Failed emuNAND updating

Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by rotebrotobias, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. rotebrotobias
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    rotebrotobias GBAtemp Maniac

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    I'm not sure if this is the right section, but i was updating my emuNAND and when i was at 50% my internet crashed. Now when i start my 3ds it's the 9.4 menu, but it say 4.1 on system menu. I'm not able to open launcher.dat so i can't restore my NAND. What should i do?
     
  2. Maximilious

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    Hope you have an emuNAND backup with emutool. If not then you're probably stuck.

    To fix the issue, you will need to re-format emuNAND. If you have a backup, you can backup your SD card to computer, reformat emuNAND, then restore your backup and SD card contents to your SD card again. But as I said, without an emuNAND backup your stuck and have to start completley over.
     
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    As the poster above said, sadly you'll have to re-format your emuNAND partition if you dont have a backup.
     
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    lemanuel Maxconsole's All-Knowing Lurker

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    I have the feeling he was talking about sysnand instead since he said he can't use the launcher and he can't "restore"
     
  5. Maximilious

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    I just re-read it and perhaps it is sysNAND he means. rotebrotobias - if that's the case you will need a hardmod to get back to your 4.3 firmware. There are a few posters on here that will mod for you if you pay shipping and a $10-20 fee for the mod. I don't know how internet cutting out on you could cause this issue though - The 3DS cache's all update information and installs in packs as it's downloaded and verified.
     
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    rotebrotobias GBAtemp Maniac

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    Yep it's sysNAND because it looks like that when i start my 3ds. The only place in my country where i think someone can fix my sysNAND, he take $80 and i don't have that much money.