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Anonymous 4 September 2004 14:01:01 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?) B drive in the Bios is set to 5.25 360K ("Auto" is not an option with floppy drives). SmallMember Posts: 49 Re: X Floppy / PC Problem / IO Device Control Error « Reply #29 on: July 09, 2014, 04:06:10 am » 2 2222222222222222222.jpg (401.59 kB, 2688x1520 - viewed I have swaped the cables, and they test fine also. If that does not help, try setting it to drive 2, A in BIOS and the same deal with the cable.Update #1: Here is another document with jumper settings for various navigate here

but it works. If you are using a USB hub, connect the drive directly to one of the computer’s USB ports. Step 6 – After the computer has restarted, insert the SD card into the computer’s SD card reader and it will now function properly. Anonymous 5 September 2004 05:27:02 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?) Unfortunately it is not a drive or disk problem.

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My drives are connected to the end of the floppy cable. I have swaped the cables, and they test fine also. > > I have found, unfortunately the same way as you, that the "quality control" > of both floppy drives and What Data Life Diagnostics tell you about it? If the error continues to be thrown, the connection is not the likely cause of the problem.

  1. When I looked into the controller, pins 4 ,5 and 6 are gone, but the original image of the motherboard at msi does also show pin 4,5 and 6 are suppose
  2. it help a lot 😛 Alan M I had this problem with a portable hd and i unplugged it then plugged it in again and everything was fine and dandy 😆
  3. I thought that reformatting it back to vista could help, becouse the drivers are probably only only working in vista.
  4. Same message with 3 diferent drives that all work fine on a machine running W95.
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  6. Also, Windows XP doesn't come with drivers for formatting 5.25" disks; Microsoft says you have to use "3rd party drivers," although I've yet to find any.
  7. Shouldn't you have to notify the system that it's 9spt, ie, add /N:9 on the end, and not the standard 18spt for a 1.44MB disk?

Then, click or choose the “Device Manager” menu option located beneath the “Computer Management” window. The registry key should have the name that resembles the format of \DosDevice\X: where X can be any alphabet letter which corresponding to your physical system drive letter. The true path to My Documents (via Documents and Settings..etc) doesn't exactly spring out at you, although it can be found. Derek wrote: > Linux shows the "real" structure rather than the simplified> version XP provides I couldn't figure out how to send you a private mail (maybeyou have it turned off?)

I just wonder why windows 7 does not work Report • #24 Floppyzipjaz November 3, 2013 at 01:13:29 For those who want to know why I like to use floppies, it jeanrdevine31 · September 9, 2016 2:41am PST 3 I need help!!!! Report • #32 Floppyzipjaz November 4, 2013 at 20:38:12 Well, I ran cmd as admin to replace the floppy drivers, it didn't work. Log in Forgotten Your Password?

susan My husband changed the password on the mail and none of the computers now receive mail. SmallMember Posts: 49 Re: X Floppy / PC Problem / IO Device Control Error « Reply #6 on: May 21, 2014, 05:03:13 am » Changed the power sup today. Error given is 0x8007045D, since so many users seem to have the same problem microsoft should surely issue a patch or solution program not say it is either hardware trouble (their Step 5 – If you note a red “X” on the menu icon located next to the device description, the hardware periphery has been disabled by the OS.

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I used X Floppy to write several disks today. http://www.tech-faq.com/io-device-error.html There are 2 more at the front before the twist. I/o Device Error Windows 7 I find a diskette that is formatted how I want, 360 or 720. The Request Could Not Be Performed Because Of An I/o Device Error {{offlineMessage}} Store Store home Devices Microsoft Surface PCs & tablets Xbox Virtual reality Accessories Windows phone Software Office Windows Additional software Apps All apps Windows apps Windows phone apps Games Xbox

MattCarpMay 14th, 2007, 06:56 PM[I'm note sure which forum is most appropriate] I plopped a 5.25" 360K floppy into my Pentium III desktop (Intel 440BX chipset, AOpen AX6BC) to begin archiving check over here Although I had to attach the 5.25" as A: and 3.5" as B: on the cable. Nikola ooh so helpful i found it… atapicdrom…I unchecked the DMA enabled in ATA Disk and i had problems with the sound and the mouse…I understand now..Thank you for everything indhi Thanks, Arivnd m scott i have the same problem but with windows 7 starter, if i put in a 2 or 4gb card and it is not recognised, if it is

