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Posted on 2003-10-30
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The floppy controller on my MB is broken so I'm going to install an I/O card.The problem is that it has a jumper for primary/secondary in reference to the floppy,the default is secondary.I have never heard of this in reference to a floppy drive how should I set it?
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Set it for Primary if you plan to use it to replace the onboard one.  
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Thanks that just what I wanted to know.
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no prob! :)
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