Re: Update IDEJD6

From: raycomp (
Date: 2008-04-16 03:52:34

On Apr 15, 2008, at 9:45 AM, Jim Brain wrote:

> The way uIEC and sd2iec work is that they use a single 512 byte  
> buffer as a scratchpad buffer.  It is then used when one needs to  
> chain a new FAT cluster, do a partial write (the case you  
> describe), and any other operation which needs a bit of breathing  
> room (mkfs, etc.)

This reference raised question in my mind:  is it possible to have a  
fsck routine that would ensure the quality and integrity of the HDD  
data (a hard drive is a lot to lose)?  Or would that be left to be an  
"external" command?

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