I've come home from university for a couple of weeks and am trying to connect to my home wireless but having problems. Whilst at my flat down at university I have no problems connecting to my wireless internet. The PC at home doesn't have any problems connecting to the internet either. At first last night I could connect to the internet but no webpages would load - I checked the Internet protocol and was using a static IP address which I had set up for my internet at university, so I changed it to obtain an IP address automatically, but now I can't seem to get past the "acquiring network address" stage, although it can detect numerous wireless networks. I'm a bit baffled by this and don't know where to start. I'm running Windows Xp 32-bit. The laptop that cannot connect is a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pi 1505. I have never connected to this particular wireless network with this laptop before, but I have connected to other wireless networks so I assume it is not hardware related. I found this in the list of available networks >> "Computer problems? call 078*******". Its probably harmless but just wondering whether maybe somehow someone is blocking it??? Just seemed a bit suspicious, however the PC can still connect. Any help would be greatly appreciated.