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Bridged Wireless Network HELP please

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I'm at a friends house & he doesn't have a router, so I'm trying to give him something to tie him over till he buys one or I get one for him for cheaper than Comcast. I want to connect his PS3 to bridged network I set up on his Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit netbook that I am currently using which also has the only Ethernet connection here. I have connected my netbook (main|below) to the bridged network just fine, but when I scanned for networks on the PS3 it won't show up. If someone would like to tell me what I'm doing wrong, I would really appreciate it.
   
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Intel Core 2 Solo 2.2Ghz uPGA-478 Royal BNA Driver Intel 4500m 4Gb DDR3 
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Western Digital 232Gb 5400RPM HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT30N Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Logitech M187 
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a bridge is exactly what it sounds like, a point to point wireless network. It's not a wireless hub or a wireless box.
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