Re: Clearing hard disk's MBS

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Aaron Konstam wrote:
Actually the boot record is only the first 446 bytes of sector 0.
The rest of the sector is the partition table.
Why do people continually post this incorrect information. The
PT is *part* of the MBR, which is 512 bytes. The MBR has three
parts:
	code
	partition table
	marker

Mike
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