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Get rid of a MAC address in a wireless net work when connecting to another router

Posted on 2007-03-25
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I have a cmputer that was taken for the weekend and they connected to another wirelesss system What it was brought back i can not get connected to my wireless system.

THey had to put in a code to get onto this network. I have a Linksys wireless router with not secured.
I need to get back on the homenetwork here.
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Simple way is uninstall and reinstall, then configure the wireless card again.
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will try that
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I like simple - Thanks
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You are very welcome.
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