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Didn't work Tried that still nothing... Can't reflash either as the 3.5 floppy won't read. ->R

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  • archerr Apr 28, 2008

    Rechecked all ribbon cables - all ok.

    Changed the mobo and powersupply....still no activity on the

    floppy drive when powering up.

    ->R

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Archerr, what did u try?, I don't know, I can't help u! as per 3.5 floppy, check how u connected the ribbon cable.Pin#1 on mother board to red or colored wire on ribbon(pin#1) the pin#1 [red or colored] that goes to the floppy is usually connected FACING towards the power connector [usually 4 pins in line, almost always on the left side of floppy. the connection to h/d(hard drive)on the board looks the same.Usually h/d#1 & h/d#2 are side by side and the floppy connector usually is a distance away by itself.
Get a bootable 3.5"[with ANY operating system] and boot up with the floppy, you'll will know when it works.Then get back with" Tried that still nothing..."

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

  • Daniel Martinez
    Daniel Martinez Apr 30, 2008

    Did u mess with the mobo BIOS settings, speed it up ?, did u cange any jumpers to speed up the cpu? did u take out or put jumper pins without the mother board[mobo] directions? goto BIOS setup and goto EVERY menu, and submenu and see if there is a "Default" setup, do dar [do that] usually some F-function button. Go to EVERY menu, and submenu...!!

    luck, buddy!!

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