Re: Satellite P300 with Windows7 - wireless network card can not find my BT homehub

After istalling Windows 7 on my Satellite P300 card wireless LAN Atheros can't find my bt homehub.
I tried to change the channel on the hub and updated to update all drivers, but still no luck.

Any ideas anyone?

The wireless network card is properly activated?
This BT hub is not known to me, but check settings WLAN hub and laptop and updated on both devices to run on the standard G only.

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