Old OPTION BOARD not copy 1.44Mb disk????

I have a old Option Board copy for backup security, the sofware read very nice the 1.44MB disk but not copy.  I need a patch for solved this problem.

Tnx  Adolfo.
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PBMaxCommented:
Can you rephrase that?
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magigrafCommented:
PBMax, that's a COURT LEGAL statement *lol*
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ea2cmsAuthor Commented:
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magigrafCommented:
ea2cms..

If you can read from your drive (floppy), but cannot write to it, I will presume here that you have tried several floppies, new and old, formatted them and still get the same errors.

If this is the case you look like having a deffective floppy drive.  There is not PATCH to fix a hardware problem when it's faulty.  You need to replace it a new one.

Hope this helped
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