SDIO Nand extractor issue..

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  1. mixelpixx
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    I managed to get Wii U to dump the Nand (no power button made that fun), now I am trying to extract it..


    Source file cannot be opened \\.\ drive 3; error 5


    Not sure if i've done something or it's the media -- the media is actually an Micro SD (PNY 64GB) in the adapter. No issues with anything else, so I assume this configuration will work, but maybe not. I tried multiple ways of mounting hidden partition to read it with no joy.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Xoo00o0o0o Xoo00o0o0o is in the house

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    I have a similar issue with a 200GB micro SD card using an USB adapter. I posted about it on the SDIO github page here.

    Hopefully someone knows what causes it, sorry I couldn't help you out directly
     
  3. mixelpixx
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    well, I will see if there is source and maybe we can pick the dumper apart -- look at how it accesses the card. Could just be a Windows 10 issue, could be card/adapter .
     
  4. BIFFTAZ

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    Run as administrator ?
     
  5. mixelpixx
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    Source file cannot be opened \\.\ drive 3! error 5

    became

    Source file cannot be opened \\.\ drive 3! error 32

    after changing to RUN as Administrator.

    so at least there is a change.
     
  6. mixelpixx
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    Fixed it:

    Right Click File
    Properties
    Compatibility
    Check Run As Administrator
    Check Compatibility Mode *Windows 7


    Then dump away..
     
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