Can gm9 write protect your SD Card?

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  1. Merdi
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    I was trying to make CXI Files to play them on Citra but when i was trying to do that i got a error message (A:/title/content/00000000.tmd CXI Build failed). I put the SD Card in the PC and saw that the SD Card was write Protected.
     
  2. Lilith Valentine

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    GM9 can't do that, but corruption can cause that.
     
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    Is there any way to fix this?
     
  4. Lilith Valentine

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    Well first I need to ask a few questions.
    How old is this microSD card?
    Did you get it from a reputable source?
    Do you have any backups?
    I also suggest trying to see if you can make any backups, since that doesn't require write option to do. Then reformatting the SD card with GM9 and running it through this program
    https://3ds.hacks.guide/h2testw-(windows)
     
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    The SDCard is 7-8 Months old.
    I got it from "Kaufland" that is like Walmart in the US.
    Sadly I have no Backups.

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    h2testw says that the SD Card is write protected.
     
  6. Lilith Valentine

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    You should be able to just copy files off of it and make a backup that way.
     
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    What then?
     
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    Once you have dumped it format it with gm9 or disk part then copy your files back on to the SD
     
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    When I use disk part it says its write protected. I dont know how it works with gm9
     
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    Gm9 has a format
    Option
     
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    That also doesnt work
     
  12. Lilith Valentine

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    Are you using a microSD card or an SD card?
     
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    Micro SD
     
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