So, earlier today my card froze while loading a DS game, and I had to close it via the HOME button (I'm on a 3DS XL). Launching it again gave me a "no find system files" error, and when I plugged in the SD card I saw that it was completely empty. I mistakenly (I've now learned my lesson) let Win 8 run an attempt to fix the disc, but to no avail. Thanks to various older threads in this forum I have used a few different programs to restore my files, which are detected in two different forms - With Recuva, I mostly got bmps. With GetDataBack, I can get the chk files created by windows. With PhotoRec, I got a bunch of nds files and a bunch of txt and ini. Now, no program I could find was able to identify the DSTwo file types from the chk ones (they only identified the bmps, I believe, no .nds or anything). So I'm not sure there actually is a program out there which is able to do this. I think PhotoRec is my best bet, but I believe a lot of the txt files are actually saves etc. The problem is that PhotoRec renamed all these files so I have no idea what's what, and it didn't keep directories. What's the best way to identify these files? It's really frustrating because they're all there, but they're just slightly too far for me to get a hold of them! If its of any importance, I only had DS and GBA games on the card - GBA I am not worried about losing as I actually have a backup from the other day (I had a problem with TEMPGBA and its icons or whatever it was), but I have no backup of my DS saves and there were lots of RPGs with tons of hours in there I'd hate to lose forever. Any help would be much appreciated!