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Wireless connection problems with Vista

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I just got a new Dell XPS 1530 last monday and up until this morning i've had no trouble connecting to my home network. I have a computer downstairs on XP that is connected to my modem and my router. My main desktop computer i use is upstairs and is connected wireless to the router downstairs, btw its on XP too. My laptop hasn't had any problems connecting to my network till today. I tried to connect but it says its 'identifying' the network and doesn't ever actually connect. I've tried disconnecting the power to my router and modem and plugging it back in and it didn't do anything. I've tried to get my laptop, which is running Vista, to diagnose the problem, didn't work. I've tried turning off my wireless card in the laptop and didn't work. Its weird that this happens all of the sudden, but does anyone have any advice they can lend to help me out?
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