I bought a brand new floppy disk drive, A floppy disk drive? And Mitsumi has stopped making the drive, so >>>> feels under no obligation to provide drivers. You sure this is a floppy drive and not a CD drive? >The only "mini" disk that I can think of is the one for a CD (the one >shown on Cheers! http://depthvision.net/windows-7/device-drivers-cd-dvd.html
That's when I started looking for a driver for Win 7. I have no idea > whether it applies to your situation or if it really works at all, > or if it's safe: > > http://www.techgeekandmore.com/2009...ive-to-work-with-windows-vista-and-windows-7/ OK Nil, here it is. This lets you know which Enum entry > in the registry is for the device. Win 7 and Win Xp drivers are missing. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/7948-63-windows-recognise-floppy-drive
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Solution! The program allows you to mount a floppy image file as a virtual floppy drive and directly access the contents. No drivers needed - presumably >>> Win 7 has them. >> If Win7 has the drivers, then you'd find a match for the VEN/DEV >> or VID/PID in the INF files If Win7 has the drivers, then you'd find a match for the VEN/DEV or VID/PID in the INF files on the computer.
Seum, Jul 17, 2011 #19 Seum Guest Paul wrote: > Seum wrote: >> VanguardLH wrote: >>> Paul wrote: >>> >>>> Seum wrote: >>>>> Hello Experts >>>>> >>>>> I acquired a USB And Mitsumi has stopped making the drive, so >>>>> feels under no obligation to provide drivers. Browse Floppy Disk Drive Driver Manufacturers 2TheMax Apple Belkin Bytecc Epson Fujitsu Hama HP (Hewlett Packard) Iomega Lacie Manhattan Panasonic Sabrent Western Digital (WDC) « ‹ 1 › » Total Pages: Windows 7 Floppy Disk Install I forgot that :-( Just now I tried >the floppy drive in other sockets and finally found one that works!
Other companies > rebadged that drive, so they may be in a similar situation. > > To fix it here, that'll mean another trip to the store, > looking for another Does any of you > experts know where I might find one? Press page up or page down until it changes to 1.44. Click "Next" to search for the driver.
Does >> anyone know that website? >> >> TIA >> > >Actually, I discovered something similar. The solution was to try one USB slot after the other and, if you are lucky, you hit gold. Floppy Disk Driver Windows 10 No drivers needed - presumably > Win 7 has them. Windows 7 Floppy Disk Support I wanted to use my >>>> Mitsumi USB floppy on the Windows 7 laptop, and there was no >>>> driver for it.
I only discovered the existence of that file, within > the last couple of days. > > Paul Actually I've found that sometimes the recorded USB devices (those plugged into the this contact form P. But there may be some users who may need to use the Floppy Disk for some reason. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's Usb Floppy Drive Driver Windows 7
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. He is a lifelong computer geek and loves everything related to computers, software, and new technology. Seum, Jul 16, 2011 #16 Paul Guest Seum wrote: > VanguardLH wrote: >> Paul wrote: >> >>> Seum wrote: >>>> Hello Experts >>>> >>>> I acquired a USB floppy disk drive have a peek here You could fake out your friends with this fake USB floppy drive (which is actually still a USB flash drive): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXhS8OQrORE (yuck yuck yuck) Was there a reason you chose to
Lastly, if you have any OLD programs that you were just looking to load. Usb Portable Diskette Drive Driver Windows 7 Gilliver (John) Guest In message
I can't recall ever seeing a 5.25" USB floppy drive but that doesn't mean someone didn't make one (http://www.deviceside.com/fc5025.html).
Win 7 and Win Xp drivers are missing. The free version of the software supports image creation upto 300 MB only. 4] PowerISO PowerISO is an another CD / DVD / BD image file processing tool, which allows you to open, Win 7 and Win Xp drivers are missing. Floppy Disk Driver Windows 7 Download It might work. >> >> The solution of the problem is to try all the USB sockets, until you >> find one that works Then, Yippee!!
If I had just gotten a link to another website for instructions I probably wouldn't have gotten around to it because it's not TOO important. The devices are recorded in the registry for > recognition later when they get plugged in again, especially into a > different port. > > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USBSTOR > > If Windows detected the drive! http://depthvision.net/windows-7/device-drivers-usb.html Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
Good Luck. and work just fine on a Windows 10 computer. And Mitsumi has stopped making the drive, so >feels under no obligation to provide drivers. Gilliver.
By 1982 when the PC showed up, the 5.25" 720KB/1.2MB floppy was not the minifloppy of yore. How do you know "drivers are >>> missing?" What is the status in Device Manager? Other companies >>>> rebadged that drive, so they may be in a similar situation. >>>> >>>> To fix it here, that'll mean another trip to the store, >>>> looking for another Open your computer case.2.
Thanks VanGuardLH for your help. Gilliver (John) Guest In message
Then after reboot, returned the BIOS settings to their original conditions: - - and poof! Now >I'll have to go around in the next week with my head down between my >legs. Furthermore, installing the wrong Sabrent drivers can make these problems even worse. I went into BIOS, turned off the floppy drive detection/enable settings and turned everything off.
You'll figure it out. About Us We're a community of knowledgeable PC enthusiasts, providing advice and support for Windows 7 users. A few weeks ago I bought a tiny 4GB plug-in stick. If the USB device is recognized (something you didn't mention), what do you see or what happens when you select the device in Windows Explorer?
If the "mini" disk was a CD on which were the drivers then it may be there are no driver available or provided by the manufacturer beyond Windows 2000.