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What Windows version are you running? it will really help us a lot if you could provide more details;
Anyway more often this happens when your PC is running on XP(Pro/Home)
If it is you can try the following,;
If your computer is running on Windows XP, normally driver signing is enabled and it will prompt you that an unsigned driver is being installed it will ask you whether you want to install it or not but there are some cases that on the driver signing option that its set to Block unsigned drivers.
To find out which is the current sttings you can go to Control Panel then Look for System
Under the System Properties got the Hardware tab and look for Sriver Signing, on the Driver Signing Options make sure its either set to Ignore or Warn(choose warn so that you are properly noticed if the driver is signed or approved by Windows or Not.
Note: some unsigned drivers may cause your computer to go on bluescreen if its really not compatible or better check 1st on the device's manual if it really is compatible with your system.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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