Flash drives can be used for everything floppy drives
used to be used for and then some.
We know that PC towers are tempting targets for everything from objects jammed into CD and floppy drives
to fronts being kicked in or parts literally ripped off.
-- The TransPort X3000's floppy drive
is modular in design and can be swapped out for a second battery.
Decide which files you want to back up often, such as key financial and customer documents, and choose a device where you want to send them, such as the drive letter "a:" for a floppy drive
, or to a drive letter and directory path such as "d:\mybackups" for a backup directory you created on your second hard drive.
2 computer maker said floppy drives
had been overtaken by technologies such as USB flash memory, which offers greater storage capacity, and would become an option on its Dimension 8250 models.
The first 51/4in floppy drive
was introduced by Shugart Associates in 1976 to be compatible with IBM's mainframe computers, then made the transition to the company's early personal computers.
The only storage devices suitable for file-sharing were on the server: a floppy drive
and a CD-ROM reader.
A 15-inch monitor is included with both the Gateway 300SE Special and Dell Dimension 4500S mentioned above, and Gateway throws in a 3.5-inch, 1.44 megabyte floppy drive
for the total price of $599.
Insert the disk you want to copy, then in Windows Explorer (or the window that opens after double-clicking on the My Computer icon), right-click on your floppy drive
The PC architecture controller comes standard with a floppy drive
and can be networked allowing automatic file transfer.
It is a 19-in., rack-mount system that features two serial (RS232) ports, a 6 GB hard drive, a 1.44 floppy drive
, an internal 320 W power supply, two USB ports, an external CD-ROM drive connector, and a built-in Ethernet port.
PC frontend includes a USB port, parallel port, 2 serial ports, VGA port, PS/2 mouse connection, PS/2 keyboard connection, PCMCIA slot and a floppy drive