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1.Go to the run option, type in services.msc 2. Click on wireless zero configuration, click stop and start..if its on start, just on start. 3. Check your network and internet connect, or network connection in the control. see can you find the wirless network. 4. Make sure you have the ssid displaying in your router.
Have you checked the wireless settings? Is the signal too low? Some wireless routers have a code as they are set to private mode, perhaps the code is wrong. I may not have the answer unless you give more details.
What you can do is delete the device from your wireless router list and reconnect again using the right settings. This may be dumb, but have you checked if your laptop's wireless switch is on?
I forgot about the update that you mentioned. Yea go into safe mode and choose the latest date that the wireless card was working properly, then let the machine reboot and see what happens. Let me know.
If you open your Network window from the start menu, at the top you will see "Add a wireless device". Follow the instructions and this should get your wireless connection with WEP key add. (When you select your router, you will need the WEP key at hand. You can get this by going to the web page of your routers IP address.) Good Luck.