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TV Tuner not tuning

I have a Versa P9120 running Vista Premium Home - I have 3 problems.1. I can connect to the internet via a cable modem using the USB Port but not by using the Ethernet connection. The modem is a Motorola SURFboard SB5101 - using the driver CD that comes with the modem I get an error message that says the computer is not connected to the modem and to check connections (the ethernet cable works fine with another laptop running XP).2. I cannot tune the TV Tuner either through Media Centre or by using the Bisoncam software that comes with the Versa - I conect an external aerial - the same one I use on my home TV - media centre automatically gets settings for Australia (where I am) and in Bisoncam I select PAL B. When I scan it appears to scan all frequencies but at the finish of the scan no channels are available.3. I cannot find the software for Bluetooth anywhere - the drivers are installed and the device manager says they are working correctly however when I turn the Bluetooth on (using the switch next to the power button - 2 clicks) the blue light comes on but when I attempt to pair with another device using the other device to find the Versa the other devices just come back with nothing found.Thanks for any help you might be able to provide.Cheers, Scott

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G´day m8,
you have to set the security on the laptop as you have set it on ther router, and this is, at the same time, your problem with tuning the TV card, as it has no connetion to the internet....
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plz let me know if this FixYa. regards /Teis

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