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Floppy drives

I would suggest that one or both of the drives is bad. You should be able 
to read and write floppies on either system that are readable on nearly 
every other system. 
Drives can get out of alignment. CD-RWs have a similar problem. 
On 2 May 2002 at 10:41, Rob Ransbottom wrote:

> I am finding that my floppy drives are
> flakey, that is they don't read each
> others' output.  Aggravating as they
> are used mostly for install & rescue.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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