1. Gabryel

    OP Gabryel Newbie
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    Hello everyone. i have a nintendo 3ds that is not turning on, turns on the blue led for a few seconds but as screens do not turn on. I tried to enter GM9 (start + power) but it does not always enter and neither does luma (select + power).
    I already tried to use the fear of recovery (power over holding: A + R + L + Up (DPad)).
    someone help me ?.
    sorry for english, im from Basil.
     

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    Do you hear the speaker popping or one of the screens quickly flashing white when the 3DS turns off after the few seconds? If you do then it is probably a hardware issue with the 3DS, and if you don't then you should try using a different SD card and putting new CFW files on it (looking at your attached picture I see that you could have already tried that).
     
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  3. SuperDan

    SuperDan Im Aware ... Im Unaware
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    my pals one was doing that and what i did was put a bit of sellotape around the TOP of his SD Card ..for a reason we cant explain the damn Sd card wouldn't stay in without the tape .. but after it worked perfectly
     
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  5. SuperDan

    SuperDan Im Aware ... Im Unaware
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    Did You Fix it Yet >??<
     
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  6. E1ite007

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    It's a weird suggestion... but using the Windows repair tool on the mSD card can fix it.
    It helped me with my console like a year ago.
    You can use any, the Windows Explorer one or the chkdsk command on CMD.
     
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