After I did a windows easy transfer last night from my desktop (Dell Dimension) to my new laptop (Dell Inspiron 1525) , I noticed that, after I did a reboot, Windows could no longer find the network that the computer is connected to. I have to manually turn it on by doing a Windows network repair every time I turn the laptop on or restart it. My laptop connected to the Internet wirelessly through a local home network (Comcast). My old computer, a Dell desktop is connected through a Linksys modem. When I got my new Dell laptop couple days ago and added it to the network, everything worked normal, there were no problems, and whenever I turned the laptop on, Windows automatically locates the network, just like it's supposed to. Now, it doesn't. Now, when I turn the laptop on, I get this popup message: "Your Wi-Fi Catcher band configuration is not compatible with your WLAN card band configuration. Select YES to automatically change your Wi-Fi Catcher Band or NO to keep your current band configuration." Choosing "yes" never seems to make a difference, because the internet still doesn't come on. So I have to turn the internet on manually by choosing "Diagnose Why Windows can't find any networks" and then choosing "Start Windows Wireless Service". Doing that works and my internet connection returns. But I don't want to have to do that every time I turn the laptop on. What should I do?