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I'm not sure if I posted this in the right forum but here goes. I recently did a format on my laptop. Since, I've gotten this at boot....

"Err 5: Error Finding VFLOPPY.SYS
ERR 8: Fake floppy driver not found
Press any key to boot active partition."

If I press a key the system boots up fine. I just want this annoying nag message to go away. I've been all over the net looking for help, but it's all related to partition magic, and I didn't use that to format. If there is any advice anyone can share, please do. This message is driving me insane.

Edited by marlinth, 20 June 2005 - 01:22 AM.

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