[url]http://www.datafab.com/Product/Product.asp?ID=13[/url]\n\nNice simple piece of kit, but the wiring with it is not explained.\nI've emailed the makers but no reply so far. Anyone here understand\nthe following and proffer advice? Pretty please? :)\n\nThe hardware has got two five pin male plugs on the back, labelled JP1\nand J3. They are bare wire pins, not made into a plug as such. They\nare marked [in TEENY WEENY letters] " B C D+ D- R " as best my old\neyes can make out. It also has a firewire socket, but thats not a\nprobem.\n\nIt comes with a Y cable. One end has a ten pin female socket, with\none socket filled in making a one way fit only for the mobo. This is\neasy too.\n\nThe other end has the cable split into two five pin female sockets.\nEach of them only has four wires and one blank hole and they can fit\non either way around. They both have differing wire colours though.\nThe colours are... yellow-mauve-blue-green-nil and\nblack-white-red-brown-nil.\n\nTherefore I could put (for example) the yellow wire against pin B or\nby turning it over against pin R. as they're both USB I assume it\ndoesn't matter which of the two plugs they attach to but I could be\nwrong.\n\nSo, how should I fit the wiring in? I won't try it out randomly in\ncase it causes a chip to be damaged.\n\nYMBG to JP1 or J3? BWRB to JP1 or J3?\nBlank socket to pin R or pin B?\n\nHope this is understandable. Thanks.