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How to set Drive Select from 1 to 0 on Model FD-235HF.

We are trying to change our Drive Select to work on our Windows 98 platform.

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  • TimHart Jul 17, 2008

    I cannot find jumpers. I was told that they were inside so I took it apart completely and still can't find jumpers.

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Check the jumper settings, not sure

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Bios does not recognize the floppy drive


This Setup/BIOS can be reached by striking a certain key during boot; for most machines, it is the Delete/Del key.

Restart your you will see a certain key to press usually the F2 or Delete key

press and hold that key to enter set up.


Once in BIOS/CMOS using the arrow keys navigate to information about all your hardware (hard drive floppy CD-ROM etc) If you don't know how to find it, look in anything resembling Basic or General settings.


If this information is not listed there, look around in the different settings being careful not to change anything until you do find it.

Since BIOS's differ from PC to PC it is impossible to say what heading to find the information on.
to access any of the settings select the name press enter


Once you reach the settings for the drives go down to the Floppy and select it.

If you are trying to get Windows to see it enable the Floppy drive.

If you are trying to get Windows to forget it disable it.


if you change any settings by mistake

you can always load failsafe or optimised defaults

press escape then F10 to save to cmos to restart


hope it helps

Mar 21, 2012 | Teac Floppy Drive 235HF Internal Floppy...

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Hello! I have a Floppy Drive FD-235HG-C332 manufacturer TEAC. I want to know what data capacity (Operations modes) has my device: 720Kb, or 1Mb, or 1,44Mb, or 1,6Mb, or 2Mb. There are jampers, placed...


Your TEAC FDD (floppy disk drive) is a Tri-mode device (720 KB, 1.2 MB, and 1.44MB)

The "235" part of the model number indicates the drive's form factor (size) is 3.5 inches.
The "HG" part of the model number indicates that the FDD is a Tri-mode device, with the 3 modes
given above.

The manufacturer notes that it has no jumpers, but every FDD I've ever seen has jumpers for
bus master/slave selection. Either master or slave will work.

Here's the manufacturer's web site URL for your TEAC floppy disk drive:
http://www.teac.com/DSPD/support/floppy_drives/fd235hg_id_your_drive.htm

Here's the info on the NEC FD 1137C drive:
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Enclosure Type Internal
Interface Floppy (IDC)
Platform: PC
Technical Features Capacity 1.44 MB,2.8MB,360MB,720KB,1MB,640KB
Minimum System Requirements:
Operating System Microsoft DOS • Microsoft Windows 3.1 • Microsoft Windows 95 • Microsoft Windows NT
Form Factor: 3.5" floppy disk drive

Here's the best info I found on your NEC FD 1137C Floppy disk drive:
http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/602209/210081532-394871196/NEC1137C-DATE1992-floppy-Adaptive-720K-1-44M-120M-Capacity-120M-40PIN-Interface-3PIN-Jumper-FD1137C-NEC1137C.html

May 13, 2011 | Teac Floppy Drive 235HG (FD-235HG) Floppy...

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Trying to run my old HPP game in windows 7 but can't get compatability


There is a good chance that you won't be able to run that game on windows 7 with any sort of compatability mode. There is however another more advanced method that can be used to run very old games. You can set up a virtual machine on your windows 7 operating computer, and on this virtual machine install an earlier copy of windows, windows 98 for instance, which will run the game just fine.

To do this you need a copy of windows 98, thats the easy bit.

Then you need to download and install Windows Virtual PC and check your software compatibility. The download link can be found here.

Once you have Windows Virtual PC installed then you will need to set up your first virtual machine.
  • Start up the program
  • A wizard will pop up and help you through the creation of your first VM
  • Select "Create Virtual Machine" and then click Next
  • Select the Name For Your VM then click Next
  • Then from the drop down menu to the left select Windows 98 and click Next
  • Select "Using The Recommended Ram" then click Next
  • Select "A New Virtual Hard Disc" then click Next
  • My Suggestion is to leave these at Default, then click Next
  • Check over the details and click Finish.
That should see your first VM Setup. Now go to the Virtual PC Console, select the VM you just created and click start. You should see a window that pops up showing what appears to be a PC starting up. That is the virtual PC starting up just like your pc would. Starting up for the first time can take quite a while so be patient.

The VM should then display the message "Reboot and Select proper Boot Device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device".

It's at this point you need your copy of Windows 98, on you VM window you will see on the menu bar at the top of the window the drop down "CD" click on this and select your disc method, which CD drive the disc is in or if it's an ISO file select that option.

Once you have that selected then:
  • Press the space bar and the screen should change
  • Select boot from CD-ROM, press enter
  • Select Start Windows 98 Seyup from CD-Rom, press enter
  • Press Enter when promted to
  • Select Configure unallocated disc space, press enter
  • Select, "Yes, Enable large Hard Disc Support". press enter
  • Press Enter when promted, the VM will now restart
  • Repeat the first 3 steps
  • Setup should now be formatting your virtual hard drive
  • Press Enter when prompted
  • The Windows setup Wizard should now be running
  • Follow the wizard through and Windows will start installing
  • During this process the VM wil restart several times
  • Once the VM restarts and again promts to start from CD-Rom or Hard Drive, select Hard Drive, then press enter.
  • Once your VM starts up in Windows 98, proceed with the installation of the game and any other software it needs.
Once you've done all this you will have the perfect compatibilty platform set up for any old games you own, as it is Windows 98 not some mode stuck on the side of you version of windows.

This is quite a long and complicated method, but it will work and it will allow you to play just about any pre 2000 game going.

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PIN ASSIGNMENT FOR fd235hf 7192


This page has information about the floppy drive data connector pinout, and their page about the power connector is here.

Nov 30, 2010 | Teac Floppy Drive FD-235HF Internal Floppy...

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Freezing up when installing winxp pro.


MAY BE THIS COULD HELP. PUT YOUR LAPTOP IN FRONT OF A FAN, THEN TRY TO FORMAT IT AGAIN, IT SOUND FUNNY BUT I FACE THIS CASE MORE THEN 3 TIMES, THE LAPTOP JUST TOO HOT DURING THE INSTALLATION (PUT THE FAN WITH LEFT SIDE FACING THE FAN)
JUST SHARING=)

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FD-235HF-7529


This drive supports Ready signal or Disk Change signal on pin 34 (RY34 or DC34), has a large number of jumpers for various settings, thus (unlike the standard 235HF drive which works in PCs only) this drive can used to replace a 720k drive on older computers such as Amstrad CPC/PCW or Commodore AMIGA.

Nov 03, 2008 | Teac (FD235HFC291/391) (FD235HFC291391)...

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FD-235HG


1.2 MB? is this a 5 1/4" drive you are talking about?

You need an older floppy IDE ribbon. No drivers needed for that.

Aug 23, 2007 | Teac Floppy Drive 235HF Internal Floppy...

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TEAC floppy drive won't work with Vista Home Premium


Have you tried WWW.Driverguide.com - Generally I have found all the drivers I need there. Else try the manufacturer's web site at www.teac.com

Aug 15, 2007 | Teac Floppy Drive 235HF Internal Floppy...

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3.5 Floppy drive


Hi, i have installed thousands of Internal Floppy drives and there aint no conflicts between win/95/98/me and xp. all discs should be compatible, unless you took it from a apple machine for example. did it work when you put in a new floppy drive? all the best John

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