Heather Stern (email@example.com)
Fri, 30 Apr 1999 15:18:47 -0700 (PDT)
I ate the fortune cookie first, then read what Marcia Rieke wrote:
> If you're mini-pc is a Toshiba Libretto, you need to install
> a special driver for its interface card. See
> for instructions and the drivers.
> Marcia Rieke
On the theory that it might be the same chipset or something I took a look.
Thanks anyway, but it's a Ricoh Magio. What I have is not a PC-card floppy,
(Though as a completely side note, if you know how to find a driver for a
Maxell SuperDisk PCcard LS-120, please let me know. I asked the PCMCIA
hypernews forum about that one) I hear that this might also be selling in
Japan as a Thinkpad 235.
What I have is an honest-to-goodness parallel floppy; it has a standard
25 pin tail, and plugs into the parallel port on the back on my system.
Picture of the laptop itself at http://www.ricoh-usa.com/minipc/
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