| My computer no longer connects to my WiFi Internet connection when I boot up. If I check the wireless networks, I find that the computer is not picking any up. I normally pick up two other networks, in addition to my own. If I connect the cable to the back of the wireless router, it fails to connect it. If I then turn off my computer, reset my router, and reboot my computer, it connects both through the wire and via WiFi. I can then disconnect the wire, and the wireless network works fine. What is strange, is that after doing this, my computer also detects the other networks (presumably belonging to neighbours) it usually picks up. Why should what I have done affect the alien networks I pick up?|
When I turn my computer off, the next time I turn it on I have the same problem. I have done a couple of changes to my computer recently, one being to add a memory card, and another being to add a second screen. But I don't see how any of these should affect my Internet connection. Indeed, even if I tried turning my computer on without it being connected to the second screen, it still fails to pick up any wireless networks. I can't think of any logical explanation for this, and so I really don't know where to start insulting the problem out. Please help!