To determine your hardware address:
1. Press the Windows key to open the Start screen.
2. From the Windows Start screen, begin by typing cmd.
3. Windows search will filter the available apps until Command Prompt is displayed, select this app and the black Command Prompt window will open on the desktop.
4. In Command Prompt, type ipconfig /all and hit Enter (note the space before the forward-slash).
5. In the results, you may need to scroll up to view the appropriate addresses for your computer’s adapters. The hardware and IP addresses will be listed as Physical Address and IPv4 Address, respectively. There may be more than one (if your computer has both a wired and wireless way to connect to the internet, for instance). In that case, if the addresses are listed under a 'WiFi' heading, then they are for wireless, and if they're under 'Ethernet' then they're for wired.