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3.5" Floppy drives where you can select the drive letter i.e. B

On our older machine tools we used to fit a 3.5" Floppy drive where you can select the drive letter i.e. B instead of A by either a jumper / Soldered link etc. We have fitted Citizen LR102061 drives in the past and keep getting asked for replacements, can you offer an alternative drive and price and delivery please.
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G Bradley
Denford Ltd

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  • gbradley Jan 05, 2009

    Cheers for the quick response, do all floppy drives have links / jumpers to change the drive letter ?



    Regards



    Graham

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    diddydaveh Jan 05, 2009

    no, usually biut not all, but if you look at the ribbon cable, some have a twist across some of the leads, this changes the drive letter, if you have a twist in your cable and have another without the twist, try them one at a time, and you should find the correct one for the drive letter you want.

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