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How to ask the user to insert a floppy in drive A?

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How can I ask the user to insert a floppy in drive A? This must be done from within a VB5 application. The application is paused for a while and has to wait for the user's action.
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Question by:Zorro032798
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MikeP090797 earned 120 total points
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Try something like this:
1.Put a filelistbox on your form, name it fl1
2 Do this:

on error resume next
Do
MsgBox "Insert a disk into drive a and press Enter"
fl.path="a:\"
Loop Until Err=0
On error goto 0
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by:Zorro032798
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Works fine. Thanks, Mike.
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Oops, forgot to grade your answer.
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