When your PC tries to access your floppy disk drive, there could be a number of reasons. Luckily, they're pretty simple to solve -- we'll show you how to troubleshoot and fix this problem.
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- Why does my PC try to access my floppy disk drive when there is no diskette in it?
- What does it mean when a hard disk has a head crash?
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- How does a Zip drive store so much more data than a floppy drive?
- What is the churning sound I hear from my hard drive whenever it is retrieving data?
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