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My laptop is part of a network due to two unknown routers in my Network Infrastructure. I want to remove these foreign routers and remove my computer from the network they connect me to and remove all shared values or connections from my Laptop. Running Windows_7 Home Premium with 64 bits addressing. Can anyone help me solve this nuisance of a connection. I have a folder that I don't trust and cannot delete; ntusers.dat.
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:welcome: Hakiim8TS

My laptop is part of a network due to two unknown routers in my Network Infrastructure.

What type of network and can you please explain what you mean by "Network Infrastructure" a screenshot would be helpful, can you provide one please.

ntusers.dat. is a Windows registry file that contains user profiles, software and hardware information, I suggest that you leave it well alone or you risk making your computer inoperable.

Your duplicate OP has been closed so that you do not receive multiple replies which may lead to confusion.
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