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in WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE,we'll just type the word UNINSTALL A PROGRAM in the space provided above the START BUTTON and click it,then follows the next instructions...maybe,the approach in WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE and VISTA in uninstalling a program is nearly the same...
you just have to FIND OUT where you can find the "UNINSTALL A PROGRAM"..
I suppose you can find it in the CONTROL PANEL... :D
-- I HOPE THIS COULD HELP...
Windows doesn't detect Ethernet connected devices. You could hook up a dozen Ethernet Modems and Windows would not see any of them, but they all would work fine using TCP/IP. It is not like you installed the DSL Modem/Router inside the case of the PC. You do know how Ethernet works, right? The only driver needed is the correct one for your Ethernet card, but that comes the Ethernet Card or the Motherboard Drivers CD for onboard Ethernet.
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