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Old 05-03-2006, 11:05 PM   #1
jier
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nand flash: need help


hi,

i'm currently implementing the FAT structure on to the nand flash and i found some difficulties, hope anyone able to help me.

i had this nand flash -> 256MB: 1page = (2046 + 64), 64pages = 1 block, total block number = 2048.
izzit 1 sector = 1 page, and 1 cluster = 1 block? if this is the case, my cluster size is larger than 65535bytes which the microsoft claim this may cause problems.

besides, 1 logical address represent 1 block? so my total logical address is 2000? and 1 logical block address = 1 cluster???

all the information i get is 1 sector = 512+16 byte where the structure can be known but 64byte redundancy area,what is the stucture??? anyone able to help can direct email me oso ->ycherjier@yahoo.com
 
  


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