Direct access to virtual floppy disk files

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I’m sure that, from time to time, many Virtual PC users would find the ability to mount a virtual floppy disk (.VFD) file and directly access its contents (create, view, edit, rename or delete files, format the disk, or launch a program) useful. Well you can – using Ken Kato’s virtual floppy driver. Ken also has a whole load of tools for VMware users on his website.

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