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Toshiba M40x not connecting to router wirelessly

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I recently bought a D-LINK wireless router model no. DIR-615. Currently, I have my PC set up to it with an ethernet cable (which is working without a glitch) and I am trying to set up my Toshiba Satellite M40x which is running Windows SP2 and has an Atheros Wireless Lan driver (802.11 A&G) to run wirelessly. Before I had bought this router, my laptop was connected to the internet with a ethernet cable. I am not tech-savvy by any means and I am having a heck of a time trying to set this up. Right now, in Network Connections under the sub title Network Bridge that the Wireless Connection is unavailable, which it quite untrue because my PS3 and Ipod are both able to connect to the internet via the router.

I am at a loss at what to do... please help me!

Noteable: the router has a WPA-SPK enabled key.
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