Delete a Network Adapter

Delete a Network Adapter

Post by simo » Sat, 10 Jan 2004 01:49:40


Hi,
I want to know how to delete a network adapter on a iPAQ
3970 running ppc2003. I have the correct Buffalo adapter
and working but everytime I request something over the
network I get a cannot connect bubble due to an old dodgy
adapter i loaded on a while ago.
In my 'Configure Network Adapters' it is listed.

regards Simon.
 
 
 

Delete a Network Adapter

Post by dblue » Sun, 11 Jan 2004 23:52:41

Either a hard reset or editing the register, neither of which should be
taken lightly without pre-planning wtih backups- etc.

 
 
 

Delete a Network Adapter

Post by Beverly Ho » Mon, 12 Jan 2004 04:04:41

Uninstalling the driver will sometimes do it.

If you are comfortable with a registry editor, the keys are easily id'
and removable... seee http://www.yqcomputer.com/ #DHCP will give you
a starting point to look for the entries.

Hope this helps...
Beverly Howard

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Delete a Network Adapter

Post by Beverly Ho » Mon, 12 Jan 2004 04:05:03

Uninstalling the driver will sometimes do it.

If you are comfortable with a registry editor, the keys are easily id'
and removable... seee http://www.yqcomputer.com/ #DHCP will give you
a starting point to look for the entries.

Hope this helps...
Beverly Howard

=============================================================
Note; The contents of my postings and responses here represent my
personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views, thoughts or
feelings of Microsoft or any of its employees.

I am not an employee of Microsoft. I visit and post here because I
(generally ;-) enjoy the experience and learn a lot by participating here.

More info on the MVP program at ... well... that page doesn't work any
more... why didn't anyone tell me? Try
http://www.yqcomputer.com/