I have a new HP laptop running Windows 7 and a home network setup with a wireless router. The other computers on my home network are wired in and I have used my laptop in the network with its wireless ability. Last night I left it running and when I awoke I found that it had suffered a shutdown. When I logged back in I could not get internet services. I have run the troubleshooter in network connections and have received the following message: "Peer Name Resolution Protocol Service (PNRPsvc) is not running." I have never encountered this particular problem and I am not familiar with PNRPsvc. The wired in computers are all fine and have no problem connecting to the internet. We just replaced our old router with this new one which is g/n compatible and we had no problems before. We live in the country with no close neighbors so I did not set up a password. It should automatically connect like before. If anyone knows how I can fix this I would greatly appreciate it.