I think that I should step in here to prevent possible confusion.
Originally Posted by Ceedlorenzo
When you say that there are 512 bytes per sector, this means that there are physically 512 bytes per sector on the disk.
When you say that you have 4096-byte clusters, that means that 8 512-byte sectors make up 1 filesystem cluster.
There is no way to change the physical number of bytes per sector, only the filesystem cluster size.
I hope that this short explanation makes things clearer.
Last edited by SP193; 12-11-2010 at 11:43 AM.
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