1. sp3off

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    Hello guys,

    Since some time, my sister told me that her 3DS has got some freezes. I've looked at it, and it seems that the Network module's faulty (also called nwm).

    Here's the error it shows :
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    When wireless connections are disabled, 3DS acts like normal, nothing happens. I don't think about something hardware-related, that would be the worst thing to happen.

    Anything about it ? (I thought about deleting the nwm module and reinstalling it, but not sure)

    Thanks in advance, sp3off.
     
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    Last edited by sp3off, Sep 10, 2018 - Reason: Photo of the HW added.
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    Yes, take it off and put it back on.

    If that doesn't fix it, you may need to replace the module.
     
  5. sp3off

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    Just found out it wasn't completely plugged in. I've pushed in it completely and now it works like nothing happened. Thank you very much, problem solved.
     
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    I have the same problema,but nothing Works,and i already replace to a new board and still have the problem...
     
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    Disassemble the o3DS/o3DSXL, clean both sides of the WiFi module/motherboard connectors with toothbrush and ~70% isopropyl alcohol (don't use any other cleaner), and wedge a piece a foam or cardboard on top of the WiFi board to force it attached to the mobo when reassembling.
     
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    I will try. Thank you.
     
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