Total Logical Sectors

Some articles on sectors, sector:

FATX - Technical Design - Boot Sector - Exceptions
720 243 Cylinders (CHS) 77 ... Physical sectors / track (BPB offset 0x0D) ? 8 ... ? 9 ... (8) 9 ... used in MS-DOS for the Apricot PC and F1e had a different boot sector layout, to accommodate that computer's non-IBM compatible BIOS ... BPB parameters (offsets 0x00B-0x017 in the standard boot sector) were located at offset 0x050 ...

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