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I have an XP Service Pack 2 operating system and when I let the system detect and install the Saitek Eclipse II keyboard I bought, it doesn't complete the install. For some reason the hardward is detected but the install just keeps repeating and the keyboard never becomes operational.

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You may have to go to the website and try to get the drivers for it ok best regards mike

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