|28 May 2012||#1|
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How to delete one and only Network Connection
I am doing some troubleshooting and I want to completely remove my network connection. I remember with Windows XP when I did this, it would re-detect the network card and reload the drivers and settings after I rebooted.
I can disable the connection but not delete. How do I remove the connection in Windows 7 x64? Thanks.
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