1. peepy

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    So Ive got a bluscreen here this is in for repair and is a hackable switch. Replaced bq24193 but no change and no shorts that I could find other than that. Since its hackable I entered Rcm and used Tegrarcm to try to boot Hekate. It recognized the switch and sent Hekate successfully but the switch stays on black screen. When rebooted back to blue. Is it possible some "retarded" child actually installed cfw and somehow erased something vital ? this switch does not show Nintendo logo just right to blue. I read there was a tool called memloader could that do something for me?

    Basically what are some steps I could use to see If this is indeed a software issue and not a hardware issue like a dead cpu or something. Ive perused some very long threads about this but other than memloader I didn't come up with much. If it was a dead cpu or a cpu that needed a Reball would tegra rcm even be able to send hekate? Something seems fishy here. Thanks in advance, luckily my next repair is just a simple usb c port swap lol.
     
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    When I use biskey dump this pops up I’m not sure how biskey dump works but some other payloads I was able to see graphics as well but they were pixelated so Now I think it’s one of the ram chips for the gpu because if it was the gpu itself I think it would still be blank or blue

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