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Device not Recognized in Xp+Sp3

I plugged the LW053 into my Trust PCI USB Hub, got response "Device Malfunction", Device Not Recognized", "Unknown Device". I checked Device Manager just shows Unknown Device, after trying different configurations I disabled the Enhanced Controller for the Trust Hub and the Sweex Adapter was then recognised, but i then lose High speed capability, any answers?..

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You are better off getting a refund and buying a PCI wireless card and installing that instead ( linksys or netgear or something along those lines )

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