Move ROMS from Sandisk SD to Samsung SD?

Discussion in '3DS - ROM Hacking, Translations and Utilities' started by Pecrow, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. Pecrow
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    Pecrow GBAtemp Maniac

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    Jun 23, 2015
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    Hi,

    I have a 64gb Sandisk SD card (exFAT) which I used for 3ds roms on my New 3ds XL - Using Gateway. It works perfectly. I bought a new 128gb Samsung evo SD card and I tried copying all of my 3dz files from the 64gb sd to the 128gb sd (both exFAT) but when I try to launch games from gateway on my 3ds Only a few appear w/ the image icon and the rest appear blank.

    I tried to point Gateway Rom Patcher v1.1 to one of the Roms on the 128GB and it said invalid ROM. I remembered that when I modified the header on the 3ds roms and changed them to the 3dz format it detected the chip ID (sandisk SD) and it made a few changes. I assumed that I needed to do this as well with the Samsung card. So i grabbed again a fresh rom from my PC and when trying to use "auto-detect" chip ID on the gateway rom patcher it says. "New Chip ID Generated. Manufacturer can't be verified, and it still shows the manufacturer as SanDisk I try to choose from the dropdown but Samsung is not listed.

    Is there a process that I am missing here?

    Thank you in advance for the help.
     
  2. Pecrow
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    Pecrow GBAtemp Maniac

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    Jun 23, 2015
    United States
    I think I might of received a FAKE Samsung SD card... dang, I am testing with H2testw right now, will update back shortly.

    ====ugh====

    95% complete - 0 min 11 sec remaining
    Memory tested in blocks of 25600 sectors.

    BAD MEMORY from sector 32833404 (16,031.9355MiB) to sector 262132604 (127,994.4355Mib)

    WARNING: no memory detected at one or more locations.
    Test took 3501 seconds.

    *** FAILED ***

    DEVICE HAS DUPLICATE OR BAD BLOCKS!

    Recommended maximum usable partition size: 16,019.4355Mib (approx. Last good Sector=32833404)
     
    Last edited by Pecrow, Jul 10, 2015
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