View wireless networks windows xp

Hello, I've been experiencing problems with connecting to internet during the afternoon. It was working fine this morning but after I closed the computer and then opened it up again I haven't been able to view any available wireless networks. When I open the window 'View Wireless Networks' it's simply blank, and it says "No wireless networks close enough were found. Check that the wireless network card on the computer is activated. Click refresh if you wish to see a refreshed list of the networks." (translation from Swedish) I know the network is there and working as my roomates are all able to see it and connect to it. I don't know what happened, I haven't knowingly downloaded or installed any updates or altered anything that would affect the networks?

The Wireless Zero Configuration service is activated as is my network card.

I'm using Windows XP, Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

Any help would be appreciated!

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  1. Sometimes my XP laptop experiences a similar issue after waking it up, and I simply reboot and all is well again.
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