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80 Chapter 7: Device Configuration
Floppy Configuration Options
The floppy is capable of reading disk images of real floppies created with the DiskTool
Utility, described in Section 13, on page 161. To use an image, first create an image file
with DiskTool and then specify the floppy image file in the Super I/O configuration
Difference from Real Hardware
Keyboard, Mouse, Floppy, COM1 and COM2 differ from real hardware. Baud rate,
parity, and stop bits are ignored. Communication is always available. Baud rate timing is
approximate. Modem status and line status always show the device is ready.
The default values of the control registers are read-writable or read only as defined by the
appropriate Super IO specification.