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How do I set up a d-link dub-h4 to my laptop I have a power connection, a connection on the rear of the hub-4 going to an adapter connecting to the ps/2 connector on the laptop. Do I need one of the USB ports on the Dub-4 connected to a laptop usb? No USB port on the hub-4 is going green.

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You need to plug the USB cable directly to a USB port on the computer. The PS/2 connections will only interpret keyboard or mouse signals (green for mouse) using the correct usb to PS/2 adapter.

If you do not have a USB port, you may be able to get a USB PCMIA card (or similar card slot add-in depending on your system). These will work with most Operating Systems (Win98SE and beyond) depending on the card and the computer. Listing one:
IOGear Hi-Speed USB 2.0 CardBus

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(BTW, the keyboard USB to PS/2 adapter will not work for a mouse and vice versa. The wiring is done specifically for the device standard.)

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The connection on the rear of the hub should go to a USB connection on the laptop, not a PS/2 connection. A PS/2 to USB adapter is used to connect a PS/2 keyboard or mouse to a USB connection.

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