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-OpenComputers provides floppy disks that can be found as loot (such as in dungeon chests) ​and, in special cases, can be crafted as well. Most notably, the [[item:​openos_floppy|OpenOS floppy disk]] is a loot disk from which one can [[:​openos|install OpenOS]].+OpenComputers provides floppy disks that can be crafted (but not found as lootsuch as in dungeon chests). Most notably, the [[item:​openos_floppy|OpenOS floppy disk]] is a loot disk from which one can [[:​openos|install OpenOS]]
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 +Originally these disks were found as loot, such as in dungeon chests. But for many versions the only way to obtain these floppy disks has been to craft them. You can craft any loot disk by placing a [[item:​scrench:​Scrench]] and any loot disk in a crafting table and cycle to the next. Repeat the process to craft the next loot disk. The order is unspecified.
  
 Showcased here is the OpenOS loot disk. The other loot disks look similar; they have different coloring and have their loot disk name printed on the disk image. Showcased here is the OpenOS loot disk. The other loot disks look similar; they have different coloring and have their loot disk name printed on the disk image.