Help with SafeSysUpdater

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  1. Natethekidrs00
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    When im checking my files it says MD5: /updates/000400100021000.cia -> FAIL press A key to exit...
    how do I stop this error
     
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    You need to re download the downgrade pack for your system. This measure was implemented so no corrupt files get written to your console, thus potentially avoiding soft/hard bricks.
     
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    thanks i will try it
     
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    it did it again

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    I got the same error
     
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    Are you extracting the files directly? or copying them after extracting? are you copying them via ftp, or connecting the sd card to the computer? where did you downloaded the pack from? more info would be helpful to determine the cause
     
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    ok so im extrackting to my desktop and moving the updates folder to my sd card

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    i got the pack from Cha0s Em3rald
     
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    Are you sure you are using the correct package? (matching model and region)
     
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    yea
     
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    Check the md5 sum of your zipped package. It should be:

    O3DS 9.2.0-20U:
    MD5: 879f437d7c78f09ae565f79f5aa9c421

    N3DS 9.2.0-20U:
    MD5: e5f40c3b155cfd12ef38be35d2e81d2e
     
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    how the fuck do I do that
     
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    yep its correct md5
     
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    Perhaps something all too obvious, but where exactly are the unpacked .cia files on your card?
     
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    the folder where you put homebrew 3dsx
     
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    Okey OP just updated just as I wrote this.

    You need to put your "updates" folder in the root of the SDCard. The guides are quite clear with that.
     
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    \updates\ has to be in root
    Also, is the card fat32 formatted?
     
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    may I add that im on 2ds
     
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    what does that mean
     
  20. kedest

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    insert the card in your computer and rightclick it, view properties
    Then look for File System: It should say fat32