Help Nand Dump

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  1. Wesley.eng3
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    Hello, I need some help to Write nand.bin in my 3ds.
    I made the conections with my SdCard, its running well, but when I try to write my nand (Using the Win 32 disk image) ,I cant, this messenger apears : An error occurred when attempting to write data to handle.
    Someone can help me?
     
  2. Wesley.eng3
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    Its what happens... It says it onlyread.
     

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  3. hundshamer

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    Good quality pics of the soldering/wires/adapter would actually get you better help. We can't go on the assumption that your problems aren't related to the work done. Is the write protect tab still there? Your error could stem from multiple areas.
     
  4. Wesley.eng3
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    I made the right connections, I think!
     
  5. Wesley.eng3
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    is that right?
     

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    It is the correct order, but your soldering leaves something to be desired. Try using flux and clean up your soldering. I would also make sure that your wires are not too long as outside interfrearance a\can mess the signal up.
     
  7. milerwan

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    First, check if your PC "see" the USB device from "computer" window page.
    You must have a message like you need to format the device to access to it...

    If you don't have this message and a solid icon of the device from Windows that means :
    - your installation is defective
    - and/or the USB card reader you use is not compatible with the (NAND) eMMC of the console.

    NB: The console must be power on AFTER having plugged the cable to the USB card reader to get blue screen. When done, connect the console + cable + USB card reader to your PC.
     
  8. LameNobody

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    I know exactly what this is.

    You're missing the lock switch on your SD adapter.. So the reader thinks the card is locked..

    This can be fixed either by replacing the little lock switch (you can use glue or tape)
    Or, by bridging the two leftmost pins on the SD adapter

    Like i did to mine here:
    [​IMG]
     
  9. Youpi86

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    Which model is your 3ds?
     
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    I did ask that in the beginning.
     
  11. LameNobody

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    I noticed that after I had posted
     
  12. Wesley.eng3
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    Yes... I'm going to try to cut the cable, Im thing about impedance. My its running well

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    When I plug the Sd on my Pc , I see the messenger To format my sd, so its right... right?!!

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    Its 4.5

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    Is this Possible to clone some Nand.bin to put in olther 3ds??
     
  13. LameNobody

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    No. the nand.bin is tied to the 3ds.

    Pretty sure your issue is the write protect switch on the SD... As hundshamer and I suggested
     
  14. Wesley.eng3
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    I also thought that.
    But I also think that the wires are straight soldiers in sdcard.
    I'll try soldering without opening the Card.
    You have managed to make Nand Dump?
    sorry for my English :)
     
  15. LameNobody

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    If the card reader thinks write protect is enabled, it won't write.

    you need to replace that lock switch on the sd adapter


    In RED is the part that your adapter is missing.. In green is where it goes.... some people have used tape, some glue, some have modded the SD adapter like in my image above to ignore the write protect switch.
    [​IMG]


    Anyway, i had the same issue as you... i could make (read) nand dumps, but not write them.