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Socoder -> Hardware and Technology -> Floppy Purchase

Sun, 12 May 2024, 04:26
therevillsgames
If you still need to buy floppy disks Linkage
Sun, 12 May 2024, 04:26
Jayenkai
Staggeringly expensive, nowadays. Used to get 5 for £1 at our local video shop!

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Sun, 12 May 2024, 06:22
steve_ancell
This is how I used to get 3 inch discs for the Amstrad. Buy the crap that was in the clearance baskets at Lasky's and Dixons, blank them and use them. Usually needed to put a sticker over the write protect bit but they still worked all the same.
Mon, 13 May 2024, 05:53
therevillsgames
From what I read floppies are no longer created and the ones sold are left overs. A few airways still use them to update planes!