Can someone explain how to check if a USB Flash Drive is Single Sector

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    Ghot said:
    Glad you got it worked out.
    I was sitting here trying to think how a BIOS which is millions of times bigger than typical sector sizes, was going to fit on a single sector USB stick.




    I was pretty confused too. I been building my own computer for a long time too, and was really confused what they were asking for, and thought maybe they wanted the allocation size to be 512 bytes (I actually reformated the stick to 512 byte allocation size).

    And I will mark the thread as solved now, I was just waiting for you to read my response. I don't know if you went to the link I provided above on ASUS's website, but the typo is right near the beginning of the article. Not sure how to report a typo to ASUS so they will correct it.
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    Staragox said:
    I was pretty confused too. I been building my own computer for a long time too, and was really confused what they were asking for, and thought maybe they wanted the allocation size to be 512 bytes (I actually reformated the stick to 512 byte allocation size).

    And I will mark the thread as solved now, I was just waiting for you to read my response. I don't know if you went to the link I provided above on ASUS's website, but the typo is right near the beginning of the article. Not sure how to report a typo to ASUS so they will correct it.


    I absolutely believe you. No need to go to that link. I've learned that things like pdf files and manuals, have far less "typos" than do FAQs on websites.
    It seems the extra time required to create a pdf or a manual... makes folks more careful.
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