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REPAIR FLOPPY DRIVE

I'M LOOKING FOR A SOFTWARE TO ALIGN DE TEAC FLOPPY DRIVES HEADS.I KNOW THAT THERE IS IT, THIS FLOPPY HAS SOME JUMPERS BEHIND.

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I used to do this for a living and at $25 for a new drive its not worth the time or cost to realign the drive.

Posted on Dec 28, 2006

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There are a few different applications that can aid you in doing this. Here is one. http://www.accurite.com/AAD.html Most often than not, the heads will not be realigned properly with such software, and the cost of purchasing the mechanical tools to do it manually and the time and energy it takes outweigh the cost of just buying a new drive. If you are having read/write problems, and an inexpensive head cleaner (http://pc-extras.com/prods/cl35ck.html) does not solve the problem, I would recommend replacement.

Posted on Nov 29, 2006

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