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Bryan Vázquez

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Majora's Mask will not run on Gateway. I have 4.2.0 sysnand and 9.5 emunand. Every time I click on it (this includes both .3ds and .cia) it just stays in a black screen completely frozen to the point where only a hard reset can fix it. I have downloaded many versions of it, yet all fail. Any reasons?

PS: I don't see the regular skullkid circle animation on the bottom right corner as if it were charging. It goes directly from the Nintendo 3DS logo, to black screen.

Update 1: Fixed it, it worked. Had to unlink NANDs.
Update 2: Ran once, but tried it again, and had the same problem.
Update 3: Formatted emunand once again, but from 4.2, (last emunand was made from 9.2) and everything is working perfectly.
 

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One solution posted earlier was to upgrade your sysnand, create an emunand from that upgraded sysnand and play MM on that. Then you can downgrade again if you like. I don't know what the cause is or why that is supposed to work where normal emunand doesn't.
 

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