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Windows 7: Unidentified Network, how to remove? Already tried other fixes

04 Nov 2011   #1

Unidentified Network, how to remove? Already tried other fixes

Still no luck, already tried some fixes.

How to remove that? Help me out please

There's no connection on the unidentified network. I'm unable to remove and my network icon has that X error on it.

Thank you.

No iTunes Bounjour here.

My ipconfig /all

My network properties (photoshoped to show all the info on one screen)

I already did the "ROUTE DELETE" command, and strange thing, it deleted the good connection, the "Internet Velox" one, the one it's working on the internet.
The other remains there. Strange.

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04 Nov 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit

Seems to be a virtual Ethernet adapter included with VirtualBox.

If you're not actually using VirtualBox or aren't interested in connecting your virtual machine to the Internet, you could simply uninstall Virtual PC Network Filter Driver and VirtualBox Bridged Networking Driver from your connection's properties (your last screenshot).

Otherwise, see about disabling net access within the virtual machine altogether. BTW, it's creating a local IP address for itself as it's not getting a DHCP-assigned address. That's why this connection shows up with having no network access.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Nov 2011   #3


And it's gone forever :)

I had Virtualbox before, but not that "error" incredible. That's why I didn't uninstalled it before.

Thank you very much. It's fixed
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