My wireless internet worked fine, never really had any problems except the odd few were I could find it, connect, but the internet didn’t work, after a while it seemed to resolve its-self. I purchased a new base the other day; I put the disc in to install the wireless router via an Ethernet cable internet worked fine. Then I tried to connect on my Windows XP home edition laptop, which I only really use for downloading films and music, I couldn’t find my wireless connection, I could find the rest of the streets just not mine. I restarted the laptop and while I was waiting tried my windows vista laptop, after refreshing the search 3 or 4 times I found it, the internet works fine. Next I tried my Xbox wireless adapter, found both the wireless A+G connections, connected first time worked fine. Went back to my home edition laptop, still nothing and has been this way for a good few days. The problem being I can find wireless internet, just not mine even if the laptop is next to the router. My knowledge of how these things work are basic, but I always seem to find the problem just this one has me stumped. So I am hopping you intelligent people can help me out. The laptop is an Acer Travel-mate 4060, and connects using an Intel (R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network connection, the driver version is 18.104.22.168, if that’s any help. The IP Address and DNS Address are both set to automatic. My Router is a Linksys Wireless A+G Router that Xbox recommended to me. The model number is WRT55AG. I have a Webstar Scientific-Atlanta Modem, I don’t know much about firmwire or what ever it is called to tell you what version I have. I connect using Internet Explorer if that’s any help. That’s everything I can think of except, I am eating a penguin and still not dressed, and I have a 50th to get to in 30 minutes. Other than that if you need any more information then just ask, I will reply as quickly as I can. Also you can give me a clue on where to find the information you need then please include it as my knowledge is not great. Thanks for the Help.