nevertheless, isn't it as simple as going to "My Network Places" from the desktop icon, or in the Start menu, highlighting the wireless connection and deleting it?
How did you remove the previous Linksys network connection?
There may also be an entry in the Add/Remove utility in the Control Panel where you an remove it, but I am not sure of that.
Or am I missing something here?
Hoping to find some help here, so here is the problem:
Started to rebuild my wireless network at home after getting a Mac, with my old PC desktop and PC Laptop (both XP Home Edition OS) being a part of the network. I decided to replace my old Linksys router (BEFW1154) with a Belkin N series, since I wanted to make my Mac the host, since this will be my computer and I manage all of the computers in our home.
Well, to make a long story short, I set up the Belkin and connected the Mac and PC desktop and started my file sharing to move folders over. I then went to startup the laptop and I kept getting errors in startup, only able to use Safe Mode to get into the system. I assume this is due to removing the Linksys network and replacing with Belkin, so I think the config is looking for this network. Not sure how to troubleshoot this and remove.
Short of copying essential files from the laptop and running the replacment disks that came with the laptop to get it back to it's original state, what can I do to remove this laptop from the old network? I thought I could put the Linksys back, use the desktop PC as the host again and remove this, but I had issues in setting up the Belkin and after working with my high speed ISP, they had to reboot modem, etc so the Mac address would sync up.
Any suggestions on how to trouble shoot this would be great.
Thanks in advance!