Ok, i'm a sucker for the really old macs and i've always had an urge to use any classic mac whenever i see one. Then one day, my prayers were answered - a macintosh plus appeared in a junkheap in the corner of the lane behind my house. There was even a keyboard, mouse, and a hard drive (obviously the person who bought this computer must have been wealthy at the time), but no cord for the hard drive. i'm convinced that a system folder is on that hard drive, but i'm on a quest to try and make a boot floppy. for starters, none of my computers have a floppy drive except for my toshiba satellite 1410 that i use occasionally for using some windows only programs that i like to use. and even then, i'm not sure whether this computer can read/write 800k floppies. i have basilisk II on this computer with mac os 7.5.5 on it (got the ROM image from a quadra that my dad owns). so is there a way i can even format a 1.4mb floppy to 800k or find out that the floppy drive can read/write 800k floppies? so in the meantime, i can then find a cord off ebay and buy it, but i want to get it to work earlier (the disk with a question mark is so depressing). so any ideas??? much appreciated.