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  1. When trying to load Valkyria Chronicles 4 xci i get a "game card could not be read" message and sends me back to the game select screen on SX OS. I've tried re-downloading the game to make sure it's still good but no difference. All my other games still load. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Transfering Large Games to SD Card

    Hello! How is everyone? Thank you so much for the attention. Right up, I have a small issue with transfering large games (over FAT32 4GB limit), to my SD Card (any of them, really). As I couldn`t transfer big games to my SD, it was formatted with NTFS, and after, ExFat formats. Copied all files over again and, to no avail, boot.dat would not be recognized. Running out of options, my choice is now to project my worries to this excellent site, and forum. My hopes for some kind of light are pronounced, as I will remain patient in wait for help. Some useful infos about my console: Switch at latest firmware 32GB SD Card (actual: FAT32 format) SX OS 1.3 Thank you very much! Raymond