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Re: Wireless network incremental numbering

 
 
Big_Al
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      08-15-2008
J.H. Holliday wrote:
> Running WIN XP Pro SP3 and I've had occasion to install/uninstall my
> wireless network and adaptor several times in my laptop. Each time, the
> network ID increments one number-- Wireless Network 7, Wireless Network 8,
> etc.
>
> Can I clear that buffer or whatever it is-- and reset to zero or one so that
> my current network/adaptor is network One?
>

You can rename if you are in network connections. Not when in the task
bar however.
 
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