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Hi guys,

My situation is this: At uni, I've installed Virgin internet, including a Wireless Network Assistant on my laptop. Everything is working fine.

At home, however - where I am for this weekend, and where I really need internet connection - I cannot connect to our home internet. I've always been able to in the past. It has always been a simple matter of clicking available network connections, entering the password, and connecting. I assume, therefore, that it's something to do with Virgin that's messing it up.

It detects the network, but can't connect. I've tried uninstalling my Virgin wireless assistant, but it doesn't let me uninstall it - saying that the program's in use, when it's not according to my Task Manager.

I'm at a complete loss as to what to do... any help will be much appreciated! If it's any use to you, I'm on a Vista laptop.

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