1. beetMeet

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    When I try to fly to ambrette town in pokemon X it crashes and gives the following error.
    it is the cartridge version and has no mods/patches. I am running the latest version of luma
    pokemomnerror.jpg
     
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    Where did you buy the copy? Where were you keeping it?
    While it could be a luma error, I just want to rule out the possibility of it being the cartridge's fault.
     
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    Both console and game bought in USA and I bought the game day-of-release
     
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    do you have disable arm11 exception handlers in luma config? That fixes a lot of crashes
     
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    Disabling that seems dangerous
     
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    no it's not, it just fixes most armm11 crashes that are small, it still shows the screen if something big happens.
     
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    I have never had any crazy bricks or really any crashes while using this. It may hide the bug but most "bugs" aren't brick worthy. You should at least have a nand backup on the sdcard if not on another location to fix that as well. I've had this feature checked since firmware 9.2. It's not that big of a deal as you say" soft bricking you console". I'm not discrediting you by any means but you know, if it ain't broke don't fix it.
     
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    Over the years, I've witnessed several people manage to somehow corrupt their SD card's title.db / import.db (database for HOME Menu or all the installed titles in the Nintendo 3DS folder) and softbricked their 3DS firmware with that (x) Disable Arm11 exception handlers.

    Unless a specific game mod/patch/cheat/misc. edit requires that handler to be disabled in order for it to function correctly, I strongly advise the average 3DS homebrewer leaves that option alone.
     
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    were they installing random stuff and deleting random title ID's? That's really the only way to do something like that. For the average user doesn't do that.
     
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