Any way to make a USB drive appear to Windows like a floppy drive in drive A:? Here is why.
I am interested in this boot management software which recommends installation to a floppy drive in certain situations. What floppy drive on my ASUS P9X79 Pro board? Even if I still had a floppy drive, where would I get fresh new floppy disks these days?
I have a usb floppy drive connected to my Linux box and it works fine however there is a noticeable issue. While the drive is healthy and functioning but when it is empty the drive heads constantly move as if trying to read an imaginary floppy disk. I can not figure out what is causing this since the drive works perfectly so I have no error messages to go on.
I can't seem to find an external 5.25 floppy disk drive that connects via USB. I have found empty external drives with IDE inside. Will a standard 5.25" floppy drive work in these types of enclosures connected via USB? I have an old commodore 64 that I want to mess around and do a little programming with.
I have just installed Ubuntu 9.10, and it's not recognizing my floppy drive (3.5" 1.44), although my computer's BIOS recognizes, and will attempt to boot from it if a floppy disk is in when booting. Is there a way to get Ubuntu to access the floppy drive?
I'm new to these forums, as well as Linux, but hopefully you guys can help me. I've been considering erasing Windows off my hard disk to gain some space, but until then, I want to know that I can do everything I'll want to do.
I've followed many tutorials and threads on the internet, but they never work for me.