What you want is comp.sys.mac.system. Did you do a clean install of the
system software? you do this by first trashing the system and finder
files and then installing the new system. Try also to get your hands on
the (free) upgrade to 7.5.1.
In article <44tolo$9o at newshost.rpms.ac.uk>, Dr Mick Jones
<mjones at rpms.ac.uk> wrote:
> I have on my desk a Mac Centris 650 with 8Mb RAM, etc. and yesterday I
> upgraded my system software to 7.5 (using a CD version of the software).
> Everything seemed to load and work as expected.
>> However, when I insert a floppy disk into the drive NOTHING. No floppy
> icon appears on the monitor screen. Desktop doesn't recognise the
> drive. If I use Norton Utilities to check the floppy disk, it
> eventually brings up the icon on screen, so that I can then access the
> files on the floppy as normal. However, if I eject the disk and then
> insert another one, I get the same problem; it is not recognised.