Windows XP - Quick way to find MAC address of your computer

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Type "getmac" without quotes in the command prompt. It lists the mac addresses under the column titled "Physical Address"

Type "getmac" without quotes in the command prompt. It lists the mac addresses under the column titled "Physical Address".

Incidentally, the command works in Windows 7 too.

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