This page is intended to help you understand how to access data on Microsoft FAT32 filesystems,
commonly used on hard drives ranging in size from 500 megs to hundreds of gigabytes. FAT is a
relatively simple and unsophisticated filesystem that is understood by nearly all operating
systems, including Linux and MacOS, so it's usually a common choice for firmware-based projects
that need to access hard drives. FAT16 and FAT12 are very similar and used on smaller disks.
This page will concentrate on FAT32 only (to keep it simple), and briefly mention where these
other two are different.


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