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Old 12-20-2005, 06:03 PM   #1
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kfloppy error: device not correctly defined


Anytime I try to use kfloppy to do anything (quick format, full format, ...), I receive the error:
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Internal error: device not correctly defined
in the status box. I can use command line tools to format the floppy drive just fine and I never had this problem until upgrading to KDE 3.5. Can anyone offer any suggestions?
 
  


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