[syslinux] using syslinux on USB key with 2048-byte sectors

Scott Barker Scott_Barker at mtechit.com
Mon Apr 3 15:12:19 PDT 2006

I have a USB key that has 2048-byte sectors, and I was hoping to use
syslinux to boot from it. I know this isn't possible with the current
syslinux source, but would it be fairly easy to modify the source to use
2048-byte sectors instead of 512-byte sectors? Alternatively, does anyone
know if USB keys can be low-level formatted to change the size of the

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