Hello, I have a question. Does anyone know if the NAND.bin file that the Gateway creates is the same NAND that would be extracted with a hardware modded 3DS? The reason I ask is because we dumped 4.5.0-9u on my brothers 3DS with a USB hard mod. We took it apart though and shortened some of the wires. We tried some games before we did so though, to make sure they stilled played. Then, after we put it all back together, the md5 checksum is different from the first time we dumped 4.5.0-9u. I know the 3DS can store Extdata in the NAND (or at least, that's what I read) and I can't remember what games I actually tried, but I'm wondering if the NAND changed a bit and perhaps that explains the different md5 checksums. Every time I dump now, I get the same md5 checksum. I thought I could use the Gateway to create a dump of the NAND and compare it to the checksums of the first dump (done with the hard mod) and all the other dumps I've made since (with the hard mod). And the Gateway's NAND dump has a different checksum of both the hard modded dumps I got. Originally, before I messed with the hard mod that I installed, I was successfully able to flash the backed up NAND that the Gateway made back to the 3DS and then downgrade to 4.2....does anyone have any suggestions? I was thinking maybe a wire isn't soldered properly but to get the same dump over and over again, I find that a bit a strange. If it was a bad connection, would the checksum change each time? Thanks!