One day, I looked at the packaging and noticed "WIRELESS" printed in big bold letters and I though to myself: "...Wireless..." I quickly called up my ISP and got Wireless Internet set-up easily.
Here's the problem. The house I'm typing this in is a new house that I have recently moved into. My old house had wireless Internet with a completely different ISP and modem. I BELIEVE that the new ISP software is trying to take over the old Wireless network card, while the old network card software is trying to run by itself. I'm not sure if this is even possible, (which is why this topic is posted here ) but every so often, my Wireless Internet will cut-out, and if I try to repair the connection using the default Windows settings, it says that it is unable to find the network. However, if I open up the new ISP software, I am able to see the networks, but NOT connect for some reason. The only way to solve this Wireless connection problem is to exit the new ISP program from the system tray, and manually connect my wireless with the default windows settings.
If this is possible, or if this is a problem, please reply. This is getting on my nerves.