Can I load 3 different NANDs with Luma3ds?

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    This is going to sound crazy, but is it possible to autoboot sysNAND, but if I hold L it will launch emuNAND one, and if I hold R it will launch emuNAND two? If not that is OK but I am just curious. I can't seem to find documentation.
     
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    Yep, it is. In fact, it's almost standard to.
     
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    Is there a tutorial on this? I know how to create multiple emuNANDs, but is there a tutorial on setting up multiple emuNAND options?
     
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    As far as I can tell (since I've been thru the code lately) It will only boot EmuNAND #2 if EmuNAND #1 is on autoboot and B is held.
     
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    Ah. Alright. But does L launch sysNAND then?
     
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    If EmuNAND is on auto, L should boot sysNAND, yes.
     
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    Thanks! I was wondering about this for a while and (since my last console bricked <.<) I am looking forward to keeping this one safe and sound.
     
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    Oh shit. So, I just formatted my SD card and even while restoring a backup of all my files it won't turn on :/. I know it isn't a brick because I didn't do anything to brick

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    Unlike this guy I unfortunately have no other 3ds to use to format

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    EDIT: I forgot to set the partition as primary *facepalm*
     
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    If it turns off immediately that means it can't read the SD card or can't find the arm9loaderhax.bin payload. Make sure your card is FAT32 formatted and that the Luma arm9loaderhax.bin is on the SD card root. Windows will by default format 64GB+ cards as ExFAT and won't let you format them to FAT32 so you'll need a 3rd party tool such as the official SD Formatter or GUIFormat if you are on windows.
    Edit: Nevermind :ninja: