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Network setup wizard

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how do i delete the previously established network which was created just using the windows network setup wizard? as i have lost the copy that i made and have two different networks now. i want to get rid of both of them and start from scratch?
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    dragoness1 Apr 22, 2009

    strange one, this has nothing to do with the above motherboard. its just the network setup wizard but somehow its bounded it to the motherboard..

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Creating RIS images
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