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Old Wireles network

Posted on 2006-04-22
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Last Modified: 2013-12-14
I have set up a new wireless network, How do I remove the old network as everytime I go online my old one is still their along side my new one as a network in range. New ADSL Gateway but kept the same wireless adaptor.
Question by:Windows_ME_is_a_dog
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ID: 16517027
Oops Using win XP home Edition.

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gkumaran earned 500 total points
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You can remove the Network connection by removing the Associated Network Adapter in the Device Manager. Use the System Icon on the Control panel to access the Device Manager.

However if you wish to remove it temporarily or for a session, then it would be more apt to Disable the connection. simply right click on the icon and select 'Disable'.

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Sorry for the late reply, but cheers for that gkumaran .

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