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    Eleet floppy disks!

    See attachment.

    Enjoy.
    Hi.

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    I love it

    Although "floppy disks" might be considered "hardware" I think your post really belongs in "tech humour"

    Please no negs folks.

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    waste of bandwidth
    ***===============================***
    ****=How to make your Flopys 1337!=****
    ***===============================***
    ***-----------------------------***

    *Insert 1 flopy disk...

    *Goto command line...

    *Type "Debug", then enter the information like so:

    -L 0 0 0 1
    -E 26 29 37 13 37 13
    -W 0 0 0 1
    -Q

    *And you now have a flopy disk in the A drive with
    the serial:
    1337-1337
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    how you could come to that idea..interesting..are you love to observe the hardware ?

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    Hehe, I got bored one day and got to thinking about the sections on disks for no reason really... so I tested this little thing out and made a leet flopy.+

    Although "floppy disks" might be considered "hardware" I think your post really belongs in "tech humour"
    Proably, but it's all good.
    Hi.

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    haha nice very nice

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    Talking

    Do you do other numbers also? Maybe on request?

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