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My Wireless-G WMP54G card keeps Installing Dell Drivers

Im on XP SP3 my pc is a HP and my wireless card has Dell drivers are assigned to it for some reason, When i go into my devices, the LinkSys is there but wont start, and also another Wlan card appears and installs different drivers to my Card, i try to uninstall it but my P.C keeps installing it seconds later. How do i Fix this Please Help......
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I hate to say this, but on Dec. 26, 2008, I called Linksys and they said that they don't make a PCI wireless adapter that works with sp3. Mine just rebooted the computer incessantly.

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