Here's a question: what's the driver for? A monitor driver that's required doesn't necessarily make sense because communications are standard. While displays have a communication line to control various aspects of the monitor, this is a VGA standard, and thus you can have a generic driver for it (though I guess it depends on if the commands themselves are standard).
If it's the USB hub that isn't working, then it's a USB hub driver problem, not a monitor driver problem. The data line on VGA and DVI is I2C, which is turtle speed compared to even USB1.1 at its best. And it would be stupid to tie control to such a data line anyway. Also do you need 12 USB ports? Is this something you can just live without? I know it isn't solving the problem, but if you don't have drivers available for it, then well, that's too bad.
With XP, the driver allowed you to change video settings through the computer without using the buttons on the bottom of the screen. The USB hub has a separate USB cable on it that has to be plugged into a regular USB port. It isn't over the same cable as the video. I don't need
12 ports, but having at least 5 up on the desktop would be nice. I'm just about ready to admit defeat and accept that it really is too bad.