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As this is an older model, the drivers may not be compatible to Vista. If none of them are working, either try to install Windows 7 (with 7 i had the WLAN already installed with windows on a travelmate 5520) or revert to windows XP, for which one of the drivers I gave you works for sure.
For you to use the Wireless and Bluetooth of you laptop you need to install the latest driver so that it will be detected by the computer and works properly. Click Here to download. Select the Type of Operating System that youre using wheter it is 32 or 64bit. The drop down is located on the upper right part of the website.
I found these 3 drivers on Acer's Website. I have labeled each of them with the Manufacture of the wireless card they are intended for. If you know who the manufacturer of you card is then try that download first, if not try each one until you get the right one (I would try the intel first, then the broadcom, and finally the atheros.)
Are you sure you have the right drivers? The 3610 comes with more than one type of wireless card. Check on the bottom of the laptop, there should be a white label with the details about your card on it. Match it to the card on Acer's site, download and install.