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10 MB is not big enough for FAT32. Typical use cases for FAT32 are disks larger than 512 MiB, below that usually FAT16 is used. It seems that the minimum size is somewhere around 33 MiB: $ dd if=/dev/zero of=./testImage bs=1M count=33 33+0 records in 33+0 records out 34603008 bytes (35 MB) copied, 0.0230871 s, 1.5 GB/s $ mkfs.vfat -F 32 -v ./testImage $ ...
After a lot of googling, I found an answer to your problem. Your code mkfs.vfat -F 32 ./testImage You need to specify cluster size. mkfs.vfat -s 16 -F 32 ./testImage Hope it helps.
Thank you for your help, I formated the whole disk to ext4 then retried and it worked with no problems so far, I think what caused this problem is that I tried to emulate a BD using the same hard disk that contains games.
Since USB is formatted with FAT32 filesystem, Can you mount it with this command? $ sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt You may also refer to help for Mount in Ubuntu Documentation.
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