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kpnskendra

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I need some help with my computer. We just did a quick restore of our computer and then had to get a new CD Rom drive and also upgraded our memory. Now I am trying to access our Floppy Disk drive and I keep getting a message that says
A:\ is not accessiable. The device is not ready. I am trying to access a floppy disk that has our Internet Bookmarks stored on them so that I don't have to re type the list, rather just transfer the bookmarks back to internet explorer. We have Windows 98SE on our computer. How do I fix the problem without losing the data on the disk? Any assistance would be appreicated!!
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Did you remove the cable from the floppy drive? It's very easy to put them in backwards.
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Did you remove the cable from the floppy drive? It's very easy to put them in backwards.

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Just had my DH recheck and all the cables are back in place properly.
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Can anyone help? THANKS!!
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