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where can i find a detailed FAT32 specification?

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i need to program with the file system used in DOS/Win95/98, but i can't find a very detailed spec. for FAT32. can anybody help me out? i'm not an expert so i hope the spec. can guide me as long in the road as i program. thanx...
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Check Ralph Brown's Interrupt List.  It will probably have a fair about of DOC's on that (i know it does a good job at FAT16, and he just releced a new version about 2 weeks ago)
http://www.pobox.com/~ralf

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