NAND link and unlink question

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  1. dradonhunter11
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    dradonhunter11 French o-MEGA modder

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    Hello everyone,

    I am helping a frined to setup an emuNAND (Downgraded 3ds) and she backup NAND.bin
    after she formatteed sysNAND (without having emuNAND created)

    my question is, now that emuNAND is created, is it possible possible to inject NAND.bin in emuNAND and make them unlinked or NAND will be linked?
    She didn't enterred in emuNAND yet

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  2. Aternel

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    Elle a formaté le sysnand après avoir créé l'emunand ou avant ? Est-ce qu'il y a 2 dossiers dans "Nintendo 3DS" sur la SD ? Il faudrait qu'elle boot sur l'emunand, créé un dossier par exemple, comme ça elle voit si ça se met sur le sys aussi.
     
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    dradonhunter11 French o-MEGA modder

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    bah je sais pas, faudrait la lancer, mais normalement elle a format avant de créer l'emuNAND, apres créer l'emuNAND et restauré la backup de la sysNAND avant le formatage dans l'emuNAND
     
  4. Aternel

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    Demande lui pour le dossier Nintendo 3DS, normalement les seuls trucs que t'as à faire c'est formater le sysnand une fois, après avoir créé l'emunand avec emunand9.
     
  5. Expliciate

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    Just use tinyformat in emuNAND to unlink them
     
  6. dradonhunter11
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    dradonhunter11 French o-MEGA modder

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    well it's the question, is it needed to format since it actually 2 different NAND but 1 NAND is the one formatted actual sysNAND) and the other is before format and no emuNAND created (actual emuNAND, but not enterred yet)