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My A: drive is actually being seen by the system as B: drive and vice-versa
Explanation: You have two floppy disks in the system. One of them is supposed to be A: and the other B:, but they show up within the system as reversed--A: is B: and B: is A:. Both drives still work, however.
Diagnosis: On a new system the usual culprit is configuring the drives incorrectly. On an existing one, it is far more likely that the drives were just set up incorrectly.