Wireless G Adapted for Notebooks with Speedbooster (WPC54GS Ver 2) Windows 2000 shows this adapter under Local Area Connections, with the red X indicating cable is unplugged. (In XP, they have a seperate section for Wireless Connections. Is this not so in Windows 2000?) Can see the SSID of my router and others in the neighborhood, but cannot associate with the access point. I do have other wireless devices associating with the access point, a WRT54G Ver 1. Oddly, it has worked a couple of times when I rebooted the system (the red X would go away too) -- repeatedly reinstalling the software does not help. Applied Windows 2000 service pack 4 just to be sure. Removed and reinstalled TCP/iP also. Any thoughts out there? Wish there was a wireless networking upgrade for Windows 2000... sigh. Any help appreciated.