Could be that by connecting to an out side Wireless some setting change so
it does not match any more your Home setting.
Check the Wireless configuration to make sure that it is compatible with
your parameters and security settings.
This page was meant for XP but the general principle applies to Vista Well. http://www.ezlan.net/wireless.html
These two pages have specific instructions for Vista. http://www.loughborough.ac.uk/comput...ta-guided.html http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../bb878035.aspx
BTW, Vista is not as bad as you think, the fact is that Millions of people
are successfully using Wireless with Vista.
"kee1108" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> I have a computer expierencing problem detecting wireless network in
> some places. The computer can detect network with no problem in some
> But it cannot detect my home wireless network all of a sudden, it can
> before. Now I still have other XP computers which are using the
> wireless at home with no problem. So I am just wondering why the Vista
> computer suddenly cannot detect the network at home. There is no switch
> for wireless for the computer. It is Fuji Lifebook S Series.
> Any guidance will be appreicated.