|CMOS is another term for bios setup. It describes the type of chip used to hold the information.|
If it's showing up in My Computer then the OS is picking up that the bios thinks you have a floppy drive. So it's some hardware or bios problem.
There could be 4 references to the floppy drive in your cmos:
The floppy controller (needs to be disabled)
The floppy drive type (set to NONE)
Floppy drive seek--the bios looks for a floppy drive during the posting process (set to NO)
Floppy drive in the boot order (remove it from the boot order or set it as the last device)
If none of that works then maybe your bios got corrupted. You could try a bios update or even 'update' with the current version of your bios.
But that can be tricky. Have you replaced the battery yet?
You're not really green until you're soylent green.