Last night I was up late waiting for the Smash update to be uploaded as a CIA. When it FINALLY was, I transferred it via FTP and installed both the patch and the DLC via NASA. After, I started Smash up, but the update wasn't applied. "That's weird," I thought. I went back to the home menu and opened NASA again to uninstall them, but they weren't in the title list. I then went back to the home menu. After a few seconds of being on the home menu, both screens went black and I got "An error has occurred. Please power off etc." on the bottom screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. I figured the update CIAs must've been messed up or something, so I rebooted again and went into FBI before anything could happen. Then I went into the installed title list. The first few titles were labelled DLC. "Ah, how convenient!" I said. I went ahead and deleted the first two titles on the list. Then I went back into the home menu. EVERYTHING WAS GONE EXCEPT SYSTEM APPS, FBI (injected into H&S) AND DSIWARE. WELLFUCKMEWITHAWIIMOTE.png It slowly dawned on me that what I deleted was probably not the Smash update. Also the errors didn't stop. Since I'm still on 9.2, I could easily delete my emuNAND and make a new one, then reinstall all my lost games via the eShop or as CIAs. However, what I am really concerned about is my save data. My Pokémon Alpha Sapphire save file had 10 years worth of digital monsters in it and over 300 hours of playtime, and I'm pretty fond of the rest of my saves as well. Is there any way to get these back? I have: A backup of the SD card the day before I set up emuNAND A backup of my NAND the day before I set up emuNAND A backup of my SD card from a few days ago (without an emuNAND backup) My current SD card Is there anyway to salvage my save data?