When you say you tried to set up another wireless network using the wizard, do you mean using the windows network wizard or the router wizard?In order to get a wireless signal for your computer to connect to , you may need to tell the router to transmit one. To do this, you may need to set up a wireless network within the router first.If you access the router control panel via whatever address and password you used before, you should be able to find a wireless network setup wizard. You'll see options for various kinds of network - choose a secure, password controlled network such as WEP, and name the network if you like.Once you've done this within the router, you can then try to connect to the wireless network again. You'll do the same search for wireless signals, find your network and click to connect. If you've chosen a secure network you'll be asked for username and password.Yes, I'd like to see the modified boot.ini file 🙂 I doubt its connected to the problem but its worth a look.
Mitz from Tips4pc