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I need to change my MAC address on my Windows 7 partition on my Macbook Pro. I have tried changing the registry value on my Windows to spoof my address, but that didn't work. I have also tried to use SMAC, an application to spoof your MAC address, but that didn't work either. I have successfully changed my MAC address on my Macintosh partition through Terminal, but I can't get it spoofed on my Windows partition. If someone could help me on this issue, I would greatly appreciate it.


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My tool of choice for this would be Macshift

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There are several choices of software to do this.

Some Ethernet drivers allow you to change it in the Adapter properties Advanced Tab.

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Those methods do not work. As I have said, SMAC does not work, and the "Network Address" does not show up on my Wireless network card. – Kevin Jul 18 '10 at 22:40

Probably your network card doesn’t support it. It’s a feature of the network card, not Windows. It would be helpful if you told us your network card make and model.

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