Disk does not eject
1 Switch off system and hold mouse or trackball button down while you switch system on.
2 Insert straightened paper clip into hole next to drive opening to eject disk.
3 Check floppy drive cable connection.
4 Replace floppy drive cable.
5 Replace floppy adapter.
6 Replace floppy drive.
Note: When replacing the logic board, check that the EMI clips are securely attached to the CPU stiffener. The "CPU Stiffener" topic in Take Apart helps you locate and identify the two EMI clips. If both clips are not secure, replace the CPU stiffener.
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