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 Netwrok Adapter Local Area Connection Vista?

Answer Your COpmputer has 2 Network CArds,1. Wireless which you are using2. Wired which youare not using. Local Area Network is his nameIt is not a Issue, it is like this.If you want not to see this messe... Read More »
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Where do you find ''Local Area Connection'' in windows 7?

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