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Can see neighbours networks, but can't see mine own anymore!

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Until yesterday, I was able to connect to the internet on my desktop via a Gigafast router and Belkin network adapter.
During the day yesterday, it would occasionally loose connection, but today I couldn't get it back. When I search for available networks I can see a number of my neighbours networks, but not my own. The router is working as I'm using it and my network to access my laptop to post this. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the network adapter, did a system restore and changed the channels, trying them all. I search still brings up every network but my own. What have I missed?
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If you can see their networks, it is because they have SSID Broadcasting enabled. Check your menu, yours may be disabled.
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