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I'm not a Mac tech, but I wouldn't see why not. Floppy drives are kinda old school now. You may need a driver for the floppy. Check online and see what you can find. Download and install it.
Or you may have to plug the floppy in, then reboot, to get the Mac to recognize it, especially with a USB port. Some old Windozz machines were like that...maybe your Mac too????
Mac OS is very close to Linux/Unix systems, which have awful support for floppy drives. That's another possibility.
If your windows machine can't read the disk, makes me think the floppy drive is bad or you have corrupted files on the disk. Try a couple known good floppy disks on the Windoz box and see what happens. Or another removable floppy drive. They cost $5 to $10 now.
imation super disk SD-USB-M2.Solution to run under Vista service pack 1.Works for me
boot up your puter then plug in the imation super disk into your puter's usb port then into your power sulpply socket.Then if you have a reset button on your puter Press it
the puter then shuts down and resets itself when the screen appears it asks "Start up normally" Press enter.The drive is recognised and works.Its a bit of a ball ache but works for me.Hope this helps others with the same problem