Actually the new PC I just bought (Dell 3100/E310) didn't come with a floppy drive. Didn't come with system, driver, software, or peripheral disks either. I guess I should be grateful they could spare a box to ship me "the box". Anyway, I sure would like a floppy. I popped open the box to see inside and no cable for a floppy. But I did spot a male connector on the motherboard that seems to be the right size and number of pins, and keyway for a floppy cable. The only one of it's kind in sight. Do you suppose that would be it ??? No clue as to the maker of the motherboard..
The PC came with a serial ATA drive, so things inside were a little different to me. Just a 2 position ide cable for 2 cd roms