Homebrew Launcher - Red Screen

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  1. aitheras
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    aitheras Newbie

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    Hello everyone,

    as most people here are doing these days, I'm following 3ds.guide to install arm9loaderhax to my New 3DS. Unfortunately, I am stuck at step #14, where I have to launch HBL and perform the DSP Dump.

    Whenever I try to launch HBL, it gets stuck with the bottom screen being red. Any suggestions on how to fix this?

    Thanks!

    Edit : To clarify, I am at Section VI, step 14
     
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  2. YourHero

    YourHero GBAtemp Maniac

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    if the HBL gets stuck on a screen of any color it's a failed boot. I can only say try again, as that usually fixes it for me.
     
  3. aitheras
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    aitheras Newbie

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    I've already tried more than twenty times in a row, with no succes. It always gets stuck at the red screen. Any other reason why this happens?
     
  4. slaphappygamer

    slaphappygamer GBAtemp Maniac

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    Are you able to run FBI or lumaupdater?
     
  5. Logan Pockrus

    Logan Pockrus Knawledge is key.

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    Make sure you have boot.3dsx on the root of your SD card.
     
  6. aitheras
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    aitheras Newbie

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    FBI and lumaupdater are properly running, I believe. But I indeed don't see a boot.3dsx in the root directory.
    Where do I get this from?
     
  7. SirHaxALot

    SirHaxALot Yum Cookies! :3

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    Get the starter pack and extract it to your SD.
     
  8. aitheras
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    aitheras Newbie

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    Okay, that worked and I am finally done with the installation!
    Thank you everyone for helping me out!