Ironhax not working after 10.3 update

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  1. Robfozz
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    So when Smea said he updated the payloads, I went and downloaded the new starter an used the ironhax installer to update my save files with the 10.3 payload. They installed succesfully and so I updated the system. Now when I load my Ironhax save file it does the quick loading screen like normal, says "The homemenu ropbin is ready" and then it kicks me out of the game and the 3DS says "An error has occured. Please save your data"blahblahblah.

    whats wrong am i fucked
     
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    lol ye ur fucked
     
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    Fucking smea
     
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    Yeah, you going to want to pick up CN or OOT. (Bestbuy recently put up brand new copies for 40 bucks)
     
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    It must have been that you selected something wrong on model (new or old) or region.
     
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    I suggest you check the build date for the payload on the loading screen. It might not indicate whether that is the right payload for 10.3(I think something else on it helps with that? Not sure), but if it's as recent as his tweet, then the payload should be fine.

    I don't think you can do much if you got the wrong payload, by the way. :/
     
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    If you have a New 3DS, you can use smashbroshax to reinstall IronHax.
     
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    I selected New 10.3.0-28U
    I even installed it on 2 files so I did it a total of 2 times, I dont think I fucked up
     
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    I think he needs an entrypoint to install OoThax anyways, so just CN or Smash.

    Good point.
     
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    how2smashhaxpls
     
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    I made the same fuckup as you. I followed this tutorial and it worked to reinstall IronHax on 10.3.
     
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    I dont have Linux who the hell has Linux
     
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    The last time I installed Ironhax, my 3DS froze like 5 times in a row when I tried to boot the hax.

    Maybe you have the same problem, try again until it boots (if it does).
     
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    Now that's not my fault. I love Linux and it's my daily driver.

    Anyways, you can just download a lightweight distro like Lubuntu and run it from a USB stick. It's easy, free and doesn't modify your HDD.
     
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    A shitton of people have Linux. Just use an Ubuntu Live CD...
     
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    while probably not a "shitton" as said above, a lot of people do have Linux, and so far is the only supported method for smashhax. you can use a live USB/CD for something like Ubuntu.

    not to mention, yellows8 appears to be using Linux as well.
     
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    A hell of a lot of people on here use Linux myself included.
     
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    You messed up with updating the payload, because clearly this isn't a normal occurrence.
     
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    Well me (and lots of other people in this post) use Linux pretty much for everything... Especially with wine which can run Windows programs... So that odd time you need to use a windows program you just run the exe right in Linux and you're good to go... Installation time is really fast, especially when you're someone who does a lot of OS installation (me) it takes less than a third of the time to install when compared to Windows, then using a good package manager you can just type in a few things in terminal, leave, come back and most of the applications you'd like on your computer are installed and you're ready to go... While it's quite incorrect that Linux can't get viruses (which is a common thinking among some people), it is the case that it isn't very often targeted and it is very secure and has much more security and much faster security fixes when major or minor flaws are found in the system vs Windows... It also is much lighter weight, it takes less RAM, uses less CPU to maintain the desktop and other services running in the background and is usually faster in many areas like boot time and program loading times. It's also open source which is something many people value, the option to look over the code that is running on your computer is often important in terms of security... Anyways as said above if you don't want to install it, yet another advantage of it is that you can just run a live DVD or flash drive, boot it up, do your thing then take the DVD or flash drive out of your system and your computer will remain unmodified
     
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