DO NOT USE DISKWRITER v2.00B8!!!! PLEASE BACKUP YOUR GAMES AND SAVEDATA IN 1.06 BEFORE USING 2.02B1!!! BEFORE YOU RMA YOUR SKY3DS PLEASE REFOMAT YOUR mSD AND USE DISKWRITER 1.06 TO START FRESH!!! DISKWRITER 2.02B1 IS NOW WORKING!!! Got bad news folks... There's something terribly wrong with the Sky3DS DiskWriter v2.00b8. Good news is DW2.02b1 is already out and fixes it. Ditch 2.00b8 N-E-O-W!!! Not even worth the disk space. If you had 2.00b8 working, then 2.02b1 is your best bet instead of 1.06. Again, BACKUP BACKUP BACKUP. Until you know you have an uninterrupted workable backup of games and savedata, don't reformat. Once you backed up, then reformat using 2.02b1. Just to be safe. To fix the formatting of your mSD follow the below: OPEN DISKWRITER 1.06>SELECT mSD>FILE>BACKUP GAMES>SAVE BACKUP Just your basic ROM backup before we do anything. SELECT GAME>RIGHT-CLICK>BACKUP SAVEDATA Wouldn't hurt to backup the savedata just in case. Have to do this for each ROM individually. While your mSD is still formatted in Diskwriter format: CLOSE DISKWRITER>OPEN EASEUS>RIGHT-CLICK THE MBR OF mSD>DELETE ALL PARTITIONS>APPLY>CLOSE EASEUS This just clears the partitions but doesn't break the MBR. If needed, you may restore the MBR in Diskwriter by using FORMAT. But you need to break the FAT12 partitions first so the MBR can clear porperly. OPEN DISKWRITER 1.06>SELECT YOUR mSD>FILE>REFORMAT>CLOSE DISKWRITER Now your mSD MBR has been restored to its original FAT/16/32/NTFS state. This is important if your mSD reads UNKNOWN SIZE when you try to enter windows format. OPEN MY COMPUTER>RIGHT-CLICK mSD DRIVE>FORMAT>RESTORE DEFAULTS>OK This returns your mSD back to the "original working state". If you see UNKNOWN SIZE at top, then you need to ReFormat in Diskwriter. Windows can now open this mSD and use it like normal. But you're not done yet... OPEN UP DISKWRITER 2.02B1>SELECT mSD>OPTIONS>CHANGE TEMPLATE>SELECT YOUR TEMPLATE>FILE>FORMAT>CLOSE DISKWRITER Now you went from a clean state back into a Diskwriter FAT12 with the new partition system for 2.02b1 with the new template so any games you write back on will use it. Closing out just confirms the changes have been written and prevents any JIT errors. OPEN DISKWRITER 2.02B1 AGAIN>RESTORE GAMES then if needed FILE>RESTORE SAVE DATA Just restore your games (needed for savedata purposes) and restore any savedata backups just in case. If you really screw up, check the mSD in EaseUS. If you see the mSD with (FLOPPY DISK) instead of (MBR) open it up in Diskwriter and FORMAT it then go back to step 3. Hopefully this helps people who are having issues with auto-cycling or no games appearing in icon. When you do your triple insert for games to appear, please wait for blue light to stop blinking before ejecting. I have tested Pokemon OR by putting it in RESERVE and bringing it back to POSITIVE and it doesn't break savedata. Do BACKUP GAME before you delete it from Diskwriter. You will need it to re-write it later. Doesn't matter if in POSITIVE or RESERVE.