Help backing up emunand

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I would like to transfer my hidden partition emunand to a new SD card but NXNandManager is not picking up the partition.
The hidden partition was originally created using SXOS but have moved onto Atmosphere (without recreating a new emunand). I wanted to move this partition to a new SD card but when i use NXNandManager. It's not picking up the 32gb partition, only the FAT32 partition. In the Windows Disk Management, i can see the a "unallocated" 29.13gb partition. Which i guess is that hidden partition i am after.

I can give EmuTools a shot (as this was the tool i first used to backup my original emunand) but unsure which options i should be choose since i am now using Atmosphere and the partition is created using SXOS.

e.g. "Unsure"
Source: SXOS hidden partition
Target: Atmosphere file

Then restore as
Source: Atmosphere file
Target: Atmosphere hidden partition
 

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Hello
I would like to transfer my hidden partition emunand to a new SD card but NXNandManager is not picking up the partition.
The hidden partition was originally created using SXOS but have moved onto Atmosphere (without recreating a new emunand). I wanted to move this partition to a new SD card but when i use NXNandManager. It's not picking up the 32gb partition, only the FAT32 partition. In the Windows Disk Management, i can see the a "unallocated" 29.13gb partition. Which i guess is that hidden partition i am after.

I can give EmuTools a shot (as this was the tool i first used to backup my original emunand) but unsure which options i should be choose since i am now using Atmosphere and the partition is created using SXOS.

e.g. "Unsure"
Source: SXOS hidden partition
Target: Atmosphere file

Then restore as
Source: Atmosphere file
Target: Atmosphere hidden partition
This should do u good

https://nh-server.github.io/switch-guide/extras/transfer_sd/
 
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