A9LH, Luma -- System turning off immediately.

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by Wulfre, Nov 18, 2016.

  1. Wulfre
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    I have all the files I should need to start the system, all I did was format the sd card to exfat, 32k clusters and then replace the files back to my sd card.

    This is what my filesystem looks like:
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  2. Sketchy1

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    The 3ds doesn't support exfat. Switch back to fat32
     
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    I tried to use fat32 and it said my 64gb card was too big, but I used the exact same card before.
     
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    This.
     
  5. Sketchy1

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    Use a 3rd party format tool or the built in windows one. They wont deny you, but a 3ds will

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    Try ES partition master (I think that's the name) on a pc
     
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    You can also use EmuNAND9 on the 3DS to format the SD card correctly. Of course, you'll have to launch it using another, functional memory card first.
     
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    Its probably best he uses a PC, cause I doubt he has a spare microsd.
    Or if you have an android phone, you can probably download an app on the playstore do it, then have it formatted to fat32

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    Assuming he is using a n3ds for the android part or using a micro SD on his o3ds