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All of them are already disabled except Wireless Network Connection
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Can you delete aapt dial up connection?
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both dial up options can be deleted

delete both or just aapt dial up?
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both dial up options can be deleted

delete both or just aapt dial up?
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If you don't need any of them delete both. If you need one delete only aapt which was created by your previous service provider. It's not useful any more.
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another thing...go to the control panel...folder options...view tab...uncheck automatically search for network folders and printers
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ok, fixed !!!
appreciate the help, thanks!!!
GEEKS TO GO ROCKS!!!

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your welcome...and thanks for letting us know... :)
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