Alright, my old router died due to a power outage yesterday and i purchased a new one today. I set it all up, and the internet works on the main computer and my laptop. The laptop asked for my WPA-Personal key, but my other computer (about a year and a half old) will not connect, it sais it could be out of range (it's not though). When i went to set up the connection in advanced properties, it only gives the options Disabled and WEP for the WEP/WPA key.. My laptop gives WPA-PSK (the one i'm using) aswell as all the other choices. When I tried putting the key as a normal WEP key it obviously wouldn't work, saying it had to be 5 or 13 ASCII characters, etc. Do I have to make a regular WEP key for my internet to connect, or can I update something on my computer to get it to recognize the WPA-Personal key. Thank you and sorry for the difficult to understand issue.., Ross Lepera.