Question about Teac Floppy Drive 235HF Internal Floppy Drive
Teac FD 235F3482
Just get rid of your floppy .....and buy a CD-writer . lol
Posted on May 08, 2008
Well fistly floppy are old technology and they naturally make a sound when accessing files. however the sound get noisy and irritating when you try to access floppy disks that have developed bad sectors (physical damaged, viral damage, dusty etc)
if your floppy drive makes noise even with brand new disks then it would have accummulated dusts on its magnetic reading head the solution is using cleaning floppies which are becoming less available in shops these days (but are still there). Or if you up to practicall thing open and clean up the read/write head manually. dont worry the thing is close to what the radio cassette head look-alike.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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