1. wiitendo84

    OP wiitendo84 GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    It seems that update 10.0.4 has killed my micro sd card reader. It no longer reads my 128gb card. Says it needs a update to allow use of sdxc cards. Anyone have a issue with this?
     
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    Is your card exFAT? Did you install the exFAT driver?
     
  3. wiitendo84

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    Was working fine until my kid updated it
     
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    Sounds like he updated with conjournx (or how ever you spell it) with the exfat update but never put the sd card in and got the small exfat update from Nintendo officially so nintendo doesn't have the console as registered to having the update so didbt give him the exfat part when the kid updated.

    So to fix this, get a fat32 sd card (dobt recommand the one you normally use as you will loose all the data), set it up to boot atmosphere and the 10.4 update files and reflash the update with the exfat option

    Or just download the update when in the os and connect to Nintendo servers for the small patch. If your kid updated nintendo already has the logs and if you have nsps installed you might be already flaged for a ban
     
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    Already banned so downloading from nintendo servers wont help me lol.
     
  6. Lacius

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    You removed exFAT support with the update. Either backup the contents of your SD card and reformat your SD card as FAT32 using guiformat (recommended), or use a different SD card on FAT32 to reinstall the update with exFAT support.
     
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    After a bit of trial and error, I got the card to work. However, I think I'm missing something on my ini configuration to allow me to install the update now that I think about it. Now I have to scour all of this to get it to work again.
     
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    In able to load homebrew with it. Now I got to figure out how to bypass the 4gb limit for games to install them
     
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    You should not be sending NSP files to your SD card to be installed. Install over USB, FTP, or the internet instead.
     
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    Haha, My kid did it too...
     
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    i also loss my sd card after install 10.0.4
    how to u solve the problem ?

    i try fomat card with fat32. still can boot sxos, but the gallery also empty.
    cant access homebrew downgrade firmware ....

    SX 3.0.3
    FW 10.0.4
    SDXC fat32
     
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    Are there homebrew applications in your switch folder? Do you use MacOS?
     
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    yes, have homebrew.nro in switch folder
    win 10
     
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    Use the archive bit fix option in Hekate on the non-Nintendo folders.
     
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    dont work

    every can read sdcard boot file into sxos
    arter boot gallery like normal , cant see homegrew and other xci
    storage show sd card empty.
     
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    Did you check to see if the SD card is fake or not?
     
  17. eklee21

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    use this card play switch one year ago ..
    replace new sd card also same result ...
     
  18. Draxzelex

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    Since you're using Windows, right-click on the switch folder and disable the archive bit manually.
     
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