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Wireless MAC address in Windows PE

    Pertanyaan

  • I trying to get my windows pe 3.0 image to detect my laptops intel centrino n 6205 wireless card. I don't need the wireless to work really I just want to be able to find the MAC address of the wireless card. I've injected the drivers offline as well as inside pe using drvload. It says it worked but i still can't find the MAC though. Has anyone been able this wireless driver working in pe?

    21 Juli 2011 11:48

Jawaban

  • I believe you can use the GETMAC command (source) but it will only work from within the OS:

    Syntax

    getmac[.exe] [/s Computer [/u Domain\User [/p Password]]] [/fo {TABLE|LIST|CSV}] [/nh] [/v] 

     

     

    Also try this when booted into WinPE:
    nbtstat -A 192.168.xxx.xxx (where 192.168.xxx.xxx is your wifi nic IP) 

     

    • Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh stmartin 21 Juli 2011 17:50
    21 Juli 2011 15:07
  • I pulled the getmac.exe from a windows 7 computer and thats when the /fo parameters didn't work. I now pulled the getmac.exe from a windows xp machine and it works in windows pe.
    • Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh stmartin 21 Juli 2011 17:50
    21 Juli 2011 17:50

Semua Balasan

  • I believe you can use the GETMAC command (source) but it will only work from within the OS:

    Syntax

    getmac[.exe] [/s Computer [/u Domain\User [/p Password]]] [/fo {TABLE|LIST|CSV}] [/nh] [/v] 

     

     

    Also try this when booted into WinPE:
    nbtstat -A 192.168.xxx.xxx (where 192.168.xxx.xxx is your wifi nic IP) 

     

    • Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh stmartin 21 Juli 2011 17:50
    21 Juli 2011 15:07
  • Thanks for the reply,

    GETMAC finds the wireless MAC even though ipconfig /all doesn't. This is a step in the right direction! Now my problem is the /fo list parameter displays nothing when i run it inside Windows PE. In windows 7 the getmac /fo list works and is exactly what need. Any idea why the /fo parameter doesn't work in windows pe?

    21 Juli 2011 16:26
  • Display your entire syntax. It should be something similar to:

     

    getmac /fo TABLE /nh /v

     

    GETMAC - to get the MAC info
    /fo TABLE- to format the table
    /nh Supress the column headers
    /v Verbose; detailed information to display 

    21 Juli 2011 16:29
  • getmac /fo list

    When i use that syntax in windows pe it displays nothing. In windows 7 it works.

    21 Juli 2011 16:34
  • Use the syntax I just provided.

    getmac /fo TABLE /nh /v
    


     

    21 Juli 2011 16:39
  • I use that exact syntax and it doesnt display anything in windows pe
    21 Juli 2011 17:31
  • I pulled the getmac.exe from a windows 7 computer and thats when the /fo parameters didn't work. I now pulled the getmac.exe from a windows xp machine and it works in windows pe.
    • Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh stmartin 21 Juli 2011 17:50
    21 Juli 2011 17:50
  • Nice.

    Thank you!

    21 Juli 2011 18:14