Windows 7 laptop adds number to ssid

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by paps36, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. paps36

    paps36 New Member

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    I have a laptop that's running Win7 ultimate. I can connect to my home wireless network, but it add's a number to the end of my ssid. If it says ssid (4) than I will have problems connecting to internet and other computers on my network, but if it says ssid (2) than I have no problems. The question I have is how to keep my laptop from adding the numbers to my ssid, so I have no problems connecting to my home wireless network?
     
  2. furmek

    furmek New Member

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    1. Go to "Network and Sharing Center"
    2. under "View your active connections", click on the icon (bench, building, house...)
    3. "Set network properties" dialog will appear
    4. click "manage or delete network locations"
    5. delete unneeded networks, or use merge .


     
  3. Kennychua

    Kennychua New Member

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    You're so awesome. That worked like a charm!!!
     

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