|17 Nov 2012||#1|
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UBeeAP appearing in Network Infrastructure
I lost power for 9 days during Hurricane Sandy. My desktop was on when the power went off.
When I finally rebooted, my computer was okay for the most part, but there were anomalies. There was a UBeeAP showing on my network infrastructure.
No one seemed to understand why or how it was there. More important, no one could tell me how to get rid of it. I was pretty sure it was not infilitrating my network....then a tech support guy from Verizon said something that triggered what I believe is the answer to this phenomenon.
My desktop has a wireless LAN card, though this computer is hard-wired to the Internet through a modem and router. I checked under Device Manager and the wireless LAN was disabled, HOWEVER, under "Advanced" settings the Radio was enabled.
I disabled the Radio On/Off and then rebooted.
UBeeAP has not reappeared.
I believe my wireless LAN card was picking up this wireless modem device in the apartment building in case I wanted to sign onto its network.
I note that there are others who post this phenomenon. Wondering if this will work for others.
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