Add Virtual Floppy Drives to Windows 7, Vista and XP machines

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Ever tried to run software which needs floppy drive to continue ? Well it might not be just common but I have even seen programs which still look for Floppy Drive which are almost extinct. I remember in XP there were times where you need a floppy drive to create book disk ( If I am not wrong ).

Virtual Floppy Drive is the program which can handle these situations for you by installing a Floppy Disk on your computer and will show along with Other Drives. This is similar to Adding a Virtual CD  or DVD  drive to your drive.

You can download this software from here and follow the instructions. Remember it needs the driver to be installed first and then you can install more then one floppy drive to your system. You will also need administrator privileges to install it.

Create Virtual Floppy Drive

Create Virtual Floppy Drive

Assigning Drive Letter

Assigning Drive Letter

Since it doesn’t need any setup you can carry it any where you want. Being portable it increases the usage of it any where any time. It works on Windows 7 , Windows NT, Windows Vista , Windows XP.

You can create Floppy Drive of all those old time sizes 5.25″, 3.5″ and Sizes ranging from 160KB , 180 to 1.2 MB and 2.88 MB. you can even create DMF format virtual foppy drive if required.

Virtual Floppy Drive sizes

Virtual Floppy Drive sizes



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6 Comments to Add Virtual Floppy Drives to Windows 7, Vista and XP machines

  1. rene gonzalez

    this software work fine on “windows xp”, “windows 2000″, windows xp and “windows vista 32bits”, but on “64bits windows vista” a “This driver has been blocked from loading” apeared.
    thank you for your time.

  2. then what the hell does run on 64 vista?
    the damn japs at supermicro require a floppy to upgrade bios
    I thought they were the leaders in cutting edge tech…guess I was wrong!
    A floppy??? COME ON! so 1980’s!

    I’ve been surfing the net for hours looking for a sollution!
    God! What a joke.

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