Or at least to Microsofty's. You may have to learn how to configure Vista to "only connect to my router." Here's a discussion about this:
READ -> http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t671349-vistawireless-connection.html
Where they go over this issue.
After having my networking setup function normally for about a month or so since I got a new router, I suddenly lost my connections and this message comes up in the network and sharing center: "There are more than one active network connections on this computer." I have a Linksys WRT54GL wireless router connected to my Dell Inspiron 518 through a local area connection and am using a Motorola Surfboard modem on another local area connection. The only way to resume my internet connection is to unplug the network cable from the wireless router. I didn't change any settings or anything to cause this to happen, any advice?