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MacBook Pro - Network Settings


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How can you remove a network adapter in the system preferences. I just got a verizon broadband card for my macbook pro. I installed the software and now i just found out that mac has the drivers built in. I'm not sure how to properly uninstall the software or remove the adapter in system preferences (it shows 2 usb cards in there)

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