1. susi91

    susi91 Advanced Member
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    Yeah, thats fine ;)
    But you know that already, isn't it?
     
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  2. YeahIMeanIt413

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    I do apologize for this, but I am at my wit's end. I've been going at this since 2, fully erased all data and followed the guides on the vita hack guides website. But still, nothing has come. I still just have my 8gb memory card. I've tried unlinking, rebooting, refreshing. It just won't work. It's the Funturbo SD2VITA white with a Sandisk ultra 32gb card inside. I've followed the instructions here and on that site. I'm also running Enso on 3.60. my ux0 tai folder is gone, put it into ur0. probably should also mention this is a slim model with the MicroUSB port. Sorry to dump this on you all but I just really need some help Another thing that might help is that randomly the light inside the port will just flash orange wildly then stop, and just be dead until some other random event triggers it.
     
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  3. shadowcopalypse

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    Hi, I was trying to move a save file over from one Vita to another and now I'm unable to boot Vitashell. (Ps All-Stars in case you were wondering)

    It says something along the lines of 'save files have to be removed' but when hitting either yes or no it still reboots the system in safe mode.

    The bubble can't be deleted, opened or overwritten by re-installing the .vpk. I've tried using molecular shell (which works) to overwrite but it also is a fail.

    The system is still usable but y'know, when in Rome.

    So I have two Operating Systems on the console. One on the native internal memcard and one on the sd2Vita.

    The attempt I'd like to do is to simple copy and paste all Vitashell files/folders from uma0 to ux0. I just don't know what they all are.

    Thanks
     
  4. Troyjoy

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    I thought it was easy to do the config text oneself.
     
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  5. BenDishaw

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    Ok. i have no idea what's going on. Here's what i did.

    backed up all files.
    wrote zzblank.img to a new sd card.
    formatted sd card (64kb cluster size).
    then tried to copy all the files to the new sd card and then it gives me nothing but empty folders for example. the Vitashell folder is empty either during the process or after an eject. this happened with 2 200gb sandisk cards (64kb cluster size). but my 64gb card works just fine. either the cards are fake or faulty. or maybe i did something wrong.
    any idea whats going on?
     
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  6. Troyjoy

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    Where did you order your Micro SD card from? I got mine from Target and one off Amazon.

    Next I used a special adapter for the micro SD card to format them. After that I followed the steps you outlined above
     
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  7. ZeroSene

    ZeroSene GBAtemp Regular
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    Fake card. The sign is how it seem to copy file normally then after copy you got a lot of empty folder. The fake size card loop and overwrite itself make data disappear. You can check microsd card with h2testw for fake card size.
     
  8. BernardoOne

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    I've been getting crashes saying "An error has occured. The PS Vita system will be powered off". I'm using a SD2VITA. The MicroSD is real (verified in HW). I'm guessing the issue might be with the SD2VITA itself?. Is there any way to know for sure?
     
  9. J-Machine

    J-Machine Self proclaimed Pog champion
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    anyone have any tips for removing an sd card from the psvsd? i grabbed the wrong 256gb sd card (it's empty but i didn't prep it at all) and well... this thing is in there real tight. my fingers can't seem to push it out. i'm using a version 5 card
     
    Last edited by J-Machine, Sep 19, 2020 at 7:28 AM - Reason: forgot to add card version
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