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MacBook Pro :: Connecting To WiFi Network With Hidden SSID

My MacBook (MB470) fails to connect to network with hidden SSID. There are three things that make me think that there's something wrong with adapter's firmware or another hardware problem.
1) Other PCs and iPhones connect to that hotspot successfully (Trendnet).
2) Macbook doesn't connect even from WinXP SP2 (it doesn't see the network).
3) My MacBook perfectly works with my hidden hotspot at home which use much more secure features (D-Link 2640 ADSL WiFi hotspot).

G5 Quad, 15" MBP Unibody
Mac OS X (10.5.6)

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