Does your PC stil have a floppy disk drive?
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
9 Mar 07
My PC does have a floppy disk unit, which is normal considering this computer is 7 years old already. Nowadays new modern computers often don't have floppy anymore, but i am happy that i still have it, because sometimes it can still be useful.
5 Mar 07
Yes my computer still has a 3.5" floppy drive. And yes we do still use it here, in the philippines, since were not really that much updated yet when it comes to technology. Though Usb's are starting to sell well but can be quite pricy at a thousand pesos average. And its the cheapest removable file storage i know- its costs like 25 pesos here or 50 cents in USD- so pretty cheap though you only have a 1.44MB limit to the file size you can store.
• United States
25 Feb 07
my computer doesn't have a floppy drive anymore, but my other one does, although its really old lol...i don't like floppies even when i did use them they are to unreliable for me they would always get messed up or something and then i'd lose all the information that was on them and get frustrated becuase then id have to start over, so i use cds now, more space, less errors
2 May 07
my computer does have a floppy drive but i never used it anymore. my pc has also a cd drive which i use often for my rewritable cds for soring files. hopefully i can buy pendrive or flash drive later on when i have extra money.
18 Mar 07
We bought this computer on 2002 and yes it still has that 1.4mb floppy drive. Haven't used A: for about the last 3 years, the last time it was used was when the computer was reformatted, we had to use a 'bootdisk'. I still remember when I was in the 3rd grade that we used to buy those neat DOS games in diskettes for 20pesos each copy, hehe.. Had some pretty good time with diskettes too. I also recall when windows95 was the only decent OS and you used to have (correct me if I'm wrong) approximately 20+ windows95 floppies to install it. Now technology can offer you 12 GB storage in your pendrive in just as big as a pocket torch (lol!). Blu-ray DVdiscs also seems to be the upcoming trend when it comes to laser media. Anyway, I sure will miss all those floppies for I really had associated some great times from the past with it.