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XP How to edit wireless site list?

Posted by jerry_nj (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 20, 11 at 13:15

I have a notebook computer that has seen some travel and thus many WiFI (IEEE 802) networks. It seems XP keeps a list of these (some?) links to facilitate reconnection.

The "list" I refer to is what is displayed when one "right click" the antenna symbol in the lower tool tray of the desktop of ZP.

I no longer need many of these and I assume deleting those will help the notebook fine my home network. XP sometimes, maybe 60% of the time, finds and connects to my home network. Other times it can't find my home network. When I right click the icon the list comes up and there is a "check" mark next to some other network. If I then "click" my home network designation, XP reconnects to that network.


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RE: XP How to edit wireless site list?

To set up automatic wireless network configuration

that link covers pretty much everything, around step 8 it tells how to remove ones


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RE: XP How to edit wireless site list?

Thanks, I should have looked there... well it is just easier to ask the experts.

My main computer is now W7, and I forgot about that XP wireless management tool. Just an excuse :(


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