Make sure that the computer's BIOS has the floppy drive enable. Windows XP
can start-up correctly without a working floppy drive and will not
automatically install one. We can add a floppy drive manually but the
floppy drive will disappear if the BIOS has it turned off.
Quote:> you might have to assign it a drive letter. go to the
> control panel->administrative tools->computer management-
> >storage->disk management and see if the drive shows
> there. if it does right mouse click it and see what you
> can do.
i upgraded to win xp today, and i tried reinstalling aol
7.0 but it didnt work, as i was exiting the setup i found
that my d drive had dissapeared. since i was jusdt
installing stuff to it 5 minutes beforehand, i was
surprised. all the programs on it were not working
anymore. i tried reinstalling drivers but to no avail.
what happened to my d drive?
(i have two drives, c and d)