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Ok yes, it's possible that the floppy cable is reversed, however the problem could also be a problem with how it's set up in CMOS, if it's set up as a drive that it's not, it will do the same thing, make sure that it's correct. I believe the most common is 1.4 mb and 3 1/2 inches
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Posted 28 September 2006 - 05:46 PM
I, personally, have given up on floppy drives and WindowsXP - just too darned much trouble.
The solution is a USB floppy drive (about $20 if you look around).
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