|Are you saying it is an rlr or mfm drive? |
It that that newer ata will read it but you'd have to set bios to the drive parameters.
As T-R-A suggests you can use either a serial or parallel cable. If you have dos or up to windows 7 they all should have interlnk/intersrv to direct serial connection available.
See if a linux floppy would work like G4U or thom's boot disk.
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