Mac Technician will be able to walk you through that. How long has this been going on with your Mac? What have you tried so far?
Customer: I am trying to run smartiptv and it is asking for my mac address
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Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Email
Expert:  K Dismas replied 2 years ago.

Hello my name is ***** ***** I am an expert from JustAnswer. I am really sorry for the trouble you are facing with right now but I'm here and happy to assist and help you. May I know whom I am speaking with?

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Expert:  K Dismas replied 2 years ago.

Hello Bernie, may I know if you are using Mac PC or windows PC?

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
No not today may get back tomorrow. Thanks
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Expert:  K Dismas replied 2 years ago.

This is how you get your mac address. I hope it helps

For Windows

  1. Click Start, then Run. (Start globe on 7)
  2. Type cmd
  3. Click OK. The command prompt window will appear.
  4. At the prompt, type the following: ipconfig /all
  5. Press Enter.
  6. The MAC Address and other parameters will be displayed in the DOS window. Write down the MAC Address for your adapter. It may also be listed as "Hardware Address" or "Physical Address." It will look something like the following: 00 0B 4D 2F 62 7A

For Macintosh (OS 10.5 and higher) Systems

  1. From the dock, select System Preferences.
  2. Select the Network applet.
  3. Select Ethernet from the left hand side.
  4. Click on Advanced from the lower right.
  5. For OS X 10.8 or 10.9:
    1. Select the Hardware tab.
    2. The MAC Address should be listed.
  6. For other OS X:
    1. Select the Ethernet tab.
    2. The number next to Ethernet ID is you MAC Address. It will look something like the following: 00:0B:4D:2F:62:7A