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I think that I figured this part since my post but, I continue to get the little annoying “pop up” screen when I come close to a wi-fi or ISP I guess. I click the “do not show again” but it pops up again when I get in range of another ISP

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  • DrRay Apr 27, 2008

    Thanks---I definately bought this with 0 knowledge of what I was getting

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U need to got it to your settings, then sounds and notifications, then notifications,scroll down to wireless network dector. and uncheck display message on screen and or play sound its ur choice

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  • Mya Bragg Apr 28, 2008

    its ok im really good with this kind of stuff any more questions let me know

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