Do you have issues with the Amiga Floppy Drive? Here are some valid alternatives to copy files to your Amiga. You don’t need any floppy at all for copy files to your Amiga. You only need this!
Amiga 500 and Amiga 500+
Get a Vampire V500 V2+. It gives you tons of power with the 68080 FPGA core accelerator. Also, you get a MicroSD card slot that you can use to copy files to your Amiga in an easy way. Just remember to activate the driver in AmigaOS 3.9 (coffinOS) or in ApolloOS (AROS).
There are also various of Gotek type of solutions. You can replace the floppy drive with it or have it as a external drive.
Amiga 600 and Amiga 1200
Both of these two low-end Amigas got PCMCIA ports. This means that many upgrades for that standard are available. There are various upgrades available but a Compact Flash reader + a Compact Flash SD memcard adapter do a lot. Also, V600 V2 and V1200 from Apollo Team delivers a microSD card reader that can be used.
There is also various Gotek type of solutions. You can replace the floppy drive with it or have it as an external drive. If you build your Amiga 1200 to a Tower with Zorro or PCI cards. You can use those also. Follow the instructions that come with the cards for the Amiga.
What sort of Amiga Floppy Drive alternatives do you use with your low-end Amiga?