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Topic: Getting back 3ds data after formatting as card

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mobdewzimz

I was uninstalling Luma on my 3ds and stupidly formatted my sd card afterwards. I used Recuva to get my files back, but the the thing is is that they’re all over the place. They’re not compiled like how they should be. Is there any way to fix this?

mobdewzimz

ThisDude

Access the sd card from your computer. Use a card adapter or whatever your computer can handle. Move all files into a folder on your computer and move them back on. I also do this with the SD Card in my phone to eliminate fragmentation.

ThisDude

SwitchForce

mobdewzimz wrote:

I was uninstalling Luma on my 3ds and stupidly formatted my sd card afterwards. I used Recuva to get my files back, but the the thing is is that they’re all over the place. They’re not compiled like how they should be. Is there any way to fix this?

Then that program you used to recover is worthless since it now is all messed up because of it. Since you also recovered them back to the sd card then that makes it doubly harder to recover any data as it should be ordered as it was on the sd card. Recuva is IMHO the worst program to use to recover your sd data if it can't put them as they were before.

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SwitchForce

SwitchForce

ThisDude wrote:

Access the sd card from your computer. Use a card adapter or whatever your computer can handle. Move all files into a folder on your computer and move them back on. I also do this with the SD Card in my phone to eliminate fragmentation.

Did you read all the files were messed up how would you fix that just by moving to a computer. You don't know what is what and where they go so your reply doesn't fix what just happened.

SwitchForce

ThisDude

SwitchForce wrote:

ThisDude wrote:

Access the sd card from your computer. Use a card adapter or whatever your computer can handle. Move all files into a folder on your computer and move them back on. I also do this with the SD Card in my phone to eliminate fragmentation.

Did you read all the files were messed up how would you fix that just by moving to a computer. You don't know what is what and where they go so your reply doesn't fix what just happened.

ThisDude

ThisDude

Then forget what I said and live with the mess you made!

ThisDude

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