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Can't connect to home hub

I have a SITECOM Wireless Network PCI card 140g+ installed on myPC and i cant get it to connect to my BT Homehub can any one help??

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First, check if your networ adapter is installed properly by opening your device manager. if it is there and does not appear with any marks or splats like a question mark or exclamation point, you can close that window, check if wireless zero config (if you have WinXP) or wireless auto config (if you have WinVista) in Start> Run> Services.msc (XP) or Start>click on search field and type in Services.msc and right-click on that item and choose either Start OR Restart. close that window . (on WinXP) open network connections in control panel, right click on Wireless Network Connections>Properties>click on Wireless Connections tab, place check mark on Use Windows to Configure Wireless, click on OK, that will close that window. then right-click again on the Wireless Network Connection and choose View Available Wireless Network, your network should be there now. on vista, just simply look for the "two computer" icons in the system tray at the bottom right near the time, right-click on that and choose Connect to a Network, it should be able to find your network from there.

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