Precisely as you said with MS-DOS and FreeDOS format:

NDD report is a little more comprehensive and here it is

After FORMAT C: I copied a few files and directories to the drive

Crossed checked with Scandisk and NDD

What can you make of this?


                              Disk Doctor
                      Norton Utilities for Win95 
                         July  8, 2004 2:54am

                       *  Report for Drive C:  *

                              DISK TOTALS
           2,142,564,352 bytes Total Disk Space
               2,011,136 bytes in 12 User Files
                 135,168 bytes in 30 Directories
                 299,008 bytes in 11 Hidden Files
           2,140,119,040 bytes available on the disk

                       LOGICAL DISK INFORMATION
                   Media Descriptor:  F8
                    Large Partition:  Yes
                           FAT Type:  32-bit
                      Total Sectors:  4,192,902
                     Total Clusters:  523,087
                   Bytes Per Sector:  512
                Sectors Per Cluster:  8
                  Bytes Per Cluster:  4,096
                     Number of FATs:  2
                First Sector of FAT:  32
          Number of Sectors Per FAT:  4,087
          First Cluster of Root Dir:  2
     Number of Clusters in Root Dir:  4
          First Sector of Data Area:  8,206

                       PHYSICAL DISK INFORMATION
                       Drive Number:  80
                              Heads:  15
                          Cylinders:  13,328
                  Sectors Per Track:  63
                      Starting Head:  1
                  Starting Cylinder:  0
                    Starting Sector:  1
                        Ending Head:  14
                    Ending Cylinder:  4,436
                      Ending Sector:  63

                          SYSTEM AREA STATUS
                     No errors in the system area

                         FILE STRUCTURE STATUS
                    No errors in the file structure

                           FREE SPACE STATUS
                  No errors in the free cluster count

                          SURFACE TEST STATUS
                      Surface Test not performed

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