Too many lights

  Coaster3 22:42 27 Feb 03
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My hard drive and floppy drive lights are on all the time. Furthermore, my floppy drive isn't working.

Any ideas?

  Sir Radfordin™ 23:50 27 Feb 03

Cables on the motherboard on the wrong way round??

  Coaster3 10:12 28 Feb 03

Thanks for the suggestion. It turned out to be a faulty floppy drive. Replaced it with another and all is well.

Have decided to do without a floppy drive rather than buy a new one.

  €dstow 10:56 28 Feb 03

Floppies are a bit of a waste of time in modern machines. On the few machines I have that are fitted with floppy drives, they never get used. What's the point? Todays programs and files are so large that you would need a van load of floppy disks for the most simple of records.

Imagine WXP on floppies!{;-)

€d

  Coaster3 13:52 28 Feb 03

Hi Ed, it was useful for putting stuff on for my dughter to take to university. The stuff will now go on CDs.

  Legolas 14:56 28 Feb 03

I still find floppies the quickest and easiest way to transfer work from college to home for working on.

  MartinT-B 15:22 28 Feb 03

If youir floppy light remains lit, it COULD be that you floppy cable is "back to front".

Make sure the red side goes to pin 1

  MartinT-B 15:22 28 Feb 03

If your floppy light remains lit, it COULD be that you floppy cable is "back to front".

Make sure the red side goes to pin 1

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