Actually, many devices allow you to change the MAC address, almost any broadband modem, for instance. You can also change the MAC address for many NIC's as well. Finally, you can spoof any MAC address, even if the hardware doesn't allow a change.
In theese pics in the winipcfg one the MAC address is the adapter address and in the dosbox its the one listed physical address. If these dont show up in either place the there sohould be a sticker on the device or if all else fails you can use a MAC address spoofing program which should tell you what the MAC address is currently and let you change it, searching google is probably the best place to find MAC address spoofing software be careful where you get it from though run a virus scan on the file.zergpc208 said:Okay I took a screenshot of this.
Yep, life's tough out there in the trenches, isn't it.Bob Cerelli said:Probably a good idea. Moderators are typically given a bit more leeway than us mere mortals ;-)