In article <0aa001c34805$1180b5b0$a001280aphx.gbl>, "Rita"
<yuenyeerhotmail.com> wrote:Open the Network Connections folder, right click the Network Bridge,>I have one PC and one laptop sharing the internet via
>cable modem. The laptop uses wireless PCI card and its
>operating system is Win ME. The NIC of the PC connects to
>a wireless router, and which then connects to the cable
>modem. I just upgraded the PC from Win XP Home to Win XP
>A new icon - two monitors with a red cross - appears at
>the right end of the task bar (beside the clock) after the
>upgrade. When I bring the cursor to the icon, it
>notes "Network Bridge A network cable is unplugged".
>Can anyone tell me what made this happen? And, how can I
>get rid of the new icon?
and delete it.
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