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If your library contains many virtual floppy disks, you can type all or part of the name of a virtual floppy disk in this field. For example, if your library contains a virtual floppy disk named BootFloppy1, you can type BootFloppy1 in the Look for field to display only that disk. Alternatively, if your library contains a set of virtual floppy disks with similar names such as BootFloppy1, BootFloppy2, and BootFloppy3 , you can type BootFloppy to display all three disks and then select the one you want.

If your library contains a large number of virtual floppy disks, you can select Type , Owner , or Operating System from the Group by drop-down list box to sort the list of virtual floppy disks by one of those categories.

After you select the virtual floppy disk that you want to use, click OK to close the Select virtual floppy disk dialog box. If this hardware profile is a new or existing stand-alone hardware profile, click Apply to save the settings. If this hardware profile is on the Configure Hardware page in the New Virtual Machine Wizard or the New Template Wizard and you have completed any other settings you want to configure on this hardware profile , click Next to save the settings and continue to the next page.

Alternatively, to save your settings not only in this wizard but also as a stand-alone profile, click Save Profile , type a name in the Name field on the General tab and, optionally, change any other settings ; click Apply , click OK to return to the Configure Hardware page; click Next to continue to the next wizard page, and then complete the wizard as usual. If this hardware profile is on the properties page of an existing virtual machine or template, click Apply to save the settings. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads.

By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Office Office Exchange Server. Not an IT pro? For problems or questions regarding this web contact the Webmaster. For more information , please call Assuming that you have downloaded and installed the CDBurnerXP program, start the program and you will see the following window Fig. Select the Data disk option and click OK to continue.

But that is not our purpose here, proceed to step three. Click on the OK button to return to the previous screen. I really rather stay away from the command it at all possible.

I would like to think that the removal of the floppy option in the GUI was just for this specific ver of VPC for Windows 7, since they seem to refer to it only as an Application Compatibility solution for Windows 7. I have to agree with the sentiments already posted. Microsoft has taken a big step backward by not keeping floppy support in VPC. Windows XP is not the be-all end-all of backwards compatibility, and whether Microsoft wants to believe it or not, many users of virtualization technology depend on legacy support that stretches back to DOS.

I am not a scripter, and I am not a programmer. The VBScript you provided, despite following the instructions and doggedly perusing the help files and TechNet, was a dead-end. Still no floppy in VPC. It will effectively promote many to seek out and use other products for their virtualization needs.

Thanks for the scripts. I am trying to mount images but I keep getting "cannot find specified file" errors no matter where I put or point my images. One of the reasons for virtualization is to run legacy systems. Most legacy systems have floppy drives. They work fine, except I get the error "The system cannot find the file specified. I can run the vb script, but when I to run the powershell script I get an execution error. Lack of a simple GUI element for this is a critical mistake.

I suppose it scarcely matters, though, as Windows 7 itself seems to have problems writing to floppies anyway. Tried this on 3 different machines running Windows 7 RTM x86 and x It reads floppies fine, just corrupts them on write. I ultimately had to dual-boot my main system to WinXP for full floppy support.

I have all of my floppy disks imaged with WinImage, and I occasionally need to have a physical copy of disks for the computer I keep on my desk for legacy DOS stuff. Virtual PC recognizes that there is an A: I have used computers for several decades, but never written or used computer script. I need to be able to install an old legacy KeyForm Designer program on Virtual PC, but it only installs from a floppy disk. I can get the FloppyDrive. Can you possibly provide detailed information for me, so that I can get my floppy disk drive to actually work, rather than just be recognized?

As usual MS missses the boat. I never understood who they beta test with. We now have a ribbon? The need to have the ability to boot to dos for Ghost is important to a lot of users.

I think it should be incorporated as a patch to VM. Mike Z, I know this was a looooong time ago but I have the same problem. Did you get an answer? It is really insane that Microsoft choose to make Virtual PC far less friendly to legacy systems, when the main reason people use Virtual PC is for legacy systems.

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