I replaced the motherboard on my 2ds but it does not launch any software.

Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Stevedavid678, May 11, 2017.

  1. Stevedavid678
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    I replaced the motherboard on my 2ds but it does not launch any software, it does not go into recovery mode and the status bar is not visible. This is my second attempt at replacing the motherboard.
     
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  2. proflayton123

    proflayton123 Sakura思い

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  3. konsolenumbau.expert

    konsolenumbau.expert GBAtemp Fan

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    More Info needed...

    Why did you replace it? What has been done before to the replaced motherboard... All that we need to know

    Gesendet von meinem SM-N9005 mit Tapatalk
     
  4. vb_encryption_vb

    vb_encryption_vb That hardmod guy....

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    Sounds like you're buying broken motherboards than.
     
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  5. Stevedavid678
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    I am replacing the mother board because I used dgtool with arm9loaderhax which bricked it. The motherboard was guaranteed to work but it does what I said. That is all i know.:wink:
     
  6. vb_encryption_vb

    vb_encryption_vb That hardmod guy....

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    I assume you didn't have a NAND backup as well for the old motherboard?
     
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  7. Stevedavid678
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    I did have a backup of the original motherboard but it is missing or deleted.
     
  8. eechigoo

    eechigoo Gbatemp amphibian

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    tu puta madre ;v
    ya probably got scammed.

    Or maybe its just defective?

    Depending on where you bought it,of course.

    If its somewhere like an outlet or a mall made out of pure local businesses, i wouldn't be buying there in the first place. Sure, there's a lot of nice people and its generally cheaper, but there's no way to know if you're being scammed until its too late.
     
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