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Old 04 September 2010, 23:33   #6
Narf the Mouse
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Originally Posted by alexh View Post
Whenever I've come across disks that appear not to work it has always turned out to be the drive is broken and in some cases the faulty drive has turned out to be responsible for damaging the disks.

Always test your drive is working well with some unimportant known good disks for a while, take a look under the shutter for signs of damage or ware.
I think you may have something. It's not detecting lack of write protection and its ability to detect disk type just took a sharp nose-dive.

You mean the shutter on the floppy? Not sure how to look for wear and tear there.

Guess I try sticking in a different floppy drive?
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