Volume 7, Media Storage Formats
The Media Storage Formats Specification describes how data are formatted on PC Cards used as storage devices, primarily Flash storage devices, to promote the exchange of these cards among different host systems. The included formats are:
MS-DOS BPB/FAT Format DOS File Systems
Linear File Store
Flash Translation Layer
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