Windows is trying to view my EmuNAND

Discussion in 'Computer Software and Operating Systems' started by SirNapkin1334, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. SirNapkin1334
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    For those of you who don't know, an EmuNAND is a second partition on a 3DS's SD card that contains raw NAND data. However, when I insert my 3DS's SD card into my computer, it brings up the regular partition as H:, like it should, but also brings up the raw NAND partition as E:. The problem is, I don't know how to disable it trying to view this partition. It always prompts me to format it, but if I do that I'll lose my EmuNAND. In disk utility, there is no option on the partition to change it's drive letter/path, only to format it. Does anyone know how to hide a drive/partition that is formatted in an unknown way?
     
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    By disk utility do you mean Disk Management? That's where you normally change it.
    It should be doable with a registry edit though.
     
  3. SirNapkin1334
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    What should I edit in the registry?
    Yeah, I meant Disk Management. Still haven't completely switched my mind from macOS.
     
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