On Wed, 6 Apr 2005, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Except that that won't work with the laptop, as you can't replace its drive
> with a generic 10 EUR model.
You can get USB floppy drives.
But who uses floppy drives these days? Floppies are so unreliable
they're close to useless.
If you have a half-modern BIOS, get a USB storage keyring or pen. Or
use your MP3 player ;).
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