Emulation Type

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Emulation Type

Option name:

Emulation Type

Possible values of an option:

[Auto], [Floppy], [Forced FDD], [Hard Disk], [CDROM]

The option description:

The given option defines, how exterior drives with interface USB (Flash-charms, external hard drives, optical disk drives, other similar devices) will be presented. Value setting [Auto] when the necessary type of emulation is selected depending on type and drive volume will be the best variant. If needed you can forcedly set emulation of diskettes ([Forced FDD]), optical disk drives ([CDROM]) or normal hard disks ([Hard Disk]). Value [Floppy] is intended for removable media.

Than the choice of wrong value threatens? Depending on emulation type search of principal load record is carried out (Master Boot Records), the information on sections is read out. So, if you specified not that type or there was an error in its automatic determination, you cannot boot from the given drive and, probably, will be deprived access to the information stored on it. In general, anything irreparable. If the manual instructions of type of emulation nevertheless is required, from the resulted titles of options it is quite clear to use what type otherwise. For Flash-stores the emulation type depends on how you formatted them and created load sector: emulation of hard disks is normally used, occasionally it is necessary to represent the drive as a diskette.

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