Finally airlive support replied: As you can see from my screenshot nothing about mac changing. Sorry I couldnt stick around to help longer. Thanks for choosing AirLive products. I have got a windows 7 professional edition.
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OK, didn’t know mac changing is considered as spoofing. It’s vendor is Broadcom and drivers are installed automatically by windows 7. Well the reason why is because i share well used to share internet with my neighbors ever since they got me banned on stickam ip banned. I could try the other ones but they are only for x86 architecture and doubt they would work. All times are GMT Similar help and support threads.
If so you should ailrive able to airlie the Win7 Partion into the directory. The time now is Your mac address should not change regardless of your os.
Let me investigate Ken. As I said in the first post there isn’t option network admin MAC address or sth similar on windows 7.
Check google, there are tons. Cooling none Internet Speed 45Mb down 5Mb up. I have updated my pc from win XP. But anyway if you think air,ive might help I could give it a try.
Every few dats it varies a lotI can;t load any web pages. I know the feeling. So basically I want to use 2 accounts on 1 PC.
As far as I know the mac addy is guid with the first six mfr. Best regards AirLive Support Team. Finally airlive support replied: Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.
Let me investigate Ken No I don’t want to change my mac permanently but to change it for a airluve so that my wireless access point thinks I’m using my other pc and my other account. Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies.
Im off to work ill be back in about 5 hours Sorry I couldnt stick around to help longer. BTW google says you can change mac address via registry, I did it, reset my pc but still default mac is there. So i will try to help you as much as i can. Originally Posted by mckillwashere Your mac address should not change regardless of your os.
However there is one when using XP and it works flawless. Originally Posted by zigzag I have got a windows 7 professional edition. Win 8 Release candidate If you are dead qt on trying to change you mac try this.
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