3. Under this key, you should see numbers in sequence as "0000 ", "0001 " and
so on. Click one at a time to check the description of the device to match it with that of your Network Card. In this case it is "0008 ".
4. Highlight the corresponding number that match your Network Card, in the right-pane, look for the "NetworkAddress
" key value. Right-click on it and select modify . Enter the desired MAC-Address as a 12 digit number (all in one, no "space" "." or "-")
5. If the key "NetworkAddress" does not appear in the right pane, right-click in the blank space, select "New
" then "String Value ". Enter the name as "NetworkAddress ". Now Double click on it and set the desired value.
"Under Windows 7, the possible range of spoofed addresses that can be set is limited for wireless and wired network adapters.
[Thus] possible values for the second nibble are limited to 2, 6, A and E."
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