Floppy Drive

  pk46 16:25 01 Jun 2007
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My motherboard doesn't support a floppy drive,i have a spare FDD connector on the MOBO is there an adaptor available were the FDD socket could be used to fit a floppy drive cable to it,or is this wishful thinking on my part.
Yes i have a USB floppy but wanted to fit it to the spare front slot.

  Eric10 16:46 01 Jun 2007

"My motherboard doesn't support a floppy drive"
"I have a spare FDD connector on the MOBO"
These are two contradictory statements, which is true?
If you mean that you have a spare IDE connector on the Motherboard then I'm afraid that I don't know of an adapter to connect your floppy drive to it. If you can find an LS120 drive (ebay?) then these connected to an IDE connector, could read and write floppies in addition to their own disks and fitted in a 3.5" bay.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:53 01 Jun 2007

MAke and model of motherboard?

FDD = Floppy Disk Drive

  pk46 17:31 01 Jun 2007

Many thanks to Eric10 for spotting my error i'm sorry,old head and a late night don't go well together it was a Floppy disk drive connector.
Also thanks to Fruit Bat/\0/\.

  wee eddie 17:43 01 Jun 2007

I'm sure I saw one mentioned somewhere here but I can't remember which Thread

  Stuartli 17:50 01 Jun 2007

pk46 says he/she has a USB floppy.

  pk46 21:49 01 Jun 2007

Stuartli i'm a male or i was when i last looked.

  Stuartli 23:19 01 Jun 2007

There's an old saying that looks can be deceptive...:-)

  woodchip 23:34 01 Jun 2007

So what are you trying to do? and what have you got?

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