Hacking Lost my Prodinfo and actual backup nand but still have a older backup

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Hello everyone.



To make it short i'm a unlucky idiot, i saving my prodinfo and backup to my actual pc hdd and to a another hdd.

After a long and loyal service my hdd pc died and in the moment i totally forgot about my backup nand and prodinfo, recently i moved to a another place and i wanted to take out the switch to put her in date with the latest update ect... but impossible to find the other hdd after my moving house but i found i older clean bakcup nand 8.1.0 and the actual version of my switch is 1.0.0.4.



So a make a post to know my options or if i'm fucked, is it worth to burn fuse and downgrade with the old clean backup ? and if nintendo can know if the console have burn some fuse ?



Thanks for everyone who will take the time to helping me.
 

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Hello everyone.



To make it short i'm a unlucky idiot, i saving my prodinfo and backup to my actual pc hdd and to a another hdd.

After a long and loyal service my hdd pc died and in the moment i totally forgot about my backup nand and prodinfo, recently i moved to a another place and i wanted to take out the switch to put her in date with the latest update ect... but impossible to find the other hdd after my moving house but i found i older clean bakcup nand 8.1.0 and the actual version of my switch is 1.0.0.4.



So a make a post to know my options or if i'm fucked, is it worth to burn fuse and downgrade with the old clean backup ? and if nintendo can know if the console have burn some fuse ?



Thanks for everyone who will take the time to helping me.
Your only option is to restore the older backup. How you update is up to you. You can stay offline and use a homebrew application but that can get you banned once you go back online. You can try updating online but if you updated online previously, it might pose a red flag to Nintendo. I wouldn't say your out of options but there are risks involved no matter which option you pick.
 
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