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bejo147

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I am having a problem with my floppy drive the icon has disappeared + i can not access drive A at all now,this has never happened before plus the floppy has always worked perfect,until i was using a U Lead photo explorer 8.0 SE, also i have been using this for nearly a year without a problem to the floppy.
While uploading some photes a box came up i clicked on it as usual & finished my photo session then when i was looking in my computer i found that my floppy drive icon had gone, i know its a mixup somewhere with the drive letter but even when i checked my device manager & checked the floppy driver it says everything was working properly & enabled tryed uninstalling it restalling it no joy still no floppy A drive access.
I am working on Win XP Home, with a AMD ATHLON 2.4 GIG processer 80 gig h/d, DDR 768 MB, DVD/RW,CD/ROM, Floppy & my Mainboard VIA KM 400/A Chipset scoket A Mainboard, MS8188E Series :tazz: .
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Moving since this thread has absolutely nothing to do with comments or suggestions about the site.

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have you tried physically unplugging the drive...starting the machine...turning it off..plugging it back in?
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have you tried physically unplugging the drive...starting the machine...turning it off..plugging it back in?


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