Question GoldLeaf Errors :0x236e02

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by Yakhstein, Jun 27, 2019.

  1. Yakhstein
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    Yakhstein Member

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    I have two NSP's which both give me error:0x236e02

    Module: FS (2)

    Description: invalid PFS0 (NSP) (4535)


    on PegaScape fw 4.1
     
  2. Esdeath

    Esdeath Member

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    Had the same problem with FW 5.1 and updating helped me.
     
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  3. trueicecold

    trueicecold Advanced Member

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    Sorry for the bump, but updating what? we can't upload the FW to more than 4.1, using caffeine...
     
  4. Esdeath

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    Updating to 7.0.1, since I do not use caffeine I do not know what you could do if you rely on it.
     
  5. hoho

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    I am having this same issue. Also an ipatched switch with 4.1.0 and using caffeine + kosmos. Gold leaf cannot install more recent nsp files.

    Would using tin foil solve the problem? I am quite new at this and seeing as I have an ipatched switch, I do not want to mess with it too much.
     
  6. Lacius

    Lacius GBAtemp Legend

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    1. In order to be able to install newer NSP files, you are going to need to use an emuNAND that's on 8.1.0. Only older NSP files will work with 4.1.0.
    2. I personally recommend using the DZ version of Tinfoil.
     
  7. hoho

    hoho Member

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    Awesome, thanks for this, Lacius. Is it safe to simply follow some youtube guide on how to setup emuNAND on 8.1.0 or are there any precautions I should be aware of?
     
  8. Lacius

    Lacius GBAtemp Legend

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    You should not use a YouTube guide, since they are often outdated and/or incorrect. Use one of the tutorials here on GBATemp.

    The main precaution is to always make sure you're using your emuNAND and not your sysNAND.
     
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