Have you tried taking the card out, and putting it back in? Also, have you tried moving around with the laptop, and seeing if you get closer, if it will work?
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wait u said ur SSID dont show up in the available networks from your laptop?
same thing happened to me with my network adapter, but i was piggybacking on someone i think and know its GONE!! BOO-HOO!
do u have a computer thats not a laptop and u have a network adapter (one thats not a PC Card...)
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It sounds to me like a mounted network folder is trying to connect to a drive letter that is already assigned.
eg. trying to mount network folder \\computerone\folderofstuff to local drive letter C: won't work if C: already exists.
" i think theres something like clearing a cache of somehting thats connected to ur c: drive"
I;m not sure what you mean b that can you explain a wee bit more please? Also, you said I might need to buy a new laptop card, I thought it would never stop working but can they? It seems to still recognise the card when I put it in the PCMCIA slot it's jiust there's no network showing?
Definitely try changing the channel before spending $ on a new card. Try 6 on the router and then put 6 in all the users cards.
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Ummmm .... if you know there are other wireless routers near you.... stay away from channel 6. Channel 6 is the default for linksys wireless routers and possibility for all other brands too. It is a very busy channel.