In that case, Windows 7 would see it was no longer viewing its previous network but a new one. It usually asks if it's a home or work network. Windows "creates" the new network identity. If it's wireless and broadcasting the SSID, you should see it by that SSID an be able to plug in the correct password. It's possible that other wireless networks are also visible to the computer and you're seeing those as well. In any event, were you given the SSID of the network to use as well as the password. That's where you should try to connect. When you return to your previous location, Windows should remember it and all should be well. If you go to some other place and connect, Windows will create another network icon...and so on and so on. What are we missing here?
Hi everyone. We are on vacation at a rental house. My girlfriend attempted to connect to the wireless connection. Instead of doing that, she somehow created a whole new network. Now, the existing network is gone. Her network is showing up but we can't connect because the password is wrong.
Can anyone help!? Ideally please let me know how to delete her newly created network and create a new one. I have the network name and password for the condo'a original connection. So I figured if someone can tell me how to erase her new network I could create another one with the original information.
We have a windows 7 PC and the router is a net gear g54.