In the fd011520.img file, sectors per cluster is 8, not 240...so how do you get 240?
christ, how did i do this math (i'm an engineer too). :p
capacity(bytes) = cylinders * number of heads per cylinder * number of sectors per head * 512(bytes per sector)
ok, "c" should NOT be 240. if we do the math based on the above equation.
capacity(KB) = 11,520 KB
capacity(in bytes) = 11,520*1024 = 11,796,480
therefore, to find the number of cylinders:
c = capacity(bytes) / number of heads / number of sectors / bytes per sector
= 11,796,480 / 8 / 36 / 512 (bytes per sector)
c=80 h=8 s=36
heh. it should be 80 cylinders for the 11,520Kb image, NOT 240 (???). if we apply the same math to 5,760Kb, the number of cylinders work out at 80 again.
80(c) * 4(h) * 36(s) * 512(bytes per sector) = 5,898,240 bytes (or 5760Kb)
c=80 h=4 s=36
and, for the 50mb image (or 56,195Kb in this case), based on the stats provided by winimage, we should have
57,543,680 (capacity in bytes) / 63 (sectors per track) / 255 (heads) / 512 (bytes per sector) = approx 7.
c=7 h=255 s=63
so, put simply - ignore those figures i quoted earlier and use the above equation to help you determine how many cylinders you need (since winimage doesn't appear to supply you with one).
sorry for the blunder.