DSiWare Management Section Triggering Menuhax

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  1. manlego
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    Every time i try to access the dsiware section from my sysnand's settings it triggers menuhax. Is this a known issue? I just wanted to remove some dsiware from my sysnand so i could install more games. If can't get rid of this issue, how i'm supposed to remove them?

    Thanks in advance.

    Edit: Here is a video showing what is happening
     
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    I may be missing something, but are you able to take out the SD card while accessing it, since everything DSi is stored on the NAND?
     
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    Just tried that, the 3ds froze while loading the dsiware titles and went back to the homemenu
     
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    The system reboots when you exit system settings so check your pad_config for the autoboot setting and turn it off.
     
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    I don't think that this is the issue, since even when i took the sd card off it still froze while trying to access the dsiware section
     
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    inb4 #DSiwaremanagementsectionhax confirmed
     
  7. Omegadrien

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    without a sd card.

    With a sd card with menuhax, returning to home menu will trigger menuhax.
    The real question is: why it freezes?
     
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    Added a video to the first post.
     
  9. Ammako

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    What if you hold down whatever key combo it is to skip menuhax?

    And besides, you seem to be running cfw. You could simply uninstalll the DSiWare with DevMenu or FBI the same way you installed it.
     
  10. Omegadrien

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    That's right!

    Indeed, the 3DS fails to load the dsiware, so it reboots, and because you have menuhax, it triggers it.
    So, yes, use fbi to unistall dsiwares.
     
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    If i hold the key, it just goes to the homemenu instead.
    Does Devmenu show how much the app size? I want to see which dsiware app i should delete so i can have enough space to install what i want.
    It would be way easier to do that with the system settings.
     
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    tbh, even with holding down the key combo to skip menuhax, the reason why it triggers is because your DSiWare data management seems to crash the 3DS somehow and makes it reboot. So it wouldn't help anyway.

    Both devmenu and FBI show you how much space something uses up.

    'sides, system settings shows it as Blocks, while FBI/DevMenu will show it as Bytes. Much more convenient to have size showing up as Bytes for comparison purposes. You won't know if freeing up 258 blocks would be enough to install a 50MB game, for example.
     
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    Is there any way i can fix the system settings? Else, i'll have to just uninstall them with fbi, as suggested.
     
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    To fix this issue, try to erase all your dsiware games using fbi. If it doesn't work, try to re-updating your console to 9.2 (maybe system settings is corrupted?)...
     
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    I'll try to delete them, but just to be clear, if i ever wanted to install them again, would installing a .cia of them on sysnand make them work both on sys/emunand again (considering i already have them installed on emunand)?
     
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    yes, but i think you will lose your saves
     
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    Ok, i will delete them and post the results here when i'm done.

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    Just one more question before i try to delete the games, the reason why i want to delete them is because i want to install another game, but every time i try i get the error in the image below, which i assume that it happens because i do not enough space on nand available to install it, which is strange, because fbi says that i have around 400mb of free space on nand. Can someone confirm to me that this error occurs because i don't have enough space?
    The error i'm talking about: http://imgur.com/9ODTkUN
     
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    The TWLN partition is out of space.
     
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    That'd be the where the DSiWare games are, right?
     
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    Yes.