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What is FAT16?

Updated on Jul 12, 2019 by Daisy to Resource


What is FAT16? Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition can easily recover deleted, lost and inaccessible files or folders from FAT16 disk drive

File allocation table that uses 16 bits for addressing clusters. Commonly used with DOS and Windows 95 systems.

A 16-bit DOS and Windows file system (see FAT) that varies cluster sizes based on hard drive size. Cluster sizes range from 4 KB (for drives up to 127 MB) to 4 KB (255 MB drives), 8 KB (511 MB drives), 16 KB (1 GB drives). and 32 KB (for drives up to 2 GB). The ultimate capacity of a FAT16 partition is 2 GB.

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