1. udo4ever

    OP udo4ever GBAtemp Regular
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    Hi everyone!
    I am not sure if I am in the right section. I searched pretty much everywhere on the site but can't seem to find the answer to my question. Basically, I have the XCI version of Tropical Freeze and transferred it to an NSP file using 4NXCI. After the transfer, I get 2 NSP files (the game and the update). When installing the game only through Tinfoil, it works like a charm. However, after installing the update file, the game does not boot. It claims that I cannot run it because the game is associated with another account and that I need to go online. Any thoughts on what is going on here?

    Background info:

    Switch originally on FW 3.0. Updated to latest firmware version using ChoixduJour. Booting rajnx CFW with noGCupdate (latest version).

    Thanks for all your help!
     
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    i guess nobody has any ideas? can anyone let me know if they are running in to the same issue at least... ;-)
     
  3. Draxzelex

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    Did you try the latest version of 4NXCI? It claims to have fixed the issue you are referring to.
     
  4. udo4ever

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    Hi Draxzelex! I have been mostly lurking on gbatemp for years and I would have to say I am amazed at your quick responses and general helpfulness. It is thanks to people like you that the Switch scene is awesome!!!! truly appreciate it.

    in terms of my issue I have been running the latest release (1.0)... However, I initially had the previous version and then simply kept the folder but replaces the exe file... do you think there might be a conflict in doing this? in the folder there is only a readme file and a license file.

    In addition I followed this guide: https://gbatemp.net/threads/backup-...-your-biskeys-tseckeys-keys-txt-guide.513386/ to get the latest keys file once I updated by switch to the latest firmware via choixdujour. I did eliminate some unecessary keys in the keys file to deal with a warning message I received each time I converted a file. This might be the issue but if I elminated a key that was important wouldn't the 20 plus games I installed not work too? they all work without issue. Why is it just when I install an update file? Today I tried to install the update file to Oceanhorn that 4NXCI created and it did the same thing... hmmm. Any ideas?
     
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    Well the latest version of 4NXCI is now V1.1 so it might be worth using that before proceeding further. Also, I think it pops out an error if you don't have enough keys. I think its the unknown meta type error.
     
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    Excellent suggestion! I updated 4NXCI to V1.1 and it solved the problem. It likely was the unknown meta type error. Thank you for your help! I can finally leave my game cards at home =) yay!
     
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