1. Superpop80

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    I copy games to a new folder on my sdcard on my computer but then when I put the sdcard back in my switch and boot the switch into RCM/Atmosphere and try to install the games with tinfoil or goldleaf the games are GONE. They disappear no matter what I title the folder I put them into(the folder remains but is empty) and no matter the format of the game. If it matters I am on firmware 9.0.1 and my sdcard is 256 gb formatted to exfat.

    I really don't know what I am doing all that well I admit but I was able to successfully soft mod my wii a few years ago without nearly as much trouble as I am running into now with this switch that I purchased on ebay.
     
  2. Hayato213

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    You might want to check that it finished copying in the first place.
     
  3. Superpop80

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    I let the games finish copying to the sdcard before I eject it from my pc.
     
  4. Hayato213

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    You could format the card to FAT32 and learn how to do USB install via quark to save you time of copying and installing.
     
  5. rbsk

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    Did you try running the archive bit fix in hekate (on all folders but nintendo)?
     
  6. TunaKetchup

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    Thats not possible
     
  7. kennnnny

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    Maybe there is character in the file name that tinfoil doesn’t like, I had this problem once so I simply renamed the title to something simple and voila it worked
     
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