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  Stuartli 17:33 20 Oct 2003

As Pumas points out a loose cable(s) will be the most likely cause - the second is the eject button not coming out far enough after inserting a floppy disk.

My son is an IT support specialist and has pointed out in the past that loose or faulty cables are the biggest cause of problems with floppy drives.

Worth a check too in Device Manager that the drive is working OK - the driver will be the standard Windows one.

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