I suggest that you go to the people you bought the unit from and get them to fix the problem. Take that bad floppy disk out of the drive. baustinDec 24, 2008, 10:09 AM I think that I have something similar, but certainly no answers. If you continue to experience the same issues we recommend that Windows be reinstalled. http://casualobserver.net/floppy-disk/floppy-disk-s-fail-40-error-but-i-don-t-have-a-floppy-drive.html
Its an old one I have been using for 3-4 years. Hard drive crash is the most likely reason for the floppy error. So @Azz is correct, likely the relevant setting in your BIOS has been changed.
Any feedback would be great. I ended up replacing the SATA cable to my HD and that resolved the problem immediatellly. Check the setup of your virus scanning software for further information. The Disk Media Is Not Recognized Floppy The disk in drive A is not formatted.
by jmccardl / August 3, 2007 1:19 PM PDT In reply to: Try replacing the cable! Floppy Disk Problems And Solutions Thread Status: Not open for further replies. If you get this working OK, then you can update drivers from the web. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/floppy-drive-making-noise-light-turnin-347180/ Thank you for the advise.
Additional information Unable to read floppy diskette. Floppy Disk Not Recognized You might want to make sure it is current. share|improve this answer answered Jun 26 '14 at 17:11 Andrew 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Windows (and all other operating systems to my knowledge) take the BIOS's I will try that, thanks again.
And, oh yeah, don't forget the USB flash drive as he said... more info here S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology)is a somewhat outdated standard developed as an "early warning" system to detect hard disk issues. Floppy Drive Not Working by wpgwpg / May 31, 2013 9:13 AM PDT In reply to: XP will not load, displaying Floppy diskette seek failure... How To Read A Floppy Disk Without Formatting It I'm not kidding...your solution may be just that simple.
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Since it seems that your computer is new, I assume that's the operating system. After pressing F1, I get a blue screen reading: Windows has shut down to prevent damage.Get same message after trying: hitting F8 to boot to Safe mode, hitting F2 setup to One of my friends said it was trying to open up a program that the computer thinks its in my floppy drive and that it was no biggie just annoyance but Floppy Disk Driver Windows 7 Resolving that becomes a whole other issue, but it's where I'd start before I did anything else.
It usually just hangs in windows when I try to access the drive. Please help. Disconect and reconnect my SATA Drives at both ends (MOBO & HD)7. check over here In any event, a new computer shouldn't be such a hassle.
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