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Can you instruct me how to get windows98 to recognize my USB204N, 4-port mobile hub?

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That product has been discontinued by the manufacturer and the online drivers have been removed. You can try contacting them to see if they can email you the driver. Their contact info is available here...http://www.mic-innovations.com/contact_us.asp

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Ewwwwwww... no fun.

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Do you have Windows XP and at least Service pack 2 installed.
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im using vista too, when i had 2 hubs only one was working. but i did have the hub plugged into the other hub once i linked it directly to the pc's usb port, it worked... the problem was i wanted that port for an external hard drive, but now i just plugged that into one of the hubs!! problem fixed

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