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Maybe not the funniest, but a couple years ago I was trying to install OS X 10.2 on my Wallstreet PowerBook G3. It installed just fine, but I could not get the computer to recognize the floppy drive. I tried all I could think of, repairing permissions, disk repair..etc. I reinstalled the OS about 6 or 7 times... still no dice.
Then just like magic on the last reinstall, it just started to work. To this day I have no idea why or what it was that made it suddenly become recognized. I guess that's computers for you...they sometimes seem to have a mind and agenda all their own :black:

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