On Monday, 28 July 2003 at 13:31:10 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> We have received a file on a floppy disk from a client.  When we put it into
> the drive it says that disk has not been formatted.  We  already read from the
> disk and transferred the file to another system earlier.  Why, after we have
> already used the file on the floppy disk does it now tell us it is not
> formatted.  We need to open the file to print out some information from the original
> information on the disk.  We do get a question that asks if we want to format
> the disk now.  Can we say Yes to that?  Or should we say No?  If we say yes,
> what will it do to the disk?

If you say yes, it will destroy all data on the disk.

Does this question have anything to do with FreeBSD?

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