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Hey everyone, just want to create a fast post on a problem I just started having. I take decently long breaks after using my Switch, so I don't know what exactly happened. I picked it up out of it's dock yesterday and saw some games were corrupted somehow. I thought that a simple fw update would of fixed it, because of the Sans DLC for Smash requiring 9.0.0 or something. But, it wasn't just Smash that was corrupted. Is there a specific reason that this happened, and/or a way to recover the games without re-downloading and installing them? Thanks!



Games that were corrupted:
Smash
SMM2 (Mario Maker 2)
Youtube
Let's Go!: Pikachu


Specs:
Before updating: 8.1.0
After: 9.0.0
Used through RCM exploit
Kosmos rendition of Hekate Nyx
 

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Hey everyone, just want to create a fast post on a problem I just started having. I take decently long breaks after using my Switch, so I don't know what exactly happened. I picked it up out of it's dock yesterday and saw some games were corrupted somehow. I thought that a simple fw update would of fixed it, because of the Sans DLC for Smash requiring 9.0.0 or something. But, it wasn't just Smash that was corrupted. Is there a specific reason that this happened, and/or a way to recover the games without re-downloading and installing them? Thanks!



Games that were corrupted:
Smash
SMM2 (Mario Maker 2)
Youtube
Let's Go!: Pikachu


Specs:
Before updating: 8.1.0
After: 9.0.0
Used through RCM exploit
Kosmos rendition of Hekate Nyx
Make sure you're using the proper signature patches. The patches for Kosmos are different than the patches for vanilla Atmosphere with fusee-primary.
 

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What format is your SD card, and not there likely won't be a way to recover. If it's only a few games and not others, it's likely not patches but as stated above make sure your patches are up to date
 

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Make sure you're using the proper signature patches. The patches for Kosmos are different than the patches for vanilla Atmosphere with fusee-primary.
This is most likely the answer, I believe that a thread here on GBA has the correct patches?
 

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