In article <u5pCExVeHHA.1240@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl>, "Les"
>My system: Vista Ultimate, Intel Core 2 Duo T7600, 2GB memory, NVIDIA
>GeForce Go 7950 GTX
>I have managed to create a spurious wireless network - one that doesn't
>work! I have looked everywhere I can think of to find a way to remove/delete
>this network but to no avail.
>As would be imagined, I don't know very much about networking, though I have
>managed to set up another wireless network that does the job - just can't
>see how to remove the unwanted one.
>Only had hands on Vista for about 4 hours so far, so there is hope yet
Have you configured your computer to use the right wireless network?
Open the Network and Sharing Center, and click "Manage wireless
networks". If the network you want isn't there, click "Add", and
follow the prompts.
If that doesn't help, please reply to this message in the news group
(not by E-mail) with more information to help other people understand
Where exactly do you see the spurious wireless network? What do you
click to get there? What is the window title? What else do you see
Steve Winograd, MS-MVP (Windows Networking)
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