Ok here is my problem and i will try to be as descriptive as possible. Please bare with me because it was very late last night when I was trying to fix this. For starters I have a linksys e3000 router which is working fine (I think). Since the router is dual band I split the 2.4ghz and the 5.0ghz frequencies since i have many 802.11g devices that I didnt want to slow down my more important 802.11n devices. I have the 2.4ghz band for all 802.11a/b/g devices and the 5.0ghz only for 802.11n devices. My laptop has Win7 64bit and is on the 802.11n network, which is running outstandly, however my wife's laptop (Toshiba w/ WinVista can't remember if its 32 or 64 bit) will connect to the 802.11a/b/g network but won't access the internet. I checked to make sure that it wasn't the a/b/g network but I have several other devices connected to it, but none of them are PCs (ipod, Wii, nintendo DSlite and DSi to name a few). Vista is saying limited connectivity but I can't get anything over the network. I did a loop back ping and the NIC is working right i tried ipconfig /release and /renew and they keep failing with an error that says something about not being able to get to the DHCP server. I tried a netsh refresh but that also keeps failing. I don't understand because just a few weeks ago we turned her laptop on and it connected to the network and internet with no issues. I have not changed any router or config settings on her computer since then. Anybody have any ideas or suggestions? Please help and thanks!