So I’m trying to repair this Windows 98 SE machine and the nic needs a new driver. So I put everything on my Lexar Jumpdrive but it needs a special driver for Windows 98 SE. So I download the driver to a floppy disk.. yes, remember those things? And I put it in the drive but the machine won’t recognize the disk. I format a new one and it doesn’t recognize that. So I decide I’ll burn a cd and I go to get the usb drive from the back of the machine only to find that the machine I’ve been putting the floppy into doesn’t have the usb drive plugged in. Matter of fact, no cables or anything is plugged in because that machine is in line for repair when I’m done with this. Aye!
Husband to one wonderful wife, father to five fantastic children, juggler, technophile, freelancer, DIYer, adventurer, volunteer, KO4NFA (2m/70cm), WRMJ225 (GMRS)
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