Last night I was cleaning up some old programs to free up some space, and removed BVRP netwaiting and digital line detect, PC-Cillin (which I haven't been using in over a year anyways), MS Office Accounting, and Business Contacts Manager for Outlook (Outlook was removed already, when I uninstalled MS Office 10 after my beta license ran out). None of them should have affected whether my computer can access the internet.
Afterwards, my computer refused to connect to the internet. It says that it is connected to my home wireless connection with limited connectivity, and when I run diagnose, various errors come up -- it says that the network adapter or wireless card are experiencing issues, to make sure my IP bindings are correct, or to move the laptop because there could be possible interference. I already tried to do a system restore but the only restore point available was right after I had deleted most of these programs so the only program I was able to restore was PC-Cillin. I downloaded drivers for my network adapter and wireless card on my netbook and installed them on the laptop, didn't work. I checked to make sure that IPV4 and IPv6 are selected in the configuration for my network adapter, they are. I've searched for a free download of Digital Line Detect just to see if uninstalling that was the problem, but I can't find it. When I do ipconfig/all on the command line prompt, everything says "Media disconnected." I have also rebooted my router, no change. My netbook (windows 7) has no issues so I know it's not interference or a problem with my internet connection.
Is there anything I can try? I have already tried most of what I found through google. I'm in France but my computers are American, if that means anything.