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PC doesn't recognize USB Wirless Adapter

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I have a IBM/Lenovo 3GHz desktop running Win XP Home and I'm wanting to connect it to the internet via a wireless USB adapter connection with my router in another room of my house. My wireless router is working fine (I can get to internet from a laptop connecting to this network). The USB plugs in the IBM computer work fine for flash drives, mouse, keyboard and an external DVD drive. However, the IBM does not recognize the Belkin F7D2101 surf and share wireless USB adapter. I have tried to download the drivers and I get the error 1670 Unable to Load Module... error 998.

Can someone point me in the right direction?
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