I recently bought an Iomega 320 GB HDD so that I can make recordings. It's powered via the USB cable but it must be a bit of a power hog as the cable has two Type A plugs at one end and the "manual" suggests that both plugs might need to be connected depending on the power that can be delivered from the USB port on the device to which it is connected. This turns out to be the case with the HD-Fox T2. So, I dug out an old powered USB hub (circa 2003) and plugged the second Type A plug into that and everything works fine. Just to be clear, the HDD is connected via the "data" Type A plug to the Hummy and via the "power" Type A plug to the hub. I then tried connecting the hub to the Hummy and both Type A plugs into the hub. (That would allow me to add an additional drive to the Hummy via the hub.) This did not work at all and the Hummy could not see the HDD connected to the hub. I presume that the basis of the problem is that a driver is needed to connect to the hub since the hub was supplied with a driver disk. So, does anybody know of a powered (driverless?) USB hub that is guaranteed to work with the HD-Fox T2? Many thanks, and apologies for not being succint.