I may not be posting this in the right place and I have no idea how to describe this exactly, but here goes: Yesterday, my DSL went out all of the sudden (I have a desktop with a DSL modem, and a Linksys network router thing, hooked to it and then my wireless laptop on the same network). I jiggled cordss, connected and reconnected everything, nothing seemed to fix it. While I was doing all of this, I accidentally cut the power to the desktop and when I cut it back on, I got this blue screen with an "inaccessible boot device" error. That blue screen has happened before so I fixed it the way I did before, booting from the Windows CD and running chkdsk /r in the recovery console (I think that's what it is called). But that was before I even had DSL So anyway, I left everything alone for about an hour and came back to try to get online. Keep in mind, everything is plugged in correctly and all appropriate lights are on the DSL modem, but I can't get online with the desktop. It says a broadband or dsl connection can't be found. I CAN however get online via the laptop and have a regular strong network connection. So, I don't know what to do...did I mess something up that can be redone with the chkdsk /r command? I don't know a lot about this. I ran the connection wizard type things via AOL and Internet Explorer, but both said no connection detected...beyond that, I'm clueless. Thaks!