Transferring Luma (Emunand) to a 64gb Micro Sd card - Question

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    Hi, about two weeks ago i installed luma, which is great and all, but i've recently decided to move onto a new card (64gb class 10 Sandisk), and yes, i'm still using an emunand, partially because all my games are already installed on there.

    I'm well aware on the process on how to format the card to fat32 and the injection process but somehow the transfer speeds on the card are horrendous, and the emunand does not show up during the boot up process. It's been a while since i made the transfer to a 64gb on my other 3ds.

    Any suggestions, and help is much appreciated!

    as for the programs i use, guidformat.exe to format the card with an allocation size of 32768 as administrator. Then i inject the emunand with the multinand tool by DarkMatterCore.

    Am i doing something wrong?
     
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    It should be on the card as a hidden partition because i'm using multinand to inject the emunand partition onto the card.

    It worked on my other card prior, and the transfer speeds are normal.
     
  4. linuxares

    linuxares GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Ah okey, well I don't know why then. I use this old method and it's gold.
     
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    Bump, Anyone can help please!
     
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    Why don't you follow https://3ds.guide/Move-emunand and then just copy and paste your files to the new card? Easiest way. Plus you get rid of emuNAND at the same time. Two birds with one stone.
     
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    I just did that
     
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