My desktop previously had Windows 7 32 bit installed on it, and since I had so many applications installed on it, I had put off installing the 64 bit version. However, last night I decided to bite the bullet and put the 64 bit version on it before I install StarCraft II. The install process runs just fine and puts my old Windows settings in 'C:\Windows.old' directory. The first thing I did was to copy all of the files and folders from 'C:\Windows.old\Users'. Then I tried to connect to my wireless network. No dice. I can view all of the networks within my area, but it tells me that I have put in the incorrect password for my network. Thinking that I may have accidentally capitalized or spelled my password wrong, I reset my router. I then used my laptop and a hardwire to configure the network settings and put in a new password and saved the settings. I then connected my laptop wirelessly with the new password. I went back over to my desktop and tried to connect with the new password. Nada. I haven't had time to install the drivers for my wireless adapter (can't find the disc), nor have I been able to activate my copy of Windows 7 as I have yet to go online with it. Here are the specs of my PC: Intel Core i7 920 EVGA X58 SLI LE XFX GeForce GTX 260 Patriot Viper 6GB 1333 DDR3 RAM Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black HDD ASUS PCE-N13 IEEE 802.11b/g/n PCI Express Wireless Adapter My modem and router are: LINKSYS CM100-RM Cable Modem TRENDnet TEW-639GR My router has been set to use WPA2-PSK with AES. Any help or insight would be helpful! Note: I am at work for the next 6+ hours, so I won't be able to post screenshots or system dumps.