No.... the partitioning that the CFFA card does, is really done by the location of the file system blocks. There is no partition table or information stored anywhere on the drive itself. Indeed, PRODOS has no mechanism for storing partition information. So the CFFA's firmware will just assume 32MB partitions up to 4 or 8 or the max size of the drive. Example: if you had a 48MB drive/CF card, you would get two drives: a 32MB and a 16MB. When you use Dave Lyons' GS/OS driver, it checks to make sure you are using the 4 drive firmware setting, and then makes anything after the first 4 drives (128MB) into up to 2 large 1GB drives, assuming you have a device large enough. Again this is by assumption and not by any partitioning scheme. So if you have a device greater that 128MB and you can see the first 4 drives with names like: ".CFFA.7A.SANDISK_SDCFB-16" under GS/OS then you should also see the larger drives after the first four 32MB drives.
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: rich on 2003-03-11 23:31 ]</font>