I've got at&t dsl and my old 2wire gateway went toes up. My new one (2Wire 2701 HG-B) came in the mail while I was at work and so my wife set it up. I'm not sure what she did but now I have a '2Wire DSL Setup Tool' icon on my desktop that I can't get rid of. It's one of those that looks like a white hard disk icon. If I click on it a window comes up that says 2Wire Setup Tool and has the little Applications icon in it. If I click that then it warns me that it is an application downloaded off the Internet. It gives me 'go to web page', 'cancel', and 'open' options. If I click open then it just runs the tool, opens Safari and tells me everything is OK. I've tried dragging the icon to the trash to eject but each time I start my MBP it shows up again with the same warning. My 'show hard disks' option in Finder is unchecked. I've gone into Applications and tried to rectify the problem there to no avail. My Internet works fine, I'm just tired of this tool coming up every time I start my computer and giving me that warning about opening it. It's driving me crazy--HELP!!