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I cannot get usb to work when i install xp on computer

In device manager there are no usb listed. Do i need to install another driver. I cannot connect to the unternet on this pc as i use a usb wireless connection and the network card does not have a driver installed either.

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Reinstall windows to solve this problem... Because if your USB's are not installed then you will not ever able to install any new usb hardware with your Pc!

also change the windows version i:e if you are using windows Xp home edition then try to install Windows Xp professional editon instead.

I am sure that this will solve your problem!

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