Posted 06 May 2005 - 08:48 PM
It could be the floppy drive or the floppy controller which is part of your motherboard (or the cable but that's unlikely). Cheapest option is to replace the floppy drive.
If it still doesn't work it's the controller and you need a new mobo to fix it - or you could just buy a pen drive and forget about floppies because their being phased out anyway.
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