I am trying to install a program which requires me to have a floppy disk in my machine while the installation is going on.
I found a program called Virtual Floppy Drive that allowed me to create the drive and copy files to it, but it only works on 32-bit systems.
When I try to run it on Windows 7 64-bit, it gives me an error saying the virtual drive can't run on 64-bit systems.
I also tried using the
subst a: c:\myadrive in the command prompt, and it does not work.
Is there another way to accomplish this?