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I have a D-link De-1200 network hub that I got from goodwill ages ago when I worked there. What I do not have are any drivers, a control program, or any instructions for it. I can't find it listed on D-link's website and there doesn't seem to be anything posted on driverguide.com, which is where I would usually look in these circumstances. Does anyone know where I can at least find instructions?
There are no drivers for a network hub. Just use the "Base T" cables to attach computers to the hub and you should be networked.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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