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Machine is reading a router when none exist
Go into your network connections, delete the 'ghost' router and restart your pc. This should take care of the issue. By the way, do you have a wireless adaptor installed? If you do and it's on, it may be reading all routers that are broadcasting nearby. Good Luck.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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