Hardware 3DS Blue screen of death after NAND restore

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So My SD card got corrupted during a file transfer and I tried to salvage what I had by recovering files from my sd card. I had a backup NAND that was on there and tried to restore it using Decrypt9. I have a backup of a NAND that I made while I was trying to restore all of my save data. The issue was that my mii plaza data wasn't restored properly hence the need to restore my backup NAND that was in the corrupted SD Card. My system is not hard modded to clarify. I couldn't backup the NAND from the sd card so I ended up doing a forced backup of the NAND which resulted in my system getting a blue screen and I am unable to access Decrypt9 or anything else. Is there a way to fix this at all? I really hope I can fix this....this only started due to my sd card getting corrupted during a file transfer and trying to salvage as much as possible...

The error message I got is:

Bootrom 8046
Errorcode: 00f800EE
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
00000000 00000000
 

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At the minimum you'll need a nand mod (soldering stuff etc.).
But if you don't have a good nand backup then it's curtains for that system I'm afraid.
 

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At the minimum you'll need a nand mod (soldering stuff etc.).
But if you don't have a good nand backup then it's curtains for that system I'm afraid.
I have a clean working nand backup. There's no other way to fix this? I have to resort to soldering?
 

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yeah just to confirm a hardmod is your only option here and @hundshamer has gone awol so your only left with @vb_encryption_vb to do the hardmod for you unless you can do it yourself or you know someone else who can do it for you (just be careful as some people have had friends claim to be able to do it and end up messing it up completely .....so before you ask a friend to help, don't just take his word for it, make sure he knows how to use a soldering iron as he could end up making it much worse if he doesn't)

and next time understand that if something is corrupt, its probably best not to go overwrite your nand with a bunch of garbage data, you should have wrote it to emunand first to verify it was still functional before writing it to sysnand
 
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