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 PostPost subject: How to calculate bps, spc, hpc etc. from .img file?        Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 9:04 pm 
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Hey all,


Recently /me been playing around with DosBox and i am doing some experiments with imgmount, and it wants:

bytes_per_sector, sectors_per_cylinder, heads_per_cylinder and cylinder_count.

I dl'ed an image of the 'net and now i need to calculate these. I'm using WinXP atm, and would prefer a Free program, or cmd command lol.

(i know linux has something like this built in, linux has EVERYTHING built in)

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See http://staff.washington.edu/dittrich/misc/fatgen103.pdf

These are values in the boot header. You want BPB_BytsPerSec and BPB_SecPerClus, etc.


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