[Using Windows 7 and a Linksys WRT54G router]
I was having some connection issues, so I reset may router.
I went about the process of setting up a new SSID and whatnot via »192.168.1.1/
I used the same name for the router and SSID I had used before the connection troubles ("nworb"). So now under the network connections, "nworb" and "Other Network" are options, nworb being secured as I made it, requiring a password, "Other Network" not being secured.
It is apparent these are both coming from my Linksys router.
I have since fiddled with this a bit, resetting my router again and also going to Control Panel>Network and Internet>Network and Sharing Center>Manage wireless networks>remove "nworb", so that I have no wireless networks listed.
Still, nworb appears as an available network when I click the wireless bars on the lower right of the taskbar, and "nworb" now requires the security key (NOT the password I chose earlier).
I am currently on the internet with the other network that appeared after resetting, named "linksys"...
I'm not sure where exactly I went wrong. Now I have nworb, which is no longer listed under "Manage Wireless Networks" and which I do not know the security key to, and linksys, which is the new one that came up after resetting, which I can connect to w/o any password or key.
Does anyone know how I can just get rid of all this, restore things to normal, and have one single, named, secured network again?
Thanks a lot for your time and attention.