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Aardvark had went out of buisness about 3 to 4 years ago. Unfortunately they didn't last long enough to write a driver for vista. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. I love aardvark I had the LX6 and still have the 24/24 and Q10. Too bad they only work up to XP. Sorry. driverguide.com still has the XP driver.
I have heard that the drivers will not work in Vista. But, you can get the XP downgrade (sometimes for free) and still be able to use your Aardvark on the new machine. As for the PCI slots being different, I wouldn't think there would be an issue. If newer machines had PCI slots with lower voltage or other differences, this might make them incompatible with a whole slew of older PCI cards. As far as I know, the only issue is with the drivers.
you can set the driver signing warning to 3 levels, ignore - warn - block. Yours are set to block. If the driver is not "official" according to microsoft's lists, the OS will not allow it to be installed. I know this because Roland doesn't get their drivers signed, and give specific instructions on how to change the setting.
control panel/system/harware tab/driver signing. Make your setting.