How do I fix diskette on failure?

How do I fix diskette on failure?

Remove disks, discs, and drives Make sure the computer is not booting a non-bootable device by remove any floppy and CD in the computer. Also, disconnect any external drives any other USB device (except the keyboard and mouse). If this resolves your problem, your computer was trying to boot from a non-bootable device.

How do I fix the selected boot device is not available?

Table of Contents

  1. Fix 1. Check boot order and reset BIOS settings to default.
  2. Fix 2. Perform a hard reset.
  3. Fix 3. Run Startup Repair with Windows installation disc.
  4. Fix 4. Run Bootrec commands with Windows installation disc.
  5. Fix 5. Fix damaged MBR without Windows installation disc. Conclusion.

What do you know about floppy disk?

The floppy disk drive, also known as diskette, is a removable magnetic storage medium that allows recording of data. IBM first introduced it as a 8-in diskette in 1971. In the middle of 1970s, a 5.25 diskette was introduced.

How do I disable floppy disk in BIOS?

Dangerous to play with what you know nothing about, but press F2 when you see the Dell logo, and then on the setup screen go to floppy drive and toggle it to DISABLE. Press escape and reboot the machine. See if that does what you expect.

How to get rid of floppy diskette seek failure?

Removing the drive from the boot order won’t get rid of this message. If you did indeed disable drive A:, you should replace the CMOS battery as low voltage will prevent retention of your settings. 11-07-2010 09:41 AM

Why do I not have a floppy drive on my computer?

Every time we turn the computer on, we get this message: We have gone into setup, and removed the floppy drive, as the computer does not even have a floppy drive. Why do we continue to get this message, and have to click on the F1 button to get the computer to boot up all the time?

Where is the listing for the floppy diskette drive?

11-07-2010 09:41 AM Did you find the listing for the diskette drive, usually listed as “A:”, and turn it to “OFF”, or did you just remove the drive from the boot order? Removing the drive from the boot order won’t get rid of this message.