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Insert floppy message

I bought an external floppy drive model NEFD2. I am running VISTA. When I try to use the drive I get a message to insert a floppy. I have tried several floppies, but the drive does not seem to recognize them.

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I returned the external drive and bought another brand.

Posted on Dec 05, 2008

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I bought this not knowing it does not have a windows 7 driver. Is there any way to get one?


Windows 7 should include support for all hardware that was available when Windows 7 was "frozen" and "released to manufacturing" (i.e., millions of copies of the DVD were made from the "master").

So, a device as "simple" as floppy-drive with a USB-interface _should_ be supported by Windows 7.

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it is possible the floppy has been corrupted or it was formated under a diferent OS. 
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The error means 3 things:

1. Files format of the files saved on the Floppy disk is not readable on the OS or does not comply with the file format of the OS. So you really need to format it.

2. The floppy disk is brand new and you need to format it first.

3. The floppy disk is not working. Try a known working floppy disk.

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Make sure there is nothing inside before inserting a new disk.

Also, try to get one of those disk drive head cleaning disk and run it.

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