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LAPTOP FLOPPY DRIVE QUESTIoN


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I had my laptop for a while now
The bios Boot ORder shows a floppy drive
But there is none physically.
Is it possible that it is built inside the laptop.
seems unusual but still
My Specs:
PRESARIO V2000
512 RAM
128 ATI RADEON GRAPHICS CARD
1.8 GHZ
60g HArd drive
USing a cooler
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Most laptops have removable floppy drives that can be swapped out with cdrom drives. So theres usually floppy recoginition in the bios on the laptops.

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oh.
well that's weird, cuz there is no removable facility except for taking the laptop apart.
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