Homebrew Moving all my homebrew to a new SD card?

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My SD card has ran out of space, so I want to move it to another SD card. Do any of you guys know if it would mess anything up if I copied and pasted the exact files to a new SD card? Thanks
 

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My SD card has ran out of space, so I want to move it to another SD card. Do any of you guys know if it would mess anything up if I copied and pasted the exact files to a new SD card? Thanks
You can copy and paste the contents of your old sd card to the new one, but keep in mind that it has to be formatted to FAT32 or else the 3ds won't recognize it
 

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Make sure you use a 32byte cluster as well when formatting the card.
My SD card that I would be transfering the data to already is formated to FAT. When I click paste in the new SD card nothing appears. Currently, I am making a "fake sd card" folder and then I will just transfer the data thats in there to the new SD card.
 

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Surely you should copy the contents from the old sd card to your computer. Then put the new sd card in the computer and copy the files from the pc to the new sd card.
 

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