3ds back up help

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    so i was doing a tut for cfw (a9lh) () but at the end when i held up and power, my 3ds went black, now when i press power it turns on for maybe a second before going off. then i found out the sd card got corrupt. i backed up my nand, i just need to know if theres a way to fix this or am i out of luck. thanks
     
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    first off, NEVER follow a youtube guide. text will always be safest.
    secondly, you have to put a new a9lh.bin on your sdcard if it got corrupt
     
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    @Hyoretsu is this your video guide I see constantly?..
     
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    sorry to be a noob, i havent been on the 3ds scene here since pasta. i dont know where to start to fix this as my sd card is empty.
     
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    just put arm9loaderhax.bin from the starter pack at the root of your sdcard, and you should boot fine (assuming you didnt brick)
     
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    thanks guys. everything seems to back to normal. sorry for the trouble.