|Do you know anybody who is computer savvy? If yes, offer to feed them dinner if they'll come over and take a crack at fixing your wireless connection. I say this because for a friend, I'll often fix something computer related for them if they feed me. I won't charge a friend for something small and relatively simple....but it's always a nice gesture on their part to offer (which is when I'll say, "Forget $$$, just feed me")|
It's terribly hard to help people who aren't computer savvy because I can't walk you through the steps through posting in here.
If you don't know anybody, then here's what to try:
1) Ensure you have the most up-to-date drivers for the wireless interface on your laptop.
2) if #1 doesn't fix your issue, click on my name in my response above and read my "how-to" guide on "troubleshooting wireless issues"
If none of the above helps, then you may want to take it in to a qualified professional and have them look at it. Just a heads-up for you. When I say qualified professional I don't mean the tech at an "electronics store". If you must take your unit it first see if it's covered by warranty. If it is, take it where they tell you to. If it's not, find a Computer Store.
A computer store, unlike an electronics store, sells only computers and computer related items. They're more likely to be smaller, family owned and have better technicians. Also, they're less likely to jerk you around. Before comitting, talk to people and find out who they deal with and compare notes.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.