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Switch wireless network card

DGPIS
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
On my notebook, the internal wireless has stopped working correctly and I switched to an external USB network adapter.
However, I cannot access the network Work Group anymore, nor see other computers on the internal network.
The card says it is linked to a the network name with a '2' after it..

I can switch back to the internal wireless, which does connect to the other computers (it just heats up the computer too much and messes up the video)

How can I 'clone' one wireless device to another?
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What OS?  from network connections disable the #1.  Check the #2 has netbios enabled and also if later than XP check your network location setting

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Could not follow all directions (unable to disable network card in BIOS)
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