Black Screen while booting 2DS after restoring sysNAND

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  1. ryudrg
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    Hello, I am receiving a black screen when turning my 2DS on. I had restored the sysNAND after following Section IV - Restoring the System in Plailect's guide. I am able to boot into luma3DS config and set the config and hourglass. The 2DS when turned on without a SD card turns off after a second. I receive a black screen when trying to boot with the SD card. I have tried the troubleshooting Plailect's guide. I've tried to use older versions of luma3DS going back to 6.1.1 and 5.5 but still receive the black screen when booting. Is there a solution to this problem? Thank you!
     
  2. Quantumcat

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    Someone had the same problem and it was solved by using a new SD card. Not sure if it'll help but if you have spares lying around it shouldn't hurt.
     
  3. annson24

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    Did you do this?

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

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    Yes, I have tried 2 different SD cards. Still receiving the black screen at boot.


    I made sure that 0000008f was deleted. Still receiving black screen.
     
  5. Quantumcat

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    Did you start with a 4.x system? Then you need firmware.bin. (Although you'd get an error message if this was the problem, not a black screen...)
     
  6. ryudrg
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    No, I started with a 6.x 2DS.
     
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    Could be a bad/corrupted NAND dump. You may need to try using a 9.2 ctrnand transfer and see if that fixes your problem.
     
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    Do the 9.2 Ctrnand transfer, that work for me, I got stuck on mine too , I just did mine
     
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    The 9.2 Ctrnand transfer worked. Thank you!
     
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