Apparently, that’s the problem, even though I have successfully added the network manually, using the same settings as my other laptop which has no trouble connecting. So now, the network appears in my “Connect to a wireless network” box, but whenever I try to connect, it says “Windows cannot connect to *name of network*” So when I troubleshoot the problems, it states “Check your wireless settings. Make sure your computer is in range of *Network* and that the network settings match the wireless router or access point settings.” I KNOW it’s in range because my other computer is connected properly right next to this one. So it must be a problem with my network settings. Though I don’t see how that can be because my settings on both computers are exactly the same, but one’s connected and one’s not. Could the problem simply be that I haven’t logged on to my router online to add this computer to the network?