A few days ago, my wireless internet (connected via a PCMCIA adapter, as the laptop I am using is quite ancient) was working fine, I turned the computer off for the night, and the following day, when I booted up, it recognized that my home network was there and available, but simply would not connect. If I tried to, it would say "not connected" in the Windows Zero Config app, and I had previously disabled the software that came with the adapter. I tried the computer on another network, to be sure that it wasn't a problem with my network or router, and the problem persisted. I then bought a new wireless adapter, this time USB, to rule out a problem with my card or PCMCIA slot, and nothing changed. One thing I did notice though was that while playing around, enabling the adapter software and disabling Windows Zero Config and vice versa, the software for the PCMCIA slot adapter did not pick up a signal and seemed generally non-responsive, while the USB adapter's software picked the network up and claimed to connect to it - except the internet remained non-functional. Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be and how I could go about fixing it? I'll be happy to provide any additional information that might be helpful... Thanks!