|28 Mar 2011||#1|
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NativeWiFi Profile Issue
A while back, I had to completely reset my router to factory settings and set up my network brand new all over again. This is fine and all, but now, the NativeWiFi Profile for Win 7 is connecting to the old network, not the new one. I have to manually go in every time I reboot my machine and manually connect to the new network.
I have gone in and deleted the old WiFi profile several times but each time I reboot the system, it comes back up again. Is there a way to set up a brand new NativeWiFi Profile so that it connects to the network automatically?
I have tried renaming the new network as the NativeWiFi profile and that did not solve the issue, in fact it made the old NativeWiFi profile come back up. I have also tried to move the NativeWiFi profile down to the bottom of the list for lower priority but that does not solve it either.
So I need some help here. I need to know if there's a way to set up a brand new NativeWiFi profile in Win 7 or if I just have to keep connecting to my new network manually.
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