EmuNand 9 - can we switch to 64k clusters and save data on it

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  1. sp3off
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    Hello everyone. First, thank you @dok3 for your emunand tool. I have a question: since i have a 32gb SD card, i want to switch to 64k clusters but i know i can't without touching to my files. So, i want to know how we can save our data in our emunand, then format then reinject. Have you got an idea ? Thank you in advance,
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  2. Xenon Hacks

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    Derp wrong thread and reply lol
     
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    Oh don't worry :P
     
  4. TheKawaiiDesu

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    Backup your emuNAND with emuNAND9 > backup all your files + emuNAND.bin on your computer > format your SD card with emuNAND9 (select "format with emuNAND") > copy all the files that were previously on your SD card + emuNAND.bin > inject emuNAND.bin into emuNAND :)
     
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    He should format the card in windows he wants a 64kb cluster size.
     
  6. TheKawaiiDesu

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    The latest version of emuNAND9 automatically format SD cards (larger than 16GB) to FAT32 with a 64k cluster :)
     
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    thank you for your answer, i gonna try. And thanks Xenon too
     
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    I have a RedNAND, could i do the same thing as an EmuNAND ?
     
  9. Ryccardo

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    Yes, the type of OS-on-SD (or even if you have one) doesn't matter, cluster size is a property of the FAT32 partition
     
  10. sp3off
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    Thank you, i am actually migrating my data to the new fat32 system.

    EDIT1 : Thank you everyone, my SD card is now at FAT32 and everything is working perfectly.

    Mods, you can now close this topic.
     
    Last edited by sp3off, Apr 23, 2016