I am trying to connect to the internet via my wireless internet connection, and I am having a terrible time. I have the icon in the bottom right on my taskbar that shows an Intel Pro/Set Wireless manager, and it has a red X through it. I right click on the icon and my only two options that I am able to use are disable radio, and troubleshooting... There are other options, but they are greyed out, like use windows to manage internet, etc. And when I click on disable radio, it still does not disconnect, because when I right click again on the icon, my options are the same. I have disable radio again, and troubleshooting. I have gone through ALL the troubleshooting stuff that comes up when I open it, and they all seem like pretty idiot proof tips to follow, but I cannot open any of those options on my computer, everything is greyed out. And yes, I do have my wireless card on, the WiFi light is lit up. I have a Dell 6000 laptop with Windows XP. My parent's laptop connects to my wireless, and my friend's laptop connects, but mine does not, and it will not detect any wireless networks at all, and there are about 14 in my area. I have even tried uninstalling Intel Pro/Set Wireless then restarting, and it re-identifies the device and re-installs it on re-start, but still to no help to me. Anyone dealt with this before. I can connect to the internet still by cord, just no wireless whatsoever. Please help guys.