I have a home network. The PC (main) and 3 laptops. PC is wired Modem-Router-PC Laptops are wireless. The 2 laptops are able to pick up the signal and connect. The 3rd laptop is XP. Wireless-It will not pick up any signal in the networks. According to the computer, there is no network signals within range. (Which it is in range, for when I take 1 of the 2 other laptops that has connectivity in the same location, they pick up the signal just fine) When I move the laptop to the pc and do modem-router-laptop with a wired connection, connection is fine. Device manager shows PCMCIA card as a yellow question mark (needs correct driver). But I didn't think that the pcmcia card had anything to do with the wireless connection, as the slot in the laptop has always been blank. It is a HP laptop, couple of years old. Oh, it has worked before, maybe about 3 weeks ago, and as far as I know, no hardware/software changes have been made since then. I have even tried to manually enter the SSID and security key, and still no luck. I have made sure that I have all the windows update's done. HP tech support was no help, as I kept on telling them about the pcmcia driver, they kept on telling me to install graphic/video card drivers. Router is broadcasting SSID. Any advice? Oh, and will buying a PCMCIA card be an alternative fix to get a wireless signal?