So easy to set up. Slide the board out of the enclosure, plug the hard drive into the connector, screw the four short screws through the slots in the board into the screw holes in the drive to secure it, slide the board back into the enclosure and use the two long screws to secure the whole lot together. There's even a screwdriver supplied. You can manage it without referring to the manual. Which is a good idea as the A5 sheet that came with this tells me that the supported systems are Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000, sever (sic) 2003 and XP, although the box says Windows 7. I presume that someone at Dynamode decided that as nobody ever bothers to read the instructions, until something goes wrong, there was no point in updating them for newer versions of Windows. But, seriously, this is a good piece of kit and at the price I'm not going to make a fuss over the instruction leaflet.