Transfer saves to new sd card

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  1. DarkKnigh_t
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    Hello :)
    I have fire emblem downloadable version on my original sd that came with the 3ds now i bought a new 16gb one and i have a couple of games on the new sd card like bravely default, harvest moon, retro city rampage. i want to have fire emblem on my bigger sd card. i can redownload the game i know that but how can i transfer the save file if someone could help me thatd be great :) im scared to just copy paste stuff and merge folders cause i dont want to corrupt my games on the bigger sd.
     
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    still need help with this please :/ bump
     
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    It's as easy as copying all the files from your old SD card to your new one (using a PC), there shouldn't be any file conflicts, but just in case there is, don't copy conflicting files, so there's no way you can corrupt anything.
     
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    thank you il try that tonight and see how it goes and report back :)
     
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    Actually, come to think of it there probably will be some conflicts due to extra data created on SD card by system titles and some games. So don't replace any existing files, but copy everything else over.