Hmm..Not sure. I'll post back if i find anything but in the mean time you may want to verify that your wireless adapter is picking up your DNS server's automatically. Click on Start>Control Panel>Network Connections>Right Click your Wireless Connection>Go to Properties>Highlight Internet Protocol TCP/IP> go to Properties and make sure down below ''obtain a DNS sever Address Automatically'' is bubbled in. These are standard settings, now it is possible that your ISP may have some other settings you need to input there but not usually, so try that.
Also have you tried uninstalling and re-installing the latest drivers for your adapter, im getting a feeling something got screwed up there. Additionally, you may want to check the encryption type your wireless adapter is using, WPA2? WPA? WEP? Although WPA2 is most secure, you may want to try a different one to see if that will get you connected. Possibly your WAP (Wireless Access Point) is using WPA2 and your adapter is on WPA so, check into that.
Edited by l0stb0y760, 11 June 2009 - 09:00 PM.