|Hard drive docking stations, just like hard drive enclosures, don't need drivers on Windows XP or later. It's the hard drive that's in it, and the usb port it's plugged into which needs drivers, but they are already built in to Windows XP and later versions.|
(Windows XP, however, needs Service Pack 1 or higher for USB 2.0 support).
Because the actual docking station itself doesn't need a driver, manufacturers don't supply one. Try the docking station and drive on a different PC if possible. If still no joy, the docking station may be faulty. When you connect the docking station to a PC, and with a drive inserted into it, you should hear the drive spin up as soon as you supply power to it. No spin up means either a faulty drive, faulty dock, or no power getting to it.