Failed AirPort attempts on System Preferences

Mala

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Nov 19, 2003
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I have now been trying to set up my AirPort Express network for around 24 hours, and am ready to join the Poison Apple Underground. I have five failed attempts at network setups named in my System Prefs.

How do I nuke these? It's kind of a lack in Panther that there isn't a "Delete this network" button in the Internet prefs.
 

MrBond

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Jan 27, 2005
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London, England
If you go into network in system prefs and choose location at the top of the window you are given the option of editing locations. This option will allow you to delete unwanted locations.
 

Mala

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Nov 19, 2003
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MrBond, I did this, but it doesn't seem to offer any delete option.
 

mkrishnan

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Jan 9, 2004
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Hehehe poison apple underground... *tries to stop giggling*

Ummm, okay, forgive me for being so explicit, but just in case you're accidentally going to the wrong place in prefs.... Launch system preferences. Then click Network. Then click the list pulldown for location. Then click Edit Locations... The delete button is the third one down on the right side of the list of locations.
 
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