I accidentally formated my O3DS sysNAND, but i have SD backup

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Edit: I solved myself.

Fortunately before formatting the SD card and EmuNAND is not factory reseted,so I followed the "Move EmuNAND" tutorial on 3ds.hacks.guide and moved all EmuNAND contents to factory reseted SysNAND.
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Here is details:
I want to install newer fw using cart but i want to stay my older firmware on sysNAND so i created emuNAND using GM9.

then I want to clean up my emuNAND for unlink sysNAND, then open Settings on emuNAND.

but in Settings, where it says Sys next to the version, it was marked SysE.

I searched up about SysE, but I can't get info about sysE.

so I think "its emunand or not??? idk anyway format it".

then I formatted, now completed first setup.

I want to see what happend to sys, so I booted in sysNAND, then it shows same thing then emunand.

now Is it possible to configure the data from the SD card backup for the current formatted sysNAND?
The Nintendo 3DS folder on my current 3DS SD has
2535aec7... (sys)
d2b395ea... (emu)
Private
is in the system.
NAND backup is only available before downgrading from the latest version.

also here is console detail:
O3DS Black JPN (6.2.0-11J, update from pokemon x cart) Luma3DS&GM9
32GB microSD
 
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now Is it possible to configure the data from the SD card backup for the current formatted sysNAND?
You can't use the old Nintendo 3ds folder once you format the system, sysnand or otherwise.
The Nintendo 3DS folder on my current 3DS SD has
2535aec7... (sys)
d2b395ea... (emu)
They should be separate like you have here, unless the old 32id folder (for both sys & emunand) is one of them? Look at properties to know for sure, they should be around 50mb or less for each folder.
 

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