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Inspiron 6000 will not connect to network

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Over the past couple of days, I have not been able to connect to a Netgear wireless router. We've had the router nigh on two years, and another laptop connected to the network works fine still. The same thing happened about two weeks ago, but then it resolved itself. I want to know why its not conecting - why does it give the 'another application' message shown below? Is it some kind of virus which is causing this?

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This is the message I get when I try to connect to the network manually, because it finds the router, it just wont connect. I have had malware troubles recently. This leads me to the opinion that there is a virus which is doing this. Can someone help?
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