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I can't open view wireless networks

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i am using a belkin wireless network thing anyway i don't like the utility they provide to connect to the network also i can't create additional peer to peer connections. but when i try and "view wireless connections" it says to use the soft ware that was provided, so i thought i would uninstall the utility but then when i went to look for the wireless connections dialog box i couldn't find it.

can any one help me out here?

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Hello dan3411 and Welcome to Geeks to Go,

I am a little unclear on what you are asking for help with. Could you please provide a little clarity for me:

Are you wanting to uninstall the the Belkin Wireless card utility configuration manager and switch over to Windows WZC?

And are you unable to find the Belkin Wireless card utility configuration manager at all (for uniinstallation)?

In refferrence to wanting to create more Peer 2 Peer connections I hope you are just using poor wording on this as Geeks to Go cannot support troubleshooting P2P connections, but instead maybee you are refferring to File and Print Sharing amongst other PC's located within your own Local Network. If so then I can help you with that as well?

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