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To avoid the pop up Kindly right click on the Belkin router monitor Icon in the system tray & click exit. To avoid it happening all together, Go to control pannel & click on add / remove programs & unistall the router monitor software. The router would still work in the absence of the router monitor software.
VISTA and wireless don't go well together. First, I would disable your firewall, you can turn it on later when everything works and play with the settings, second use the hex value instead of the password key when logging into the wireless device, third try it both with windows managing the connection and with the vendor software. Some wireless prefer one or the other depending on their compatibility with the Vista virus.
Some device may not have Vista drivers or the drivers are still beta and they dont work always perfectly. Check which kind of wireless adapter is present on your laptop from device manager on XP. Then try downloading Vista drivers for your wireless adapter form wireless card factory website, and install them on Vista.