Folks, any help will do. I use PCs running Windows XP SP2. I use a communal wireless internet ("OTHER") which is connected to the Internet. It's not an Airport Express - it's a run of the mill ADSL wireless router/modem. It is open, not encrypted. However, "OTHER" is only reachable in the lounge and nowhere else in the apartment. I use it with my laptop in the lounge and it works fine. I bought an Airport Express ("AE") and hooked it up in the lounge, hoping that I could join OTHER and use the AE to "extend" the internet to the rest of my apartment. In the lounge, I used the AE utility on my laptop to discover the AE and connected it to OTHER using the "connect to an existing wireless network" option. On the same laptop, I can't, however, see the AE using my Windows "view wireless networks" - is this normal? My wireless network appears as disconnected, thought I am definitely connected to the Internet, I guess using the link I've just established between AE and OTHER. The main problem is - I can't see the AE in the rest of my apartment either. On another PC in my room, neither the AE utility nor the Windows wireless discovery can see my AE. I don't live in a stone dungeon - just a normal apartment. Why can't I see the AE from anywhere? I was hoping I could use the AE to reach out to other rooms while it is connected to OTHER, so I could use the Internet everywhere. Sorry if this question might have appeared elsewhere, but I was unable to find any existing posts with exactly the same problem. Please help!