Report • #25 Floppyzipjaz November 3, 2013 at 04:13:31 If it is the driver that is broken, how do you replace the drivers? Some PC power supplies do work with bad capacitors but will not filter output correctly thus creating ripple current and slowly killing the connected devices. Niamh van Meines Greetings, My WD Drive does not show up & I get the I/O error message. his comment is here Plus, I now have old software that I find occasionally and I wanna try them too.

So did I. SmallMember Posts: 49 Re: X Floppy / PC Problem / IO Device Control Error « Reply #33 on: July 09, 2014, 05:15:35 am » Quote from: Opethian on July 09, 2014, i forgot to mention that the 5.25 FD doesnt work in normal Windows or Dos use.

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Logged eidis ThrobbingMember Posts: 1198 Re: X Floppy / PC Problem / IO Device Control Error « Reply #14 on: May 22, 2014, 04:19:23 pm » Hi K.h. !There is a I will replace it « Last Edit: May 15, 2014, 05:45:43 pm by k.h. » Logged k.h. I have both 5.25 and 3.5 inch floppy drives. same as before : IO Error. « Last Edit: May 21, 2014, 08:04:06 am by k.h. » Logged eidis ThrobbingMember Posts: 1198 Re: X Floppy / PC Problem / IO Device

Wronnie, May 16, 2012 #3 Oddba11 Jim Joined: May 12, 2011 Messages: 5,656 Test the drive on another PC. Basic I/O Device Error Troubleshooting Before throwing away a “faulty” CD/DVD, or delving into more complex troubleshooting, there are some basic steps computer users can attempt to clear the I/O device So did I. weblink Report • #21 Derek November 2, 2013 at 11:49:15 HopperRoxPerhaps surprisingly I still used floppies at odd times until I moved to Win 8.

I read a few posts on google about how to fix this error message, but they all referred to out of date drivers and didn't say what else would cause/solve the And I get an I/O related error message when I try to format the disk from a CMD prompt: c:\> c:\>format a: /t:40 /n:9 Insert new disk for drive A: and Thank you-susan Nikola When I go to Properties and go to Advanced Settings the only thing that I can do is to uncheck "Enable DMA"…Look …   http://prikachi.com/images/940/3158940o.jpg memenode Unchecking "Enable DMA" Are other CDs working in that drive with Windows XP?

Start BurnCDCC2. Please post you motherboard and floppy drive model numbers.P.P.S. noe tell me about this problem that how could i handled it in a most easy way  Jeff Hi, I found my external hardisk in Device Manager but I can't seem Ill replace the system, got a "new" one for like 10 Dollars on Ebay.Since this stuff is really old, things like that can happen i guess ....

to get it working - but nothing.In normal use it says : cant read disk, drive error.The Fdd is configured within the Bios, as 1.2 MB Drive. Enter BIOS and enable "boot up floppy seek". Then, click the “Update Driver” menu option and follow the default OS prompts. I tried everything i could think of , but nothing helped ( Bios defaults, .Delete the XFloppy Files and entries to system.ini, Reinstalling the Floppy controller and so on … )

gimme a second.    TheMan I can't find it, either.  Sorry.  PGvideo I'm having the same problem  (no advanced settings tab) but i'm using  Windows 7.   I'm trying to burn or copy k.h. I installed the omniflop driver as well as all other stuff mentioned in the documentation. Has anyone had any luck with similar equipment?

If so, you can do it with:Virtual Floppy Image Converterhttp://www.vector.co.jp/soft/win95/util/se151106.htmlIf that is not the case, try physically connecting the floppy drive to the cable as A or B without touching the I am tempted to uninstall XP and try W95 or W98, but this may create more problems with my home network than the drive problem. "V Green" wrote: > > "DNJDad" NIKKI i have vista ,and there is no advance settings  tab. Otherwise it is probably an incompatible reader.

Both should be version 6.1.7600.16385. Logged k.h.

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