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Windows 7: Deleting Network Profiles

16 Sep 2009   #1
maxonlinex

 
 
Deleting Network Profiles

Hi! Everyone i am a Newbie to Windows 7 and jus wanted to ask this query

I ve to LAN connections on my motherboard , i installed the drivers for my LAN cards and feed the IP addresses Respectively for the two networks wh i use , at tht time i put two networks in the public group , [Network 1 and Network 2] respectively

Then when i again changed my Ip address settings it again asked to wh group u want to put the network in i selected Home , then it changed my network no. it showed the 1st LAN Network as Network 3 and the other one as Network 4 , now my question is how to delete the Two Pre-existing networks wh were formed when i had first assigned the IP address to the two LAN Networks ?? Is their any option to delete them

Please Help

Thanks in Advance


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16 Sep 2009   #2
maxonlinex

 
 
Issue Fixed

Hey got the issue Fixed
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