I'm not sure if this is just my own inexperience with the Apple II as a platform or if I'm genuinely doing something wrong here.
I use a Floppy EMU and a physical drive on my Apple IIe, and I've noticed that frequently, after swapping disks on the FEMU, it will get stuck on track 34 (and often rapidly flips between track 34 and track 0) after a warm boot and it never recovers until I power it off and on again. It most frequently happens when switching between DOS 3.3 and ProDOS disks in the FEMU, but it doesn't have to. As a result, if this happens, the FEMU simply behaves like it's stuck; the system seems to simply spin the drive endlessly and no actual data is read from the drive. If this issue occurs while a BASIC prompt is onscreen, I'll get an I/O error whenever I try to do any disk access.
Is this a common issue? Is there something I can do from a BASIC prompt to make things behave properly again without having to power-cycle the machine?