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ISO/IEC 13346-2:1999

Information technology -- Volume and file structure of write-once and rewritable media using non-sequential recording for information interchange -- Part 2: Volume and boot block recognition

This part of ISO/IEC 13346 specifies a format and associated system requirements for volume and boot block recognition by specifying:

  • volume recognition;
  • boot descriptors intended for use to bring a system to a known state;
  • levels of medium interchange;
  • requirements for the processes which are provided within information processing systems, to enable information to be interchanged between different systems; for this purpose, this part of ISO/IEC 13346 specifies the functions to be provided within systems which are intended to originate or receive media which conform to this part of ISO/IEC 13346.


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