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First check to make sure the wireless card is on. On many laptops there is a small button, (on sony usually front center) that slides left and right to turn on wireless on/off) A lot of customers make a mistake and hit this and it will knock your wireless out.
You can also check to make sure your wireless card is still installed under Device Manager->Networking
Hi, have you check the status of the video card in the window device manager.
1. Right clicking My Computer icon on your desktop
2. Select Manage option from menu
3. Select Device Manager
Please verify if there is any yellow color exclamation appears on the left side of your new video card adaptor. If so you need to install a driver. I am assuming your pc is running window xp and video card adaptor is window xp compatible.
Hope this help.