Please I really need help for my emuNAND...

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  1. Suicuark
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    So i had a little issue and my emuNAND bricked.
    Didn't have backup , asked for a while, then some people told me that if i:
    Copy sys to emu, format emu and sys with tiny format, get back to emu and reinstall tickets of my games they will show up in home menu with their saves.
    I did that but it didn't worked! I saw somewhere that linking nands back may help but it didn't worked either. So i shall reinstall all games and restart saves.
    But : there is much space in sd that's not empty, that means game data and saves still there, how do i remove them.
    Please i need help!
     
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    put the sd card into your computer, go to the "nintendo 3DS" folder, in here will be a bunch of sub folders, each one relates to a "different" nand
    , now if you dont have much installed on sysnand or your new emunand then just view properties on each of these folders until you figure out which one is the one wasting all your space
     
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    Nothing is on my sys but what shall i do with the folder that takes space?
    I'm not sure deleting it would be the best idea...
     
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    well if you have given up trying to recover the bricked emunand then just delete it as its useless, if you want to try recovering at a later date, then back it up onto your computer with a copy of the bricked emunand

    (i suggest you look into retrieving a copy of the movable.sed file from the bricked emunand via decrypt9 if you will have any chance of recovering your games/saves) and have a read of here
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/tutorial-manual-system-transfer-for-saves-content.388033/
     
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    I've created new emuNAND and it's empty now, but files still there, if i supress folder it will only supress old files or also that new emunand i made?
    (Didn't really make new emu, just copied sys to emu)
     
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    well if you have deleted the bricked emunand then you will have pretty much no chance of recovering the files.......just delete them and learn from the mistake
     
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    The prob is that when i reinstall games they come back with saves. So if i delete the folder, it won't download reinstalled files right?
    And by reinstalling games i have error message.
    And i also have a backup of bricked emuNAND.
     
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    so your sysnand and emunand were linked when it bricked, in which case you could probably just install any tickets for any games you had installed which will be much faster than installing each game, sorry i assume you had them unlinked
     
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    I had them unlinked yeah, but is it really unfixable? If i link them again maybe it will work?