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There is a a new bandit nation game called bn clone but i can't find the address on the computer only on my phone help please

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The link is http://nibbler.cs.binghamton.edu/~bn/_kaito_main.php

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On your computer that is currently working, click Start/Programs/ and look for the RUN or CMD prompt and open it. If you fin the Run Command just type cmd and click ok to open the CMD prompt. In the Command Prompt type: ipconfig /all and press Enter
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If you internet service provider is a Phone company such as AT&T then you will want the router configured PPOE under the basic settings and you will have to give it the Internet Userid and Password (this is not your email user id and password). You might have to call the phone company to get it. If your internet service Provider is a Cable Company then they use DHCP and you don't have to supply a userid or password.

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Cloning the MAC address in the router sets it to the same address as the device connected to its number 1 wired port. Since you didn't give the brand and model of your router I can't give you specific steps or links to follow for the process. But it's typically very simple. From the computer originally used to set up your modem, access the router's setup pages. On the appropriate page, pick "clone MAC address" from a menu or click on a button. You can search for "<insert your brand of router here> cloning MAC address" and find many sites with how-to information. A good starting point is always the router manufacturer's site, where there is probably already an answer in their support FAQ section.

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you must reformat it.. because of the spyware or any virus that it has..

it will affect the other computers.. so if you want this will you do...

you must reformat or putting a new OS in one of your computers.. then to easy copying..

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You can get past this by "cloning" the MAC Address of your computer to your console.

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Vista: Open the start menu, in the search bar type in "cmd" and hit enter. A black screen with white writing should have opened. Type in "inconfig/all" and hit enter. Look for the line that says "physical address". That is your MAC Address.

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check physical connection: cable modem -> router -> computer(hard wire for this troubleshooting)

access the d-link gui and locate the “Clone MAC Address" button (supposed to clone the computers MAC Address - verify if it's the same), save settings & reboot the router.

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Hi killer - MAC (Media Access Control) cloning is used to clone your MAC address.
Some ISPs (most notably MediaOne) use your NIC's MAC address to authenticate your service. When you change the computer that you have connected to your cable modem service, you usually have to call up Tech Support and give them the MAC address of the NIC in the new machine. Since hardware routers have the equivalent of a NIC on their WAN port in order to connect to your cable modem, you would have to do the same thing if you're installing a router.
Recently, however, some ISPs have started to recognize the MAC addresses of popular routers and disconnect service if a router is detected. Fortunately, many router manufacturers are including the capability to either set the router WAN port MAC address to anything you want, or copy it from a computer connected to the router LAN side. You can check the Router comparison chart under "Mac addr. clone" to see which routers support this feature. Then consult the router's documentation for directions on using the feature.
So basically, it's used to fool ISPs into thinking there isn't a router. If the router has the same MAC address as either your NIC card or your modem the ISP won't detect and service won't be interrupted. Most ISPs don't do this so iy's rarely needed.
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