Hacking Moved everything from sd and put it back but homebrew doesnt work anymore

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Lol maybe stupid question or stupid that i did this. But i needed the sd card for something else, so i moved everything from my wii u SD card into a folder in my laptop and later put everything back in. But now when i open up homebrew its just a blank homebrew screen. Anybody got any tips? Not feeling like paying for brain games again, but if i got to i will
 
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if you mean the homebrew launcher launches, but there's nothing present, make sure the apps are in wiiu/apps.

Yes nothing is present. I got all the apps in the folder
 

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Haxchi. Everything worked before. I moved everything from my sd card to my laptop, so essentialy the sd card was empty. After a day i put everything back. But nothing on the homebrew channel, only bubbles.
 
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oh, the same thing happened to me today, try to use this tool: http://ridgecrop.co.uk/index.htm?guiformat.htm for formatting the sd in fat 32 (IT MUST BE IN FAT32)
and then try to check if your sd has a cluster of 32kb or 64 kb.

if this stuff doesn't work then try using another program, such as EasyUS partition master, or using a different amount of disk allocation, and also try to see if your sd adapter is not faulty.
also make sure that the disk is MBR

lemme know if you solved the problem :)
 
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