Can't Connect to Wireless Network in Win 7

February 27, 2010 at 23:16:28
Specs: Windows 7
I used to have a Trendnet TEW-632BRP router with the
Network name "eDadou". Now, my internet
provider asked me to change my ex-modem
and replace it by the new 2Wire Gateway
I changed the default name of the network
that was given by the modem (which also
function as a router) to eDadou.
I disabled SSID Broadcast, for obvious
Now that i try to connect with my laptop to
the network (Set up a Connection or
Network---Manually connect to a wireless
network) and i fill in all the correct info and
press next i get :

A network called eDadou already exists

Use the existing network
Choose a different name.

...i'm getting really frustrated lol because i
don't want to change the name of my network
and i don't want to enable SSID broadcast, if
you guys have an alternative solution please

i'm thinking maybe there's a way to delete the
remembered networks by windows 7,
because there is no one else around me
having a network name of eDadou, and then
just reconnect to it.

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February 27, 2010 at 23:35:19

I feel stupid i just found out that there was a button "Manage
wireless networks" in the Network and Sharing Center where you
can change the settings of each connection... Thank you
anyways :)

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