a customer as an IBM Desktop computer
From http://www.brainbell.com/tutors/A+/Hardware/Direct_Memory_Access_DMA.htm "DMA channels use the same rules as IRQs. Just as with the 8259 chip, DMA availability soon became a problem because an insufficient number of channels was available. A second DMA chip was added for 286-based computers. Just like the second IRQ chip, these two are cascaded, allowing a total of eight DMA channel assignments (usually referred to simply as DMA channels). The floppy disk drives on all computers use DMA channel 2."
Use a floppy drive, drag and drop the files you want. The space you have though will be extremely limited, as your using a floppy drive
No Macintosh has included a floppy drive since the release of the iMac G3 in 1998. If you need to use a floppy disk, you will have to purchase an external USB drive.
The Dell Inspiron is not equipped with an internal or external floppy drive. If you want to use floppies with it, you'll have to purchase an external USB floppy drive.
Drive B is reserved for use with a(n additional) floppy drive