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02 Feb 2010  
Agent Zach

Windows® 7 Home Premium SP1 [x64]
 
 

I don't use Wireless on my laptop, but assuming Windows 7 Wireless Network List is relative to Windows XPs, I may be able to help.
  1. Right click the Network Icon in your system tray
  2. Click "Open Network and Sharing Center"
  3. In the left pane, click "Manage Wireless Networks"
  4. Select each object in the list presented and click "Remove"
  5. Restart your computer, and reconnect to your network.
  6. If things went as I assume they should have, the number suffix SHOULD reset.
Hope this helps.
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