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Removing these connections isn’t as obvious as you’d think either. I'm an adventurist, fun loving and caring. I had missed the "configure" button and couldn't find a way to delete an old VPN connection. etc........(OH AND A 'LIMITED' PROB)... have a peek here

Dont like doing that unless I have to. Right click shows the "Delete" option grayed out. The other is unknown. If not, there should be.

Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top tonyespo Posts: 81 This post has been reported. Then you can delete it. So lets see how to delete these network connections in Windows 7 first.Delete / Rename Network Connections In Windows 7First things first let get into the “Network and Sharing Center”. TIA for any answers / help received.

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Error #427539. FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. This is what I have under the network adapter tab. This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Thanks for the Extra Tip 2. So I was trying to get rid of the connections that are not used. To post a message, join us or sign in.Deleting Network Connections Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by BobHelms, Sep 18, 2010. Anybody help me in deleting these other LAN connection #'s????

After some looking about, I figured out that running "devmgmt.msc" takes you to Device Manager where one can View > Show Hidden Devices.thanks for the info,Dave Left by Dave G on Extra Tip 1: Using the "Network and Sharing Center", click on the icon to change the icon and network name. View & remove all previously (non-connected) NIC adapters: set DEVMGR_SHOW_NONPRESENT_DEVICES=1 devmgmt.msc View > Show Hidden Devices Now, you can remove any adapters that were previously installed (but no longer present) in If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate?

I strive to create a community that empowers people to be themselves. First I would like to say I'm new here, and that I did a forum search and didn't find anything relating to my problem. THAT IS WHY I (DO NOT) WANT YOU TO DELETE (ANYTHING) FROM THE REGISTRY !!!!! If I figure out how to eliminate multiple NIC/LAN #'s, I'll definitely post results back here so somebody who searches can use some time down the road can use for reference!

Log in with FacebookLog in with TwitterLog in with GoogleYour name or email address: Do you already have an account? ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy GET ARTICLES BY EMAIL Enter your email address to get our daily newsletter. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top daven Posts: 2 This post has been reported. http://inviewsoftware.com/cannot-delete/cannot-delete-vpn-connection-windows-xp.html The problem is, Windows remembers the previous adapter (even if it is physically removed), so you can't rename the adapter, otherwise it would conflict with previously named adapters.

I tried to run the Devcon thing and I can't get it to run. My apologies for not proof reading better. dms05 08:22 16 Dec 07 Thanks for the responses.

It is a (name change) and (not) the connection or a protocol change.

It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program. The current LAN Internet connection was installed by my son and he used the wrong settings (he didn't realise that using a router didn't need Internet connection Sharing to be enabled). Physically remove the network adapter if it's an add-on card, or: 2. then restart the computer and it should autorecognise the card adn ask for the driver /edit.

deffinately uninstall all three like i said above and reinstall it Reply Reply With Quote March 25th, 2005,11:24 AM #5 Dooin' it View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries http://www.vincentverhagen.nl/.....indows-xp/ ------------------------------------------ EDIT: 1 Change Name of Wireless Connection in Registry - BE CAREFUL http://windowsitpro.com/articl.....istry.html EDIT 2 Download and Install this FREE registry cleaner. Please leave a comment or share this post!About Todd I'm the President of WireFlare. http://inviewsoftware.com/cannot-delete/cannot-delete-wireless-connection.html From all of us at WireFlare we ask that you help others find the answers they are looking for.

In network connections, I see 3 things Disabled Broken Connection ( I renamed it to that) Disabled Local Area Connection (i removed the cable and am going wireless) Use lklkj or whatever for username and pw. Under view your active networks, click on the network icon (when in LAN connection mode). that could be part of your problem also.

It's because the router isn't letting any other computers on. tonyespo, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/269155 Also in Network Manager, DELETE any ghost network connections. ----------------------------------- Copied solution from another source: ----------------------------------- Device Manager Does Not Display Devices That Are Not Connected to the Windows as for the problem if you have lan 1 lan 2 and lan 3 but only one port on the back of the comptuer, that same card has been installed three Extra Tip 2: Start "Local Security Policy".

I even found Microsoft instructions saying to do just that! I like building large-scale fault-tolerant distributed systems and embedded devices. The problem is whenever I screw with the registry I end up getting my computer where it won't boot and I have to go to safe mode and such and re-install http://www.microsoft.com/techn.....x?mfr=true Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top tonyespo Posts: 81 This post has been reported.

All other PC's at the shop connect no prob. The nonpresent ghosts should now reveal themselves. Is there any way to delete these other than via the Registry? Stay logged in Toggle WidthStylewindowsForum v1.0.3HomeContact UsHelpTerms and Rules TopThis website is not affiliated, owned, or endorsed by Microsoft Corporation.

Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. It will fail than ask if you want to connect anyway. And...Pietro Perugino Nice post! It's named "Wireless Network Connection 4".

I have to manually connect to the network and enter my Wireless Password every time I boot the PC now. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. I have tried everything I can think of and I can't get my connection number back to 1 and get rid of the no longer used connections.