Hacking Problem copying loadiine to 128 GB microSD

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i've tried with three different 128 gb microSD to copy my loadiine games, but everytime i try i always get a corrupt file error, which is odd for me since with 64 gb it doesnt happen, i tried with copying tools like extremecopy pro and winmend copy but both skip a lot of files while copying so then i have uncomplete copies of my games, idk what to do
if it helps i have windows 8.1 64bits
 

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i've tried with three different 128 gb microSD to copy my loadiine games, but everytime i try i always get a corrupt file error, which is odd for me since with 64 gb it doesnt happen, i tried with copying tools like extremecopy pro and winmend copy but both skip a lot of files while copying so then i have uncomplete copies of my games, idk what to do
if it helps i have windows 8.1 64bits

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i've tried with three different 128 gb microSD to copy my loadiine games, but everytime i try i always get a corrupt file error, which is odd for me since with 64 gb it doesnt happen, i tried with copying tools like extremecopy pro and winmend copy but both skip a lot of files while copying so then i have uncomplete copies of my games, idk what to do
if it helps i have windows 8.1 64bits
Is it formatted to FAT32? If it wasn't, that's the problem
 

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Firstly make sure you are formatting to fat32, otherwise it won't work in the wii
Secondly, test your sd cards with h2testw. If you bought that 128gb card for what seemed like a really good price, chances are it is a fake. They will appear on the computer as about 128GB, but in actuality are only 8GB or less. Once you reach the actual limit it starts overwritting the data at the start of the card, and it ends in a corrupted mess. h2testw will let you know if that is the case.
 
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