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Unknown Device

Im running a PC with Windows Vista. When I open my file explorer and click on network, I see computers that are supposed to be there. I also have 76 Unknown devices. When I click on properties of one of them, all I get is "Generic Network connection device" and a "Unique Identifier" with an entry of "B3D5EDEC-6CBC-5C62-8798-3EB960EC5016".

What are these and how do I get rid of them? 76 of them !!!

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