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Do you have an installation disk that came with it for the driver? Maybe not. It can be plug and play. Okay. Plug it to a USB port. Wait a few seconds to see if it is detected by Vista (you might have a small window down-right of your screen saying new material found). If so, the wizard will help you to install it and to configure it. Otherwise, let me know at what step you are stopped.
Here is a link to the page where you can download the drivers for your notebook card. Click on networking, then the link for the notebook card. There are two, one for desktop and one for notebook, make sure you choose the correct one.
This means you are using Vista x64, the 64-bit version. It accepts only drivers which are signed by microsoft. Make sure you are downloading 64-bit drivers instead of 32-bit. According to this article, Belkin supports the signed drivers. If there are no 64-bit drivers they will come available soon...
A couple of things:
1. Have you tried all the USB ports of your desktop PC (front and back)?
2. What is your desktop PC brand/model or at least the motherboard? and What OS please?;
3. If running Windows in the desktop PC, can you please check in your Device Manager if your USB are 2.0?
4. Are you using a USB hub or directly connected to the PC's USB port?
Hope this be of some idea/help. Pls post back with your desktop brand/model/motherboard.
Good luck and kind regards.