Fatal Error NWM system-module

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  1. RetroBitMig
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    Okay, new problem, backup of 3ds is up on the 3ds, but as quite essentially the title suggests, this poor baby is getting a fatal error and it has to do with the NWM system-module. Title ID is 0004013000002D02, and it has to do with wifi. Cable is fine, not sure where the wi-fi chip is but I would assume that's fine too. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
     
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    vb_encryption_vb That hardmod guy....

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    Replace the wifi module
     
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    Where exactly do I find that in the n3ds?

    Update: found out where the wifi module is, thanks for that heads up!
     
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    Okay, new problem that somehow rose up? I got the replacement wifi module already, replaced it, beautiful. However, upon turning on the system now, that top status bar, where the time and Internet and whatever else is at, is gone. Also can't open anything, because that's gone. Any idea? Thanks in advance!
     
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    Restore a NAND backup or try with a 9.2 ctrtransfer
     
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    Tried to restore a NAND backup, one that I had previously confirmed to be proper and have used before, but the problem remains.
     
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    then try with a 9.2 CTR transfer
     
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    That sounds like the issue that normally occurs with a broken wifi adapter. Maybe the replacement is faulty too?
    Edit: Or maybe it's not inserted correctly.
     
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    turn off your wifi and see if it loads up, could be another faulty wifi (try reseating it), or the issue mat be with the motherboard