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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by BabyBichu, Apr 11, 2016.
When I tried to backup my sysnand in decrypt9 I encountered this,what's wrong with it?
Do you have enough space to make one?
Yes also it's FAT32
Could you post a pic of the screen when you get the error?
Check if you have enough space
check if there is not already a nand.bin on your SD Card
It's an old school fix, but it might work. Try backing up your SD Card and reformatting with this program these settings:
FORMAT TYPE : FULL (OverWrite). FORMAT SIZE ADJUSTMENT : ON
It will take an ass long time, but it's the best way to ensure your SD is fully formatted and configured properly.
After that, make sure you have at least 1GB or more of space and don't already have a NAND.bin on your SD card.
happened with me, with an pny sd card, bought a 32, 16 and 64 gb all of them formatted to 64 and formatted, never worked.
Bought a sandisk sd card immediatily worked.
Try buying a sd card from another brand
Thats the error i got just get a different brand card. Whats ur brand?
SanDisk C10 32G
Try another card of another brand like kings to. Use guifotmatter to format to FAT32 with the cluster to 32 if 32 GB or less and 64 if 64 GB por more. I had like 3 pny and 1 SanDisk that didnt work and I bought a SanDisk 64 GB (microSD class u1 10) and it worked
Is this maybe because of write protection? I think I had the problem before - fixed it by turning it off.
Yeah I remember I used to turn the switch on and off and it still didn't work
It looks as if OP is using an n3ds anyway so there is no write protection switch.
Yeah I had an o3ds and worked with an n3ds and had those kind of problems that were solved buying a different brand microsd
Actually, apparently micro sd cards can be write protected but its a pretty convoluted process. Nonetheless I noticed this is a stupid question because he loaded decrypt9 so he should have no problem getting his nand backup ;P
microSD's don't have the 9th pin, which is for write protect.
Yeah he MAY have. I could load homebrew and even WRITE to the SD but emunand9 and decrypt9 backup and restore just didn't work
@OP, how much free space does your card have? That error typically means that there is not enough space.
Sorry again 4 stepping in and share my personal experiences but when I was doing the emunand9/decrypt9 process my SD cards were like 99% FREE like 25 GB in 29