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From what I can see in the picture, you have two wireless networks,which actually you really dont need to worry about.
What happened here is that there are 2 networks created, which optionally you can connect to.
The OMRANWireless2 is the second option there which, if you know the password, either WEP or WPA, you'll be able to connect to it.
and since you are presently connected to the first one, and it is working fine, then there's no problem.
You can just click on refresh to see if it still comes out or if the connection has been switched off (From the server side,maybe).
But if you are the one that created OMRANNetwork2 by mistake, and you want to remove it, then you can click on the Network and Sharing Centre, On the network connections page, right-click on the wireless adapter icon then go to properties, then click on the wireless networks tab (In the middle), there you will see the wireless networks, and you can just click on anyone you don't want, and click on remove.
Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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