Disabling storage device using bios Tags: Hard Drives BIOS Floppy Disk Storage Devices Last response: March 8, 2013 4:07 AM in Storage Share polokoboteng March 7, 2013 5:40:51 AM Hello, how do i disable floppy disk drive using bios More about : disabling storage device bios | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Reply to polokoboteng Register or log in to remove popatim Storage Authority March 7, 2013 10:36:56 PM disable the floppy controller or set the floppy drive to 'not installed'. If you get an A on your homework I want an apple for my work, LOL - an new ipad will do fine. | Report abuse Reply to popatim Hurrygoopo March 8, 2013 4:07:56 AM This could give you the answer: http://www.techbuzz.in/enable-disable-block-usb-mass-st... | Report abuse Reply to Hurrygoopo Ask the community Post an answer Tom's Hardware>Forum>Storage>Disabling storage device using bios> Related ressources: ForumHow do you disable a storage device by using bios and configure driver signing v ForumHow to disable a storage device using a BIOS ForumHow do you disable a storage device by using bios and configure driver signing v ForumSolvedUsing old storage device in new PC ForumSolvedCan i use a Seagate Back up plus 3 TB external Drive as a regular storage Device ForumUsing old storage device in new PC ForumUsing usb port for connecting devices (webcam) other than storage device ForumProblems using USB storage device ForumUsing iPAQ as a simple USB storage device? ForumFirst time using multiple storage devices*HELP* ForumCan I upgrade the BIOS using an external USB wireless device? ForumSolvedHow to disable a floppy drive by use of a BIOS ForumHow do I disable my Marvel Storage Controller in bios? ForumMy laptop is busted how can I use its Hard Disk as an external storage device? ForumUse digital camera as data storage device ForumAnyone use the Wolverine FlashPac storage device? ForumMP3 Jukebox to use as a Digital Photo Storage Device? ForumSolvedHDD is showing in device manager/BIOS but not My Computer ForumUSB mass storage devices just don't work using XP? ForumSolvedUEFI Bios recognizes my SSD as a drive but not as a bootable device. More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !