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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by HRudy94, Apr 22, 2017.
I was trying to open Internet Explorer but this message came out:
Anyone has a fixe ?
god dang it, hate it when that happens. your best bet is to brick your EmuSysNAND #2 2 times, hardmod your sound chip, then blow up your house.
Go to EoF.
There's your problem
nothing goes right when IE is involved
I know but now i can't access internet anymore... XD
You forgot to tell him that he needs to Unbrick his EmuNAND after the process to re-gain network access
excuse me, he does that AFTER he smashes his 3ds then glues all the pieces together with a glue stick. then you do that.
oh my bad, thats why it says "if you don't know what this does and how to use it then stop here" on the bottom screen, dang it, so I have to redo everything from Section -8 to Section 54....
then youll have to reread section 12341A part 8462B of the hackers safety guide handbook
I don't know which handbook...
Or this one?
all of them
They are giving me a bootrom error when I try to open them up, I think I totally forgot to do a twlnandtransfer woops...
how could you forget that!? just as a refresher make sure you make a text file on your desktop and name in NAND.bin and ctrtwlsysnandsystemTransfer it, and youll be fine
Okay at least the manual booted up again, just had to print this out and solder it to the broken pages.
good good... this is the trickiest part i remember when i did this i potatoe chiped my mothershipboardcardchip, and bricked my NANDNAND.
uh, always remember the warning at startup "don't mess with your NANDNAND, its the most important part of the system"
and DEFINATELLY don't use someone else STD.bin to get P9LM
and always make sure its always 1,6 MB else the flashing will fail and the console will probably print out an error log using Errorcode: 67-9876