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How to remove Netowork Bridging

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Last night I bridged my connection between my Wireless and Local Area Connection to see what would happen (stupid idea). I then removed those 2 connections from the bridge, disabled and deleted the bridge but somehow it is still there. My wireless connection now has no internet connectivity. I noticed a new adapter is present when I go to Control Panel -> Network Connections and it is named 1394 Connection 9. All I want is for my wireless to work again. Please any ideas on how to get this stupid bridge removed? Thanks.
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These instructions are for Windows XP.
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