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currently the configuration of the super floppy drive is : A drive = 120mb and B drive = 1.44mb.
How do I change the configuration so A drive = 1.44mb and B drive = 120mb?
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dankh earned 200 total points
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Hi,

   For win95 Go into your bios and there is an option to swap floppy drives.  Also, what OS do you have?  If you have NT, go to Administrative tools\disk manager and change them from there.
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thank you for info.
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