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2022-06-15 7:18:56 PM  
Well, that's really Fuciked up!
 
2022-06-15 7:53:14 PM  
Now all we need is a reference to Homer Simpson and this thread can be closed.
 
2022-06-15 9:15:37 PM  

Bob Down: Now all we need is a reference to Homer Simpson and this thread can be closed.


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2022-06-16 12:03:58 AM  
Sooooo which one is A: drive?

I will admit to still having a floppy drive in my pc....it's the last actual bit of my IBM aptiva (I still use the aptiva case)
 
2022-06-16 5:32:24 AM  

Boomstickz: Sooooo which one is A: drive?

I will admit to still having a floppy drive in my pc....it's the last actual bit of my IBM aptiva (I still use the aptiva case)


I not only have a floppy drive in my main machine, it works!

'Course, if I want to upgrade to Win 11, I'll have to replace the motherboard (no TPM or socket for an aftermarket TPM), and then there goes the working floppy.

/Yeah, I know there are ways to install 11 without a TPM.  Not interested.
 
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