Reply 20 of 49, by Jo22
jmarsh wrote on 2020-11-25, 07:58:
FAT16 has several possible partition table IDs: 04: FAT16, < 32MB 06: FAT16, >= 32MB 0E: FAT16, >= 32MB, using INT13 extensions […]darry wrote on 2020-11-25, 00:33:
There must be some slight difference between different partitioning/formatting tools that the FC1307A either likes or does not like . Offset from beginning of disk may be one of them or not .
FAT16 has several possible partition table IDs:
04: FAT16, < 32MB
06: FAT16, >= 32MB
0E: FAT16, >= 32MB, using INT13 extensions (CHS beyond 1023/16/63 limits).
I would guess "FAT-16 Huge" would be the last one.
What about Windows NT?
Didn't it have some special flavor of FAT16/VFAT that supported long file names etc? 😕
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