If you checked out UltraISO you'd notice that is the "friendly name" by which a file system is selected. Currently it doesn't respond to image file loading because I was too tired this morning at 6 so I had to wrap and go to sleep (yeah, bad habit, I know...). But when working, it should just be the friendly correspondent of OEM string.
Sectors are not 'small' or 'large', but the count is 16bit (when sector count doesn't exceed 0xFFFF) or 32bit when it does. So I'd rather modify to 16bit/32bit than use a misleading denomination (which actually made me wonder at first glance what this small/large is all about). Same goes for 'Sectors before' - I kept wondering what that meant until I found documentation that called it as it should: hidden.
Well, as always you are perfectly free to call whatever with whatever name you like.
- OEM string is one thing, BOOT CODE is another and FIle System is yet another, if you like to call the BOOT CODE "File system", it's OK, as long as you say so .
- I wouldn't take Ultraiso as a "reference" for English or proper terms, being itself written by a Chinese guy/gal.
- Every tool I remember having seen do use the "Small sectors" and "Large sectors", of course "Sectors 16" and "Sectors 32" are fine as well, you can also call them, respectively, Mickey Mouse and Minnie , but that won't help people understanding them easily .
- just for the record, the "Sectors Before" are actually " "Sectors Before" and are not "hidden" at all since they are OUTSIDE (before ) the actual filesystem, but, as said, a number of tools do call them (incorrectly IMHO) "Hidden sectors" so it's allright. .
So, 4079 is the number for FAT12?
WHICH one is for FAT 16?
WHAT about number of entries in ROOT?
WHAT about cluster size "strategy"?