Thanks for the quick answer, I just got a followup question.
Originally posted by Mr. Belvedere
- A sector is a part of the total pie that makes out the entire harddisk , floppy disk , cdrom of dvd rom. It contains a couple of bytes. The thing is that media has a given amount of sectors per system and a given amount of bytes per sector/
Ok, so a CD (Let's only speak CD sectors, not HDD or floppy disk etc) is divived into different sectors. Is there a fixed number of bytes in eact sector on a CD? In that case how big is a sector on a CD? And what is the data of a sector, is there only "pure data" or does each sector begin with a header etc? or e.g. a ID?