issue with emunand partition

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Disc 1 looks like it is your computer c drive, 128GB and disc 0 is another drive, data drive probably, that is 1TB. Disc 3 actually show nothing
I think remembering more space.... but still the Micro SD shows as 2 disk here is pictures of my disk management with the micro SD inserted and the other picture without the micro SD, after safely removing it.
It takes away 2 disks.

(disk 0 is a 1TB mechanical HDD for data, etc... disk 1 is the 128 Samsung SSD for windows 10, recovery, etc)
 

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I think remembering more space.... but still the Micro SD shows as 2 disk here is pictures of my disk management with the micro SD inserted and then remove both without the micro SD, after safely removing it, it takes away 2 disks.

(disk 0 is a 1TB mechanical HDD for data, etc... disk 1 is the 128 Samsung SSD for windows 10, recovery, etc)

That probably your SD to USB dongle you were using the LRW350U USB, no 512GB card give 493GB, even with Samsung and Sandisk those give you only around 476, 477GB, seem like Lexar is lying about their capacity, base on the formula it is a 500GB card instead of 512 base of example below.

465=(500*1000*1000*1000)/(1024*1024*1024)
477=(512*1000*1000*1000)/(1024*1024*1024)
 

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Don't get confuse with the 494 # that I circled with the 460GB, that 460GB is that real size.View attachment 298626
you were totally right... I must have freaked out for nothing. . .

I am sorry !

But now I have another problem, I erased my SD card completely because it was formatting as EXFat and was starting to show problems, also I didn't wanted to lose everything ... so I backed up around 350GB of data to a external hard drive.
I had emunand enable but as file on SD card, not as partition.

now I enabled the partition option and created a eMMC with hekate, but how can I restore my previous eMMC that's in the backup I made to the hidden partition ? ? ?
 

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Also, when hekate created the partition, it created a 16Mb unallocated part... can I delete that ? every time I insert the MicroSD in my computer it ask me to format it. . .
 

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you were totally right... I must have freaked out for nothing. . .

I am sorry !

But now I have another problem, I erased my SD card completely because it was formatting as EXFat and was starting to show problems, also I didn't wanted to lose everything ... so I backed up around 350GB of data to a external hard drive.
I had emunand enable but as file on SD card, not as partition.

now I enabled the partition option and created a eMMC with hekate, but how can I restore my previous eMMC that's in the backup I made to the hidden partition ? ? ?
You use Hekate to restore it.
 
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