That's because there is no MS support for a floppy drive in Windows 10. I don't know of any third party that developed one. There's a chance that if you have floppies that you must use, a USB external floppy drive might work.
My floppy did work sometime before win 10, but It has been a long time. I just wanted to copy some files on the floppy disks. I don't plan on using it anymore.
I have win 10 pro, but don't know the build.
The Preview of Windows 10 had Floppy support removed, but there was so much push back from System builders that Microsoft added it back in on the more recent builds of Window 10. If Windows see's your floppy drive and you can put a disk in, and it recognizes the disk, then it is working. If you cannot copy files to the disk then the Floppy disk is damaged it will be unreadable.
Rather then futz with a floppy drive, get yourself a USB Flash drive. they have larger capacity and easier to work with.
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