Re: Floppy Drive won't recognize disks
On Wed, 4 Jun 2008 09:51:33 -0600, "Colin Barnhorst"
>There are still uses for them. I still make sure a new desktop has one.
>Whether it is a password disk or I am installing a copy of Win9x/ME into a
>new virtual machine a floppy is useful yet.
>"Gordon" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> "daelu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> Vista shows my floppy drive as drive A and the device manager says that
>>> drive and the drive controller are working properly. However, when I
>>> to read, write, format a disk vista reports the the drive has no disk in
>>> I changed the drive, bought new disks and this did not help. Any
>>> Thanks !!
>> Not a solution, but I just wonder why on EARTH you are still using floppy
I also wanted one with my new Desktop, but for some reason, when the
builder connected one to the motherboard, the machine refused to boot.
Only later did I find that even though there is a floppy controller on
my Intel motherboard, it is not compatible with the motherboard
Result: I don't have a floppy. (which makes it very hard to install
Windows XP on my motherboard, since the RAID drivers for my
motherboard are only supplied on a floppy.)