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Hello
when i bought my computer(p4 windows xp professional),at first, i didn't view
my floppy drive(A:). i checked power source and it's connection between
motherbord(tape wiring),the green led ligth is turnon, everything is correct,but
my computer don't display the floppy drive A:.can you guide me please?
is there a hardware problem or a software problem?
thank's already your attention.
best regards

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Is the green light on all the time, if it is the ide cable is probably plugged in wrong, if not when your windows startes up press rather F2/delete or F12 (different for different motherboards) your looking for ''enter setup'' look in there to see if floppy has been picked up and if its enabled. might just be a dead floppy drive.

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