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Yeah, it worked with just the SD card and no cartridge.
Nevermind. Removing both the SD card and the Nintendo DS cartridge helped me to boot up my system again.
Is there a limit to how many DS games you can have in one folder?
The 3DS won't boot even with the SD card removed from it
All right, so I got Twilight Menu to boot again, but only after uninstalling the CIA and removing a couple of games from my DS folder. However,...
So yesterday, I was using Twilight Menu just fine, and added a couple of more games onto my 64 Gb SD card. After that, every time I try to launch...
Don't you mean 4TB?
That's what I did. I created the partition, and then tried to format it with GUIFormat using 64kb, but it told me that the partition size was too...
I've tried doing that, but when I try to format it to FAT32, it only gives me an option to use 2kb as the cluster size (I'm using AOMEI)
But the largest it allows me to do is 2 tb for a partition
All right, I figured it out. Turns out the disk needs to be MBR, not GPT for multiple partitions.
Thanks again for everyone's help
Nevermind, I see that MBR disks can't be more than 2 tb. So there's no way to utilize the other 2 tb on my hard drive if I wanted to use it?
Does the entire disk have to be MBR, or just the partition with the Gamecube games?
I formatted it using the windows disk manager
Wiixplorer doesn't see the partition
I just checked that. It only lists the NTFS partition
Thanks for the quick reply
I've tried going to the custom paths folder and hitting the bottom middle button to try and change the path of the...
I have a 4tb WD easystore external hard drive that I'm currently using for Wii backups. The partition I've been using for that is in a NTSF...