Solving the problem what is fdd in BIOSSeptember 09, 2020 by Christopher Reddall
A floppy disk drive (FDD) or floppy disk drive is a hardware device that reads information from a data store. Invented in 1967 by the IBM team, it was one of the first types of hardware storage that a portable device could read / write. FDDs are used to read and write to removable drives.
I created a bootable USB drive on the back but was unable to duplicate it.
It shows measurements as USB FDD and has an option that will end up loading "Windows" on the back.
Every attempt as well as recovery was done on a USB hard drive and did not offer the "Windows" option. What's more, the HDD alternative doesn't account for large external USB drives. Both flash drives are actually in FAT format.
Both have old programs everywhere. ti 2010 loaded, ti 2010 correct version, DD 11.
I have tried both "Linux-like ..." and "Windows-like ...", both are more likely a result of the problems mentioned above.
A) The full and more secure version does not recognize external 500GB.
B) Without starting, you can select the "Windows" option at the very bottom of the list.
Is it possible that these settings belong to the media service provider contained in dd 10 and were removed after being published on dd 20?
Can anyone come up with me on the best way to convert IT to FDD and also suggest a Windows learning option? From experience I know that FDD often helps him to be ready to see the whole big externaldrive.
The contents of regular flash drives are shown below. But they are also different.
The one the experts think will suit me when I say this one will stay. The last one on the new right.
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