Is it possible that at this stage of the game, it is still not possible to edit on a cd. I mean if save a document and then want to make changes to it and save it again-- like I used to do on a floppy. Is my only choice to buy an external Floppy Drive. Please help!!!
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Normally a device (your floppy drive) is not operated by an application (Word 2010), rather, the device is operated by your operating system. I presume your operating system is some version of Windows and I presume your floppy is a USB device. That being the case, when you attach your floppy to your computer, the operating system identifies it as a resource. When you open your application (Word 2010), one of the 'save' options should be your floppy drive. If that drive doesn't show up directly, you may select it from a list of devices offered by Windows through save window that appears when you click SAVE..
The direct answer to your quesiton is ... there should be no reason to think the drive can not be used with the application. You can save (a document) to any device that is available to your computers operating system, even those shared through other computers on your network.
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You can use Nero, PowerDVD for windows or RealPlayer (download for free on internet). You will however ensure that you buy a DVD/RW one that can burn DVD and CD as well as Read from them. Usually available as a slim portable HP model that is plug and play with two combos. Or you can buy bigger ones that have separate power cords
Sometimes u can go to a different computer and get the disk to work. Most of the time u can't though. I suggest you try a few different computers (new and old computers) and if you get one to read it get your info off and save it to another floppy or a flash drive or something. I have also tried the format option and it will always say that the disk can't be formatted. I usually toss them in the trash after that.
You may also try running a standard windows scandisk on the disk.
A lot of people feel more secure saving their stuff to a floppy, mostly because it's something physical they can hang onto and carry around. But the truth is that they are far too unreliable to use given the wide range of other options available today (e-mail, ftp, jump drives, hard drives, cd-roms, etc.)
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some floppy can read and some floppy cant read
it means that ur floppy drive reads the information which they originally save it from citizen floppy drives. Floppy drives like citizen if u use in any place u can use the citizen floppy drive any where
You should have (if bought new) had a mini disc in with the drive. If not try the manufacturers site and download it. It's also possible by doing the add/remove hardware and pointing towards Microsoft for the driver it will install for you. Hope this helps...Tango.