How to know if my SD is exFAT or FAT32???

Discussion in 'Switch - Console, Accessories & Hardware' started by Lordyisus, Nov 15, 2019.

  1. Lordyisus
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    Due to the bug that has been noticed lately with pokemon i want to know if my microSD is exFAT or FAT32 but i have no idea how can i find that information...
    Would appreciate help :D
    Thanks
     
  2. Kafluke

    Kafluke GBAtemp Guru

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    Plug it in to your pc. Right click on the drive in windows and select properties
     
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  3. Lordyisus
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    Does anyone know if the bug of pokemon happens to everyone who has exFAT?? BC I have it.. and ive been playing pokemon quite a long time and nothing has happened to me.. but now im a little worry that it will crash as i advance even more :o
     
  4. roarn20

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    Judging from what SciresM says on his twitter, it looks to be only happening on unmodified switch lites
     
  5. Lordyisus
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    Oh i see... i didnt realized of that... what does it mean with unmodified though?? Im a little noob, sorry xD
    And btw.. just in case my switch is one of the old ones... unpatched and all stuff
     
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  6. roarn20

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    Thats ok, unmodified as in a perfect new switch that hasn't been hacked. So if you have atmosphere or any cfw on your switch that would be considered as modified.
     
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  7. BaamAlex

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    Source?
     
  8. likehelly

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    considering that you can't modify a switch lite, and it's happened to people on regular switches, this is just wrong.

    what he actually said, however, is that the issue only happening on hacked switches is false, since it has happened to people on lites, and they can't be hacked.

     
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