Are 120mb Floppies still available?

  pj123 12:14 16 Sep 2006
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Not really a Help question (in the true sense of the word).

I have just found a 120mb Floppy drive in my "Come in Handy" box.

Can you still get 120mb floppy disks?

I have tried Google but not much luck.

I can't try it in either of my PCs because I don't have any IDE connections available, but I do have an external connector which will accept anything IDE, click here

If the 120mb floppy disks are not available though there is no point in keeping it.

  X™ 12:19 16 Sep 2006

No, I think they're gone. Floppy's are almost extinct. Use a CD-RW or even a Flash Drive, on the thread I just made, 1GB for £12.99. It's instant transfer, faster than a floppy, more reliable, and can do more.l

  X™ 12:22 16 Sep 2006

Proved me wrong.

  pj123 12:40 16 Sep 2006

crx1600, thanks.

Will give one a try.

Also checking my local supplier to see if I can get any from there.

Ticked.

  X™ 12:40 16 Sep 2006

No thanks to me! Lol.

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