Win 7 wireless - Tutorial with pics of how to break the relationships between a SSID and a laptop.

Posted on 2012-09-03
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I changed the channel on a router and 9 laptops connect. Off site I go and ...  1 doesnt connect - it did before :-(
the laptop is in chinese and she has a translator.  Complicated or what?

Any tutorials on the www for this .........

How to explain this to a N00b by email.

in Start / Control Panel All Control Panel Items Network and Sharing Center

Can you see "manage wireless networks" ?

find existing SSID.

Delete it

Reconnect and it will ask for the password again.
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how to remove a wireless connection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBfaetvEqD8
how to add a wireless connection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySFLeJzdEpA

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