Make sure that the program used to monitor your wireless card doesn't have a virus, or with windows, either you have to let windows enable your wireless or you have to use the program.. if you have both trying that could be the problem.
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Ok ! Firstly check weather there is a wireless driver installed on your system or not.
If not,Install that first.if you have already a driver installed then try this..
go to start menu-show all connections-check weather there is showing a wireless lan driver or not Also check it from control pannel
If it's not detecting the hard drive a 64 bit CD isn't going to help! You need to remove and reseat the hard drive and if it still won't recognize the drive, seriously consider the possibility that your drive has failed. Reasonably priced replacements are readily available.