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When I plugged in the drive for the first time, Windows 7 immediately (within milliseconds) informed me that it was ready for use without spending any time installing a driver. But when a floppy is inserted it spins for a short time but does not mount as a drive.

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  • Jason Sementilli Oct 05, 2010

    If you go to Device Manager, via Control Panel | System. Hardware, does the USB Floppy Drive show? and if so are there any yellow "!" or red X's? Also, have you checked if Floppy support is enabled in the BIOS?

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Have not been able to find any drivers for this device for Win7-64, I works fine on pre win7 machines, but under win7 it says that all of my disks need to be formated.

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Dell xps windows7 home premium, pass word unlock


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Have you tried plugging it in without the surge protector? I would wager that either a) the surge protector needs to be reset/turned on and off depending on the model or b) either your TV and/or surge protector have been damaged by the power surge.

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Date arithmetic is relatively easy if you remember that time in JavaScript is measured in milliseconds. Use the date method getTime() to determine the number of milliseconds that have elapsed since the magic date of January 1, 1970. Use the setTime() method to establish a date you have calculated in term of milliseconds.

Danny Goodman, author of the JavaScript bible recommends that you set up some variables that build on each other to make it easier to do Date Arithmetic. Here is the variable setup that he recommends:

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So for your case (date for 10 days after today), we can declare like this:

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">

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</SCRIPT>


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