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 How many floppy drives can a computer support on a ribbon cable?

Answer A standard floppy drive ribbon cable can support a maximum of two floppy drives. Some floppy cables have the ability to support any combination of 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch drives. Floppy drives also ... Read More »
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Does Vista support floppy, zip& rev drives?

Microsoft Windows Vista supports most Iomega Zip, Floppy and Rev drives, according to the Iomega website. However, Zip drives connected by a parallel port do not work, nor does the IomegaWare softw... Read More »
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Does anyone still use floppy drives would you not consider buying a pc without an "a" drive?

No No NOFloppy drive is old type of drive to carry 1.4mb data to any whare from one computer to an othre computer now in these day's floppy drive is replased with usb storage devise normmly called ... Read More »
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Which type of connector should be used to connect the floppy drives?

The cable that connects a floppy drive has 34 conductors on the connector for the floppy drive. The connector is compatible with the 3.5 inch floppy drive and the 5.25 inch floppy drive. The ribbon... Read More »
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Definition of External Floppy Disk Drives?

Although there are floppy disk drives built into some computers, you can easily use external floppy disk drives with computers that do not have these built in. You insert a floppy disk into this c... Read More »
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