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    I have looked all over and searched the web and I can not find out where the mac address is. I have to enter it into my router so I can access the web.

    I have an ASUS VivoTAB FT800 running windows 8 RT

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    I think you can still do Windows+R to get a run prompt if you're on the desktop yes? If so then type cmd and on the command prompt type ipconfig /all and you will find the MAC address listed under the adapter that shows the devices IP address info.
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    You can also pull out the charms bar and do a search for CMD which will pull up the CMD prompt and then you can do ipconfig /all as fwaits stated

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