Unable to connect to wireless internet

I just put a new HD in my Satellite L35-S2161. I haven't used the Toshiba restore disk, instead I used my XP Pro / SP3 disk. I have two problems.

First of all, I can't my wireless to work. I installed the Driver PCI Atheros and the Atheros customer Utiliy. I also installed ConfigFree.
The wireless card does not appear in the hardware Manager, so miss me something else.

I put the original disk hard back in and everything works, so it must be a problem of driver software.
Also the Power Saver Utility does not work. The only thing I can find is that I need the common Modules for Toshiba. OK where do I find.

Can you help me?

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I assume you have the laptop model US so visit the Toshiba U.S. support under http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_modSel.jsp page

If your laptop model is listed you will find all the missing stuff.
Install common modules, the correct driver WLAN and energy savings that you can find.

Let us know if you have success with this. If this isn't the case, we can try to make the list of facilities for you order, and you can install it following order exact facilities.

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