black screen booting to CFW (emuMMC)

kisamesama Sep 14, 2019.

  1. kisamesama
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    I have followed this guide: https://www.scenefolks.com/pages.php?page=4210 to setup emuMMC (my firmware is 8.1) with atmosphere 0.9.3 (download on https://sdsetup.com/console?switch)
    When I try to launch CFW emuMMC, I get the "splash screen" of atmosphere but then I have a black screen.
    Any idea?

    I haven't tried to launch CFW internal storage (fearing of having any trace of CFW on my internal storage)
     
  2. ModderFokker619

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    Load OFW with an exfat card if it asks for an update install 8.1.0 with ChoiDujourNXv102 and exfat support.
     
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    what is OFW? how to load it?
     
  4. Bowthorpe123

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    Original FirmWare Boot switch up normally and see if it asks you to update to get the most out of your SD Card.
     
  5. ModderFokker619

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    Load up stock with an exfat card

    If it asks to update dont

    Grab ChoiDujourNXv102 and 8.1.0 firmware

    Run ChoiDujourNXv102 from hombrew

    Proceed to install 8.1.0 and if on ipatched switch down enable auto rcm, make sure its set to no

    On reboot you now have exfat support
     
  6. kisamesama
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    but my partitions are not formatted as exFat... but in FAT32

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    just tried CFW (sysNAND) and it worked... so only CFW (emuMMC) not working. I don't even have option to launch Stock (emuMMC)
     
  7. ModderFokker619

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    if your fat 32 then your good

    make partition 30gb

    create emummc and enable emummc

    Boot emummc
     
  8. kisamesama
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    Done this but it does not boot... I have a black screen.
     
  9. kisamesama
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    don't know what's wrong... I tried re-formatting several times with different format (fat32 and exFat). when creating emuMMC, I tried SD File and also SD Partition..

    every combinations give me a black screen when booting to CFW emuMMC

    side question: I launched CFW sysNAND, do I have now a trace that I used CFW on my sysNAND and nintendo can ban me?
     
  10. toxic9

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    Yes, you infected your sysnand. Usually you are banned for things worse than just running cfw.
     
  11. kisamesama
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    if I do a factory reset, trace of running CFW will still be there? Do be honest I just want to play fortnite, paladins and non switch online games... If I get banned, will I still be able to play fortnite, paladins, etc.. the non switch online games?
     
  12. toxic9

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    Factory reset won't remove cfw traces.
    You could only remove cfw traces if you have made a nand backup before booting cfw. Did you?
    If you get banned you can only play legit and non legit offline games. Forget fortnite.
     
  13. kisamesama
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    yup I did a nand backup.. should I restore it?
     
  14. toxic9

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    If you want to be safe that you will not get banned, you should restore a clean nand backup. After that you can setup emunand and try everything you want offline (on emunand).
     
  15. Bergot

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    After the splash screen..count 4~5 seconds and push the power button..and it will boot the emunand
     
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