Decrypt9/Hourglass error

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  1. ThunderbInazuma
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    Hello guys. So, I'm trying to make the method that can unban the NNID after being banned due to Pokémon S/M. My friend is trying to make a Nand Backup of his console to be able to, after that, recover it's NNID. However, Decrypt9 and/or Hourglass sais that he doesn't have enough space on the SD card. However, he has 7GB free on the SD Card. Is there any way to correct this problem?

    Thanks in advance​
     
  2. Sketchy1

    Sketchy1 gbatemp's shadiest warez dealer

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    1)bans are to the console, not the nnid, this was confirmed because you could still link that nnid to a wiiu
    2)check the SD card for errors on a PC, then remount it in decrypt9. It takes a while b4 it actually detects the space. Or delete/add something for it to detect the change. Like dump ticket.db
     
  3. ThunderbInazuma
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    1) I know that, but there is a way to link a new NNID to the banned 3ds and actually use it, and that's what I'm trying to do.
    2) How can I check the SD card for errors?
     
  4. Sketchy1

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    1)You have to unban it first by getting a public seed or find someone willing to donate
    2) plug it onto a windows PC then select scan for errors, ticking both boxes
     
  5. Rodrigo Sousa

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    Update:
    Sys Info
    Nintendo 2DS
    Latest FW
    A9HL - no emunand

    SD Check:
    "Warning: Only 6980 of 29652 MByte tested.
    Test finished without errors.
    You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
    Writing speed: 16.3 MByte/s
    Reading speed: 57.5 MByte/s
    H2testw v1.4"


    ____________
    error:
    SYS NAND - SYSNAND BACKUP
    NAND BACKUP -
    SD FAILURE OR SD FULL
    NAND BACKUP: FAILED!
    ___________________

    WORK DIRECTORY: /
    GAME DIRECTORY (NOT AVAIBLE)
    SD CARD : 6950MB/29652MB & NO EMUNAND

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    Log:
    Initializing SD card... success
    Build: Decrypt9WIP (2016/10/15)
    Work directory: /files9
    Game directory: /files9
    sector0x96 Key: loaded, stored
    0x03 KeyX & KeyY: automatically set up
    0x25 KeyX: not found
    0x18 KeyX: already set up
    0x1B KeyX: not found
    0x24 KeyY: automatically set up
    Finalizing Initialization...

    Initialization: partially failed

    Initializing SD card... success
    Build: Decrypt9WIP (2016/10/15)
    Work directory: /files9
    Game directory: /files9
    sector0x96 Key: loaded, stored
    0x03 KeyX & KeyY: automatically set up
    0x25 KeyX: not found
    0x18 KeyX: already set up
    0x1B KeyX: not found
    0x24 KeyY: automatically set up
    Finalizing Initialization...

    Initialization: partially failed

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    »» the work and game directory appears, but dissapeirs after try to do a nand backup**
     
  6. noX1609

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    If the test finish with errors then there are errors ob the card and you could try to repair it with the windows tool chkdsk.

    After that try again to do a backup.
    If that doesn't help you should maybe try to use another sd card.
     
  7. Rodrigo Sousa

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    "Test finished without errors."
     
  8. Sketchy1

    Sketchy1 gbatemp's shadiest warez dealer

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    Did you use the one that comes stock with windows? That test result looks like it Was only partially checked...