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Jusb connection wiring

I need help placing the right wires in the right place with the usb "jusb"

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The problem with the MS-6528LE board is that the JUSB1 connector has a nonstandard pinout which is undocumented in the manual; MSI tech support is no help. However, trial and error shows that one of the USB channels (even-numbered pins 2-10) is simply reversed:

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These are standard pin outs as you notice your pins on JUSB areupside down to this but the pin locations are correct if you start from the blank (missing) pin and work backward.

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