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About Floppy to USB

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Floppy Drive Upgrade to USB Drive – Standard 3.5 inch A very Easy Floppy to USB Upgrade CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW Eliminate your need for 3 ½ floppies with this 3 ½ floppy-to-USB disk drive! Our 3 ½ floppy disk drive to USB flash drive reader converter will replace your existing floppy drive with […]

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About Usb To Wifi

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USB to WiFi – Wireless sharing of your shared directories via WiFi . USB to WiFi – Wireless sharing of your shared directories via WiFi. Works similar a regular USB memory stick. Share off a PC, a MAC, off the cloud, FTP, or email. Use this device to network large groups of equipment or, use […]

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Red light is always on

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Red light is always on If the red light on your Floppy to USB emulator is always on, please try the following Check Ribbon Cables Check Power Cables Reformat USB Try a different USB Stick Check light behavior Check Dip Switches <<<Back to the Floppy to USB Support Page

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Check light behavior

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Check light behavior if your USB and emulator are working properly, the red light should flash when the stick is plugged in.  if your stick has a light, it should also light up. When reading from the stick, the green light should flash. If the lights do not behave in this manner, please check your […]

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Check Dip Switches

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Check Dip Switches If your USB emulator is not working, it might be your dip switches.  The dip switches are configured for different types of equipment or machines.  Please contact our technical support department for correct pin configuration based on the equipment the  emulator will be installed in. Our most common drive is the USB-A001.  […]

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Reformat USB Stick

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Reformat USB Stick Sometimes reformatting your USB Stick might fix any issues with your USB reader. To format your USB stick, please refer to the following video below. Smaller size stick (data-wise) sometimes work better and faster. You might try using a small USB stick if this does not resolve your issue <<<Back to the […]