1. Dredengreg

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    Hey guys, first off I wanted to thank everyone on this forum. Having all these threads that already answered most of my questions and problems were a godsend.

    Now for the question I'm not sure about. I just realized to run RetroArch, I need to have my SD card formatted to FAT32. When I was installing my NSPs I had the card as Exfat though I was installing my extracted files through gold leaf and quark.

    I read online that I could simply copy everything off of my sd card, format the card to FAT32, and copy it back, but I also read that I had to maybe split the big files? If the NSPs are already installed in my SD card, do I still need to go and split them up? Or will simply copying all the folders and files back to the FAT32 SD card be enough/work?

    Thanks for all and any help!
     
  2. bad361

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    You just simply copy/paste, your installed NSPs are already split up into small/medium chunks of files... so you just copy the contents of yours sd, reformat and copy everything back. I can't actually think of any file for switch (except for xci's and may be gamecube/wii roms) that can be larger than 4gb.
     
  3. Dredengreg

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    Perfect, thank you very much for the answer!
     
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