Question by  varex (330)

How do you go about deleting a recognized network on an XP?

I have a network that I need to remove from my XP.


Answer by  Kit (558)

First make sure that the network is disconnected and it is not running. Then Right Click the network icon, from the context menu, click delete.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

You can click network connections and then right click and select the button that says remove. This will allow you to remove network connections on Windows XP. This means that no longer will you have access to the network or no longer will this network be used. This will surely help.


Answer by  MPyles (201)

What you need to do is right click on your tool bar where you see the wireless network in the bottom right corner. Then click view available networks. After that click on advanced settings and the at the top click in wireless networks. There you will see a list of networks and you can delete one if you wish.


Answer by  Nirmalmn (34)

Go to control panel disable firewall then click on System, click Hardware tab in new window, click on Device Manager, expand Network adapters, right click on unwanted network and uninstall.


Answer by  Kit (558)

Click the start button, Click My Network Places and Click View Network connections on the left Network Task Pane. Locate the network you want to delete, and right click it. From the context menu, click Delete and confirm the deletion.


Answer by  kbubba (44)

Open My network places, select entire network, select microsoft windows network, select the network to be deleted and click on the x button.

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