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Sony MPEG RealTime encoder board isn't compatible with Vista

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I am trying to install a Sony MPEG RealTime encoder board on my Gateway GT5408 Vista Home Premium. When I try to install the driver it says, "Your version of Sony MPEG RealTime encoder board isn't compatible with this version of Windows" It also says, "Sony Corporation may have upgrades or other possible solutions to help make this device compatible with this version of Windows". So I am wondering if there is a program I can download to make this driver compatible with vista home premium. What do I have to do so the Sony MPEG RealTime encoder board is compatible with vista?
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