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Creating ST Floppies With Windows 10


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I am currently running Windows 7 and I have a hardware floppy controller and drive that I use to write out ST images using FloImg. I'm looking at upgrading to Windows 10. I know that Windows 10 does not support USB floppies, but I'm finding contradictory information about hardware floppy controllers. Has anyone out there successfully written ST disks using Windows 10? I know that moving to HXC would be better, but you'd be surprised how far you can get with a stack of blank floppies. :)



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