How do I find my MAC address in Windows XP?
Your MAC (Media Access Control) address is your devices unique identifier which allows you to connect to a network. It comes in the format of 00:00:00:00:00:00 and consists of letters and numbers. If you need to locate your MAC address here is how to do it.
For Windows XP
Start > Run
Type “cmd” in the box > OK.
In the MS DOS window type “ipconfig /all”
Or go to
All Programmes > Accessories > Command Prompt
In the black (MS DOS) window type “ipconfig /all”
You may see several MAC addresses. If you have a wired Ethernet device as well as a wireless device, each will have their own MAC address.