(HELP!) micro SD management not working after updating windows 10 to latest version!

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  1. therainbowcreeperRBX
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    therainbowcreeperRBX Green Hedgehog

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    even though i have an ftp client i need to know how to make micro SD management work after updating to windows 10 October update! anyone know a fix? someone who knows should reply.
     
  2. StuntHacks

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    What's not working? Just "it's not working" isn't useful.
     
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    micro SD management wont work after updating to windows 10 october update i have the smbd1 thingy and the stuff enabled and its now no longer working after updating windows 10
     
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  6. GerbilSoft

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    The 3DS's SMB stack is some rather terrible code, so I'm not surprised that a Win10 update broke it, even if you have SMBv1 enabled.

    In particular, it uses NetBIOS ports 137-139, rather than the newer port 445 implementation.

    Your best bet is to either use an FTP server instead of MicroSD management, or set up a Windows XP or 7 VM. Granted, setting up a Windows VM just for file transfer is a bit overkill...
     
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  7. TurdPooCharger

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    Homebrew FTP
    1) 3DShell or ftpd and 2) WinSCP or FileZilla.

    Sony PS1 animated splash screen

    Also from your other thread here, you might have missed this. If you still want it, go ask the one with blue hair.
     
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  8. KyoLikesTrees

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    Micro SD Card Management is (at least in my experience) the slowest method anyways. I recommend FTP too.
     
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  9. Namesnipe

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    As stated before, use FTP. MicroSD management is terrible and slow, and FTP is superior in every way.
     
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