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I-rocks IR-4300 4-Port USB Hub doesnt work

Nothing I plug into the hub works, mouse, printer etc. This is second USB hub purchased that doesn't work. First was non powered so told to buy this one but still no success. I am running Win 2000 so do I need a driver? If so, I unfortunately don't have the Win 2000 disc. Shall I just take it back or is their a solution?

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You shouldn't need a driver for it, Windows has bundled native drivers that will be enough to make it work.
Does anything else work in the port you plug the hub into?

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