|Background: Lian-Li case uses front panel that pushes against floppy ejector button. If the case is too tight the button will be slightly depressed. |
Result: PC will not read Floppy Disk but CMOS will recognize floppy on startup.
FIX: Move floppy back from front panel to allow 1/32 or so clearance.
I now have an extra floppy drive.
[Floppy posts seem to all be locked so I can't REPLY in existing post. No way to search for OPEN floppy posts]
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Question: Floppy not working?
Reply # 17:
Date: October 28, 2005 at 06:49:47 Pacific