I just recently bought a bunch of new stuff for my computer, a new motherboard, processor, video card, RAM, the works. So, I reformatted. I finished installing everything and setting up my connection to the network last Friday, and all was well, but every once in a while, my connection would pause for about a second, like I was on DSL or something. I have a WMP54G that I got in Dec '04 when I moved into my new house. We now have a WAP encryption wireless network set up(my brother seems to think we need more than WEP at our house...). Anyways, yesterday, I left my house for about three hours, I left my computer on, I wasn't downloading anything, the only things I was connected to was trillian and x-fire. I came back, and my internet had been disconnected. No one else had been home to screw with anything, so I just assumed I lost my connection for a few minutes, which happens every once in a while. I've tried repairing, updating and rolling back drivers, getting the latest management software from linksys, using XP's Wireless Zero thing, doing system restore, and uninstalling and reinstalling the card. Nothing has worked. There are multiple networks in my neighborhood, one of which is unsecure, I've connected to it a few times in the past, it's slow and unstable, but it works. I managed to connect to the internet and view a website before it cut out yesterday, but since then, I've had no luck. Today when I tried to connect to my home network, it actually did, and it said "Limited or no connectivity" for about 30 minutes before disconnecting itself. I have a great connection to my network, usually between 85-100%. Every other computer in the house connects to the internet with no trouble. Anyone know what this problem might be caused by, and how to fix it?