|23 Apr 2013||#1|
Can't delete add or recreate network
I have moved my system drive to a new box. For whatever reason Windows 7 x64 decided to mangle the network so I can't access, read from, or write to any previously shared folders. I am hardwired to a wireless adapter and can see all the old shared folders but drilling down to them takes minutes instead of seconds. Deleting the homegroup did nothing. I have tried every method I have found to delete and recreate a network. Basically no matter what I try in network and sharing etc., right clicking on icons, checking and unchecking boxes I don't ever see an option to leave or delete a network, which in all the relevant posts I can find is the suggested solution. I know some others can because I see posts that were answered and the problem resolved. So how can I completely kill and recreate the network? I do NOT want to use homegroup since it previously mucked up things so they are completely unusable.
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