Question about HP (F2013A) Plug-In Module (Laptop) Floppy Drive
SOURCE: HP Laser 4L driver for USB port
Not all USB adapters are the same, you need the one that is made for your printer, I would try a different adapter before going too deep, because when you plug it in your computer should see it even without drivers.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
I think this is your board, K8MM-V. The following is the link to all drivers and info regarding said mobo:
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
SOURCE: Compaq External Floppy Drive
External, parallel port based FDD's are just too darn old and uncommon, and there's no auto-detecting on these things. These things also come with their own power supplies - so make sure the power supply is plugged in or else it ain't gonna get no power - and then you'll need the drivers (which I doubt will be XP compatible).
A USB based external FDD would be a much easier solution!
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
you might need to fiddle around with the usb virtual printer port configuration , when you add printer. when adding a printer, uncheck the install automatically tick box, then on the NEXT page click on the drop down list of "use the following port" and try virtual port. it might work.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
Testimonial: "Didn't work, but thanks. No option to config Virtual USB port"
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