Thread: K2 Dazed and confused.
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Old 11-16-2012, 02:25 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by hawhill View Post
I suggest to go and try using the "idme" command (I guess it's also there on the K2) to set the serial number and board ID of your new motherboard (back it up!) to the data of your old motherboard. I think this is the logical approach after failing to retrieve or change the WAN MAC address.
I'm still not clear on what this means. How would I use the command? Connect it via the USB, go to a command line prompt, CD to the Kindle drive (usually L:\ in my case) and then type "idme" ?
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