Ok, lets go to the "Start Menu", from there find "Control Panel, then find either "Network and Internet Connections" or "Network Connections". If you have "Network and Internet Connection", click that and then click "Network Connections". I want you to be on this screen:
As you can see in the picture here, we have a "Wireless Network Connection" and a "Local Area Connection" right below it.
If "Wireless Network Connection" is grayed out, then it is disabled. You can right click on it and then click "Enable" to enable it.
Also, if you would, clarify for me what you mean by "I am connected just fine to the home network".
One more thing, can you post the output of "ipconfig /all". I'd like to see if you have anything set as static entries.
Edited by Gravity Gripp, 30 April 2008 - 11:08 AM.