Assuming you have a floppy drive, it will be drive A: Most of the time that drive will be a 3.5" 1.44 meg. Or maybe you have a really old computer with a 3.5" 720K drive, a 5.25" 1.2 meg or even a 5.25" 360K drive. But whichever it is you need to select the proper drive in cmos/bios setup.
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