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Networking I just purchased a Hawking G wireless router and Hawking USB G Adapters. I want to delete my current network hardware, and all the features in three machines. How do I do this to make sure all the old things are out?

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Ok, have everthing as normal IE: devices useable. Then.... Go to Add/Remove Programs & remove any related software.. if optioned, choose "Complete uninstall" Ok, then go to "Device Manager" right click the relevent "Adapter" and UNINSTALL DRIVER. When asked if ya want to remove "Completely" answer "Yes"... This should be OK at this point.

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