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Re: can BootIt BM detect if the ssd is perfectly alignment

PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:26 pm
by giulia
TeraByte Support wrote:
> 1048576/4096 = 256 so you'd div by 256
> 1048576/512 = 2048 so for those you div by 2048
>
>
>
> "giulia" wrote in message news:12748@public.bootitbm...
>
> TeraByte Support(PP) wrote:
> > Yes.
> >Byte Support ? Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:33 pm
> >just divide by the start lba by the number of sectors in 1MiB (2048 if
> 512
> >byte sectors) and the reminder is zero if aligned.
>
>
> hi
> but
> quote and the starting lba is 2048 and clust size are 4096 bytes
>
> 2048/4096 is not zero , is 0.5 or if i divide 4096/2028 i get 2
>
> might you please exaplain it please?
>
> sorry english is not my native language

hi thanks a lot
but bimb doesn't give me this number 1048576 , only 2048 and cluster size 4096byte
where can i find this number 1048576 in bibm?
thanks

Re: can BootIt BM detect if the ssd is perfectly alignment

PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:27 pm
by giulia
TAC109 wrote:
> After the divide is done there should be a remainder of 0, as in the
> examples below. This means that the partition is aligned correctly.
>
> TeraByte Support wrote:
> > 1048576/4096 = 256 so you'd div by 256
> > 1048576/512 = 2048 so for those you div by 2048
> >
> >
> >
> > "giulia" wrote in message news:12748@public.bootitbm...
> >
> > TeraByte Support(PP) wrote:
> >> Yes.
> >> Byte Support ? Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:33 pm
> >> just divide by the start lba by the number of sectors in 1MiB (2048 if
> 512
> >> byte sectors) and the reminder is zero if aligned.
> >
> >
> > hi
> > but
> > quote and the starting lba is 2048 and clust size are 4096 bytes
> >
> > 2048/4096 is not zero , is 0.5 or if i divide 4096/2028 i get 2
> >
> > might you please exaplain it please?
> >
> > sorry english is not my native language
hi now i got it
but don't know can i find 1048576 in bibm
thanks a lot

Re: can BootIt BM detect if the ssd is perfectly alignment

PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2016 11:34 pm
by Brian K
1048576 is the number of bytes in a MiB.