I recently purchased a Belkin Wirless "G" Router to support my wireless home network. I then installed a Linksys Wireless card that I had purchased a while back (WMP11 ver.2.7 / 802.11b) on my 2nd desktop. After installing the card (in the proper order outlined in the manual) I noticed that the card wasn't connecting to the network. I was using the proper SSID, Network type and channel, but nada. I thought it was some setting, so I inserted the Setup CD back in and voila, I have internet. Now here's the problem: everytime I boot up my Windows 2000 with SP4, I notice the Linksys Icon in the tray but it remains inactive. When I boot up the computer with the Install CD for the Linksys network card I have internet. So what gives. I've tried every fix imaginable off the Support site from Microsoft, but nothing. I called Linksys, but after some troubleshooting, they told me it's the Operating Software. They told me all my drivers are up to date too. I should note that this card works fine on my windows XP computer. Furthermore, I often get the error message: "Access violation at address 0041258B in module 'SetupWizard.exe'. Read of address 000002F4" Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks.