Hello, Try to format the NAND flash with TexFAT on a Tiny6410 but always fail. I use the following registry settings [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\EXFAT] "FriendlyName"="exFAT FileSystem" "Dll"="exfat.dll" "DisableAutoFormat"=dword:1 "DisableAutoScan"=dword:1 "Paging"=dword:1 "EnableCache"=dword:1 "CacheSize"=dword:0 "Util"="fatutil.dll" "CacheDll"="diskcache.dll" "FormatTfat"=dword:1 "TransactData"=dword:1 After burning image with superboot, the File system is always exFat, not TexFat. What's the problem here? Your helps will be appreciated. Thanks.
TFAT for Tiny6410
I am no expert but I believe the "StorageManager\EXFAT" key should not be used. Use that standard "StorageManager\FAT" key instead. To implement Transaction Safe (TexFAT) - include the FormatTfat key as you have already done. To implement exFAT functionality - include the FormatExfat key set to 1. See below - the OS will read the drive type installed and interact with as such (meaning this flag doesn't mean every drive installed has to be exFAT. Finally (see link below) - the Transaction safe functionality does't occur on a specific drive until that drive is formatted at TexFat. Meaning is you insert a Flash drive that was formated as a standard FAT32 - the OS will read that it is a FAT32 volume and treat it as such. If a Transaction safe Link showing do not use \EXFAT key: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee489964.aspx Link showing Flag for exFAT: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee490783.aspx