Try it on a Windows XP machine. These has better usb support, and possibly no need even for a driver, just plug and play.
And did you look at the Belkin site for possible answers? Or maybe just a later version of this same Windows 98SE driver?
If this is a USB 2 hub, are you sure it's compatible with a USB1.1 port on the machine? Or might this be one of the mysterious issues with a USB 2 port under Windows 98?
All kinds of possibilities.
USB 2 Port PCI Controller Card (Dynalink).Both ports verifiably working, one MS Optical Trackball dedicated, one through infomation transfer.
Attached new Plug and Play USB 4 Port Hub (Belkin), slider setting to 'self' for use with power adapter.
Windows installed driver information. Checked Device Manager, red mark over device, "disabled (code22), click on 'Enable Device'" Did this, PC then reboots, Check Device Manger, yellow mark over device, "device either not present or not working properly, or does not have correct drivers installed (code10).
Place of purchase tells me no other drivers should be needed.
What am I missing here?