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How to find the MAC Address of your Network Card in Windows 8

Description: This article will teach you how to find the Mac Address of your computer's network interface card (NIC).

  1. Press the Windows Key + R on your keyboard. A window like the one shown below will come up.
    Windows Run Box
  2. In the Open: line, type cmd and click OK; this will bring up the Command Line Interface.
    CMD in Windows Run Box
  3. In the Command Line Interface type ipconfig /all and hit Enter.
    Command Line Interface, Type Query
  4. The Mac Address of the NIC card is located under the Ethernet Adapter category. It is normally referred to as Physical Address.
    Command Line Interface, Results of Query
  5. You have now found the MAC address of your NIC card.