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I am having trouble with my Wireless USB Adaptor WG111v2. I had problems with my router and had to have it reconfigured now my wireless adapter will not allow me to work online. I want to remove all reference to this product so that I can reinstall it and hopefully it will pickup on the newly reconfigured router.

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Your on the right path. So do it. start>right click my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager>network adapters>uninstall>reboot

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