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Ralizah

Electricmastro wrote:

I was already using the 2GB card that came with the 3DS. How do you trasfer data to s bigger card?

1) Connect current SD card to computer
2) Transfer data from current SD card to folder on computer
3) Put in new SD card
4) Transfer data from folder on computer to new SD card
5) Put new SD card into 3DS
6) Enjoy your expanded SD card!

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Electricmastro

Ralizah wrote:

Electricmastro wrote:

I was already using the 2GB card that came with the 3DS. How do you trasfer data to s bigger card?

1) Connect current SD card to computer
2) Transfer data from current SD card to folder on computer
3) Put in new SD card
4) Transfer data from folder on computer to new SD card
5) Put new SD card into 3DS
6) Enjoy your expanded SD card!

I feel old for saying this, but what exactly do you mean by "connecting to the computer"? Do you use cables, wireless, or what?

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Electricmastro wrote:

Ralizah wrote:

Electricmastro wrote:

I was already using the 2GB card that came with the 3DS. How do you trasfer data to s bigger card?

1) Connect current SD card to computer
2) Transfer data from current SD card to folder on computer
3) Put in new SD card
4) Transfer data from folder on computer to new SD card
5) Put new SD card into 3DS
6) Enjoy your expanded SD card!

I feel old for saying this, but what exactly do you mean by "connecting to the computer"? Do you use cables, wireless, or what?

Just take it out of your 3DS, and put it in your computer.

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@Electricmaestro - Most computers have a slot where you can directly plug an SD Card into it; if not, you'll need a converter to do so, which are, maybe $10-$15?

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