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Windows 7 won't connect via wireless

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Heyyy, I have my new pc and oh it is the shizz =D
however, during the winter, I am using it in my room in the house instead of my summerhouse, meaning I cannot reach a wired connection, so I am attempting to use my BN-WD54G USB wireless adapter, which connected fine on XP, but my new computer installs the drivers but when I try and search for a connection, it tells me 'there might be something wrong with the driver' ><
so I installed the xp wireless utility for this device, but it doesn't find my network, and clicking rescan does nothing...
I have tried running it in compatability mode for xp (and vista) by recommendation from another forum to no avail, so, what do??

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