I have recently gotten a PCI/ISA Motherboard Diagnoistic Card. The installation instructions are pretty straight forward. In any case, I noticed the kit came with a small chord, about the size of an internal pc audio cable, which has has two female connectors on each end. Additionally, I saw on the diagnoistic card, there are two male pins labeled JP2. I figure one end of the chord connects to these two connectors on the diagnoistic card and the other two connect to two male pins on the pc's motherboard. I did see two pins on the pc's motherboard, but, they were not labeled JP2. The instructions within the user's manual simply states the following: 1. Install the PC Analyzer Card in any available PCI or ISA expansion slot... 2. Power on the machine. It never talks about this chord or the JP2 connector on the card. Is it safe to assume this chord is not necessary in conducting a diagnoistic evaluation of a pc's motherboard?
Any ideas on this post will be appreciated.