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2 seperate BT dongles not recognized in XP

I have a Bluesolie(sp?) and a Kinsington 33348. I have run the setup discs for both but whenever it comes time to plug in the dongle, both of them are "Unknown USB Devices" and it doesn't matter if I direct it to the exact driver it still will not recognize them.

I have been using the BlueSoliel for a while but tonight I decided to use it again and reinstalled the software.

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Go for it after that you have problem then use this dongle to other computer

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