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You asked for clarification as to what operating system my query was for. It is XP service pack 3. Not sure if you have seen the posting I made re this.

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I'm working on another thread with the same product. Make sure you unistall all zoom software from your computer. Restart your computer. Plug the wireless adaptor in and let it find the drivers you need. It may need the CD that came with the adaptor but don't install any thing from the CD but the drivers.

Use the WEP id and password system from Windows networking.

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