Booting into luma

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  1. Coogie
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    Folks need help
    I've went through all the stages in the 3ds guide I am stuck were I have to boot into luma.it won't boot into it?I've spent hours getting to at part.can I start all over again if so what part do I start from.help would be grateful..
     
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    PIcture of your sd card card please, do you have arm9loaderhax.bin on the root, holding select on boot
     
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    A little more information? Like what is the part you are stuck on? Current OFW?
     
  4. Coogie
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    I'm stuck on
    Section II - Installing arm9loaderhax
    I think this is problem?
     

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    Do you have that file in the "a9lh" folder?
     
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    I'll start all over again but which part will I start from?cheers
    Arm9loaderhax.bin is in the a9lh folder
     
  7. Coogie
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    Got pass at bit.have I done the right thing here?pick the right file?
     

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    What you're doing there is doing a sysNAND restore, keeping a9lh. To get up to this part, are you using the guide? Otherwise, straying from the steps of the guide may result in a brick. Please elaborate, what have you done to get to this sysNAND restore?
    You're leaving out a lot of information.
     
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    Hi I got everything up and running thanks for the reply folks..
     
  10. Coogie
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    What I done was to put the payloads.bin1&2 in the a9lh folder.
    At seem to sort it.took me hours tho..
     
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    You should've put the payloads in anyway... that's probably why it wasn't booting.
    It does say in the guide, place both payload.bin1&2 into the a9lh folder.
     
  12. Coogie
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    I just have to pay more attention on the the next time. Thanks
     
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    No worries, I did something similar on my first try :'P