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Floppy Drive B

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I have a pentium 75 System with 2 HD, 1 CDROM, 1 ZIP (ATAPI-IDE) and 1 Floppy Drive
Since I reinstalled windows 95 I always have a floppyA and a floppy B icon on my computer.
In the BIOS there is only Floppy A active.
Any idea ?
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I'm assuming all the other drives have thier own letters (I.E. B: is not being assigned to one of them).

Remove all floppies and the floppy drive controller in Device Manager,reboot,re-run Hardware Detection Wizard.

If still there,try removing them in Safe Mode.
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What letters have your HDDs, CD-ROM, ZIP, FDD?

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