Re: HD cable to floppy?
No. The only other device I've ever known (in 20+ years in IT) to use a
floppy connection were some old style tape drives. Floppy based tape drives
were too small a capacity to be of any current use and are not supported in
Windows XP or Vista in any case.
"Anthony Marsh" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> My new computer did not come with any floppy drive and I never see any
> need to install one since nothing done on floppies is not now done on CD.
> So, I wonder if I can use that 34 pin connection on the motherboard for
> something else. Does anyone know of an adapter cable to connect a hard
> drive to the floppy socket? Any other types of drives like ZIP that can
> connect where the floppy drive used to go?