after reinstalling my OS and found that for some reason the DHCP server was assigning an incorrect IP address to the wireless connection. The way I fixed it was to reset the Wireless Router to factory default settings (usually done by pressing reset button on rear of Router.Look for a small hole) You will the have to re enter your ISP info and WEP key again. But I think you will find this will solve your problem.
belkin router and in the corner by the clock it says it has limited or no connectivity. It won't let me access the internet. But when I open the wireless network connection status and click support and click repair, it will allow me to access the internet. Every time I turn the computer off and turn it on again, I have to do that again in order to access the internet. Any help would be appreciated.