I have the exact same problem.
Your solution sounds like a good idea, however in my case I'm unable to
delete the network connection.
In Network Center, I select the "Network List" link and get a list over the
connections on my computer. However, if I right click on the connection I
want to delete and selectes "Delete", I get a confirmation message and then
nothing else happends. The connections is not beeing removed from the list.
I may also note that it seems like the whole wireless connection stuff is
quite a bit "fuzzy". The the available networks seems to come and go,
retrying a number of times may make more or less networks available.
And why is it not possible to modify for exmple the web-key of an existing
"Zack Whittaker" wrote:
> Disconnect from the network in Network Center, delete the wireless network
> from your most used list, then reconnect again.
> Zack Whittaker
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> "Brian" <Brian@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I just installed Beta 2 on my laptop. When it booted into Windows, it
> > detected my wireless network and asked me for the key. I accidentally
> > typed
> > the key in wrong, so it obviously cannot connect. How do I change the WEP
> > key it has associated with this network? I cannot find anywhere to change
> > the key it has stored.