hot to recovering a 2 Gb sd card ..?

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by tmactx, Apr 7, 2014.

  1. tmactx
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    tmactx GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi.
    How to recover a 2gb card that I made the partition with gateway3ds got me in 1 Gb and only wanted to recover the original 2 Gb.
    Someone can tell me how?
     
  2. Technicmaster0

    Technicmaster0 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    You have to delete EmuNAND to make it 2GB large again.
    Just full-erase it with the panasonic SD card formater.
     
  3. tmactx
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    tmactx GBAtemp Regular

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    how it dekete EmuNAND?
     
  4. AdityaNese

    AdityaNese GBAtemp Regular

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    Like technic said, format the sd card. This erases everything (data, files,etc.) thus deleting emunand as well.
    Also note that files on emunand are deleted as well so, you can't get that information back.
     
  5. tmactx
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    tmactx GBAtemp Regular

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    I experienced this format.
    Restored but only 1GB.
    Did not give me the 2 GB.
    Can someone make a video for me? (eg on youtube)
     
  6. Technicmaster0

    Technicmaster0 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    U need to use SD card formater.
    Please ask these questions the next time in this forum.
     
  7. Neo Draven

    Neo Draven End Boss of the Entire Internet

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    What I always did was to use Win32 Disk Imager to flash the image of my smallest 3DS ROM (50 Classic Games 3D) to my SD card. When it finished, I simply removed the SD card, then plugged it back in, prompting the error message saying the flash card was corrupt and needed to be formatted.

    After formatting, it properly formatted to a single partition with the correct file size. It's quick and easy.
     
  8. MelonGx

    MelonGx GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    In a word, don't use Windows XP/7/8's format option to erase the EmuNAND, use 3rd party software instead.
     
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