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Mike Gonta



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FASM exFAT Image Formatter
FASM code to format a default minimum 1 MB exFAT image including your customized boot code.

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Post 12 Nov 2016, 21:15
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Mike Gonta



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Re: FASM exFAT Image Formatter
The boot sector loads the 8 extended boot sectors immediately following to 0x7E00. The default second stage,
which displays a simple message, can easily be replaced with your customized boot code binary.

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Post 13 Nov 2016, 17:35
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ford



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I am very pleased to see someone already tackling exFAT in the hobby OS space! I have had some interest in the filesystem for some time, and you just cut a lot of time out of my research. Thanks.
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