I have an old Toshiba tank of a laptop that's running XP. Just rebooted after it sitting dormant for months and am having trouble connecting to the wireless network our neighbor hosts for our two apartments. I have a password that works fine for my two Macs but am running into issues with the Toshiba. I believe her wireless router is an Apple brand. Looking into the Wireless Network Connection Properties, I see the network I'm usually on. Connection status shows "limited or no connectivity", 66 packets sent, 0 received. Clicking the network properties I pull up a new window with three 3 tabs, Association, Authentication, and Connection. On Assoc tab I see a field for the network key and field to confirm it. When I enter the usual, I get a warning, "The network password needs to be 40bits or 104bits depending on your network confirguration. This can be entered as 5 or 13 ascii characters or 10 or 26 hexadecimal characters." The password I have used on the Macs is 15 characters long. When I try to Repair the connection, it goes through the following: "Disabling the wireless network adapter" then "Renewing your IP address". Fails becasue it cannot complete the second task. Network details provides the following: I have a Physical Address, IP Address 169.xxx.xxx.52 and Subnet Mask but no Default Gateway, DNS server or WINS server, whatever they are. Those last three are blank.