I have a network of 3 computers, 2 desktops attached by network cable, and a laptop with a wireless card. I believe the problem I am having is with the wireless connection.
The wireless router I am using is a:
"Netgear 108mbps Wireless firewall router"
The wireless card for the laptop is a:
"DrayTek Vigor560 Wireless 11g CardBus Adapter"
The Internet connection we have is ISDN, and ICS is activated, so I had to change the router IP to 192.168.0.4 so the main computer could take the main address. I also had to disable DHCP on the router.
The wireless connection was working relitively fine, then I downloaded "Ad-Aware SE Personal" and "Registry Mechanic" to take care of a few problems. After running the programs and fixing up the spyware problems, I rebooted. I now get an error message reading:
! Could not connect WMI
The Wireless connection now does not work. I have tried using system restore to fix the problem and messed around with a few other things but have not come closer to solving anything. If I attach a cable to the laptop, I can access the network (the network also has a few problems but lets focus on this first).
Although I am not a networking Guru, I am fairly computer literate and have had some experiences with network problems before. I am new to this whole wireless thingy though.
I've attached a screenshot of a bunch of windows that I think are related to the problem. If more information is required, just ask.
Any help would be excellent.