SUN Microsystems Virtual Floppy

Category: Storage and hard drives
Manufacturer: SUN Microsystems
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not available
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/NT
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.1 / Not specified

Windows device driver information for SUN Microsystems Virtual Floppy

The Virtual Floppy from SUN Microsystems supports operating systems including Windows 2000, Windows NT and Windows XP and allows the user to work with the details contained in a floppy disk and this is in the absence of the actual disk. It is designed in a manner that allows for images to be mounted from the floppy disk and this does not in any way interfere with the functioning of the desktop computer since it cannot tell the existing difference of the VFD with the exact thing itself. The data that is accessed through this device is very clear and can actually be read, edited, viewed and also saved without a problem. The Virtual floppy works basically and supports Windows of 32 bits as well as floppy disks formats which range from those of 5.25 inches as well as those of 2.5 inches.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The Virtual Floppy from SUN Microsystems contains MS DOS that allows for the maintenance of hardware and it allows for the performance of various tasks which among others include the upgrading of applications like BIOS which is the input and output basic systems. The device also has the ability to configurations of the RAID controller. The Virtual Floppy supports ADS and only does so to limitations of Vfloppy.vfi which is actually a Virtual floppy disk image and as such includes MS-DOS that is of version 6.22 and is one of the sub sets. This driver is mounted on the common floppy disk drive but the user does not physically do so since this device is always inserted in the users hard drive it being an image file. It has the ability to transfer data across different systems and is not a media that is open to damage. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and SUN Microsystems Virtual Floppy errors before installing any driver updates.