Hacking Firmware 9.0 and emunand 8.1

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I am not able to boot in to emunand on 2 sd cards, one with 8.0.1 and one with 8.1.0 since updating sysnand to 9.0. I get error 2002-2634 "An error has occurred"

EDIT: Took out game cart, boots fine
 
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I am not able to boot in to emunand on 2 sd cards, one with 8.0.1 and one with 8.1.0 since updating sysnand to 9.0. I get error 2002-2634 "An error has occurred"

EDIT: Took out game cart, boots fine
Because updating your SysNAND updated the firmware of your cartridge reader and you can't use the cartridge slot on firmware < 9.0.0 anymore.
 

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