Alright, so this is confusing the heck out of me on the reason behind this. I'm trying to setup in the network one have Wireless N with full Turbo mode so those with N can use the full power and speed if it can be supported and a separate network to use Wireless G with afterburner/turbo for those that support it. The problem? In one laptop, it is an atheros-based wireless card of a sony vaio. It can handle Wireless N. When I set the wireless N only router to N only, the laptop can't seem to connect. However, if I switch it back to Wireless G/N mix, the laptop will connect just fine under N signal. The laptop has all the updates it can possibly have including the wifi adapter. Is something up here? This wireless N router setup is using DD-WRT on a FR-300rtr. The Other router that is set for Wireless G, my laptop that has the afterburner/125 High speed mode doesn't seem to connect using that mode. I checked my laptop and I think its because since my laptop is old (HP 2005cu) and I have Windows 7 installed onto it, the driver itself doesn't seem to have an option for Afterburner/125 High Speed mode. I let Windows find and install a driver since the only driver on HP's site would go to XP for the card and I heard even if I find a Vista version of the driver that Vista driver and Win 7 usually don't like to play well with each other. I would assume I'm correct on this part? The Router there is a Wireless G router using Tomato RAF on a Buffalo WHR-HP-G54.