My EmuNAND will not boot, most likely this was caused by the SD card losing connection (it went to "The SD Card has been removed"). The SD card has lost connection before, but this time it must have caused corruption of some sort. I have replaced the failing MicroSD adapter that was causing the disconnects, MenuHax loads properly, the homebrew menu works, and RxTools initially loads just fine. However, when I actually try to boot into RxMode on EmuNAND, I get a black screen on both displays. The wireless light blinks and the 3D light is on, but there's no sound and the home menu never loads. I tried waiting 5 minutes to no avail. I have an EmuNAND backup on 10.5 from just before I updated to 10.6 (my EmuNAND is currently on 10.7), however I cannot restore this backup with EmuNANDTool, as it throws the error "Cannot find EmuNAND SD card". I know it's not the card reader (I'm using the one on my laptop), as I used my laptop with the same card reader to make the backup. I also tried to make another backup (I renamed the existing one first) and it gave the same error, "Cannot find EmuNAND SD card". Reformatting EmuNAND entirely and then injecting my backup is an option, although unfavourable, because I am away from my desktop for the next 4 days, and have no space to backup the contents of my SD card (57GB) without deleting files on my laptop or flash drive. As well, I may not have access to Wi-Fi to load the Gateway menu. I have 19GB free on my SSD, 8.2GB free on my HDD, and 30GB on my flash drive if I delete large non-critical files, which is just barely enough space for a backup, albeit across 3 disks. I preferably want to have my EmuNAND working by 4:00 PM EDT, as I want to use it on the bus ride to my 4 day outing.