I agree, a Pentium Windows 95/98 box is great for making floppies. New enough that Windows 10 can see it's network shares, but old enough it has full floppy support (often for multiple drives and 5.25" 360KB too). I have mine setup so I can dual boot Windows and MS DOS if needed.
The problem will no doubt he that Gigabyte nor Microsoft have bothered testing the driver for it or had customer complaints about the issue. What does tend to work well (at least for 3.5") is a USB floppy drive, that still works on my Windows 10 machines just fine.
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