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A floppy!?? Really!? I think you might have to go back in time. LOL! Well, if you have an adapter or a port for it, just insert the disk and that's it.

To format the disk just insert disk, click 'start' and then 'my computer', right click usb drive and select 'format', select proper system file and press 'enter'.

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