So I've had my Macbook Pro since last summer and it's always worked fine with my home wireless connection. About a month ago, it died when I wasn't watching the battery closely and, upon rebooting, gave me the self-assigned IP address stuff we all know. After looking around some forums and tinkering with the settings, I managed to establish a legit connection with Airport. Unfortunately, I forgot to watch the battery again today and my Macbook died again. Same problem occurred upon start-up. Unfortunately, I can't remember what I did last time to rectify the problem. I've already restarted my computer, restarted my router, turned firewall off, connected to the router through an ethernet cable and inputted those working numbers back into the manual IPv4 configuration option (doing this gave me Airport connected status but a dropped connection), and a few other things, but nothing has worked. If anyone can help me in any capacity, I would be immensely grateful. (I'm using a Verizon FiOS router, btw.) EDIT: Forgot to say, I'm running Snow Leopard.