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Re: How Linux was able to access a Formated Drive.

I am not sure but I think fat has a single table for whole filesystem. Now in quick format that table is refreshed and the disk inodes are not reallocated form directory structure and linux would read directory structure table apart from fat table.

Better idea would be check the source for fatfs modules

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