I need help with my sd card

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    how do i get rid of the 1.21 partition?
     
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    Backup data from your main SD card and the 64GB one.

    Open emuNAND9 on your 3DS (through homebrew if you have a 9.2 sysNAND, through Luma payload if you have a9lh)

    Find the option for formatting your SD card without emuNAND. When given the chance, swap SD cards to the 64GB one (or just use that one from the beginning). Let it format.

    It should be good as new.
     
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    How to do it with arm9?
     
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    Luma payload. Download emuNAND9, put the bin file in luma/payloads, rename to up_emunand9.bin or similar so it doesn't interfere with any other payloads you have. Hold the assigned button on boot.
     
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    So I go to Sd Format Options, Format SD ( No emunand), Then swap sd cards?

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    Or do i swap sd card before?
     
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    Yep. You might be able to swap SD cards before that - eg Select on main menu to unmount card. If you don't swap cards till after you go into format SD no emuNAND, make sure everything is backed up in case it doesn't give you the option to switch (it should make you have to input a key combination andgive you a warning before it happens though)
     
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    Thank you so much

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    By the way if i was to move emunand to sysnand on the old sd card could i just copy everything to the 64 gb sd card?
     
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    Yep you definitely could. That's one advantage of getting rid of emuNAND.
     
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    Ok Thanks again
     
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