Hello there Alright so, I have the following equipment... 1st Generation Macbook Pro Airport Hub (bought shortly after the macbook) Wireless Router connected to the cable outlet (Provided to me by ISP) HP Pavilion 752n with Windows 2000 Professional - ATI Radeon 9600 Pro installed in PC. I have in the past run on a wireless network set up via my Airport. My PS3 connects to it as well. I'm using WPA/WPA2 security settings etc. The airport has been connected to my router, which is connected to the cable outlet. I just recently brought my old PC up from home to my apartment, and have been trying to get internet up and running on it. I have plugged an ethernet cable into the Airport, and into the back of the PC, and no internet. HOWEVER, I do have a "Local Area Connection" that starts up immediately upon plugging the cable in. So, after tinkering with this for HOURS, it seems like the PC is almost connected to itself. It doesn't show any hardware connected to it. I try searching via the IP address, and I don't access the router menu. The local area connection shows an exact speed of 100.0 Mbps (never changes) and somehow packets are being sent and received.... I have no idea what's going on.... The internet DID work for a short while. While it was working, I installed a new driver for my graphics card, restarted the computer, and presto the internet was gone. I removed the driver, and still no internet... Somehow I'm stuck in some weird bridge cycle. I have no idea what's going on. I've tried connecting the PC to both the ISP router and the Airport, and messed with both the Airport settings and the ISP router settings, and haven't gotten anything... Thoughts? Obviously the PC has to be connected by ethernet, but I truly have no idea why this isn't working. Should be just like a LAN no? ICS?