Earlier today I was upgrading the size on my emunand 3ds SD to 8 GB from 4 GB. I had issues restoring as the cards were different sizes anyway after pissing around with it in partition magic, I managed to get the extra data on the new card but the pc would no longer read the partitions as data even though partition magic saw them fine. In the end I just gave up and redid emunand due to the time I was wasting, it was just quicker to do so. In future, in case I want to do this again, what is the correct method to get the extra data from the bigger sized card for example a 16GB restored from a w32 8 GB image will obviously have the extra space un-partitioned/reserved space, is there any way of merging this correctly? Or is there a method which is even simpler. as I had problems with Windows reading the data after managing to merge the partitions correctly. A friend of mine was doing the same thing as me earlier today. I told him to just redo emunand and it was easier, upon formatting a new card with emunand and getting that out the way. The saves for his Pokémon X game still existed. I thought these were stored on the emunand partition on the SD card so would have thought this save would be lost upon doing a new emunand on a different SD card? So is the save actually copied from the real nand, or is it stored in the SD card 3ds folder, it doesn’t make any sense to me how he still has that save even though he formatted a new fresh emunand on a bigger sd card yet the Pokémon x save remained. TLDR: Where would the saves for Pokémon X played through emunand be stored, EXACTLY? How can an existing emunand backup be restored (win32diskimager image) to a new SD card which is a bigger size?