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You don't provide much information to go on ... Here is something I found ... http://forums.driverguide.com/showthread.php?t=23607
This USB adapter ... I am not familiar with the brand. More importantly, what OS are you using? I suggest you check this out: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/default.aspx
If you are using Windows 7, look for your hardware on this list. There are similar lists for Vista, XP and so forth. If the device is listed for your operating system, you will find particulars in the listing as to where to get the software.
I'm thinking if the device is modern (a year or two old) and the oS you are using ix XP or newer, the device should load its own drivers. Evidently this is not happening.
Here are a couple places for you to have a look.
If you have one USB outlet, you can theoretically plug in up to 128 more on that circuit if the devices will allow. If they don't, there is an adapter that you can plug into that USB to allow other USB devices to be used ... just a thought.
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