Need help with this mess.

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  1. Jacklack3
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    Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here

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    In your basement Dick Size: 5 meters.
    So i thought i format emunand but when i went into systen settings then went out i guess it went on sysnand.

    Anyways so i thought i can just dump emunand to sysnand then format emunand correctly.

    BUT!

    The problem is that the gridlauncher is not showing all homebrew,

    and the default laucnher is getting the SDMH files i mixed up.

    and another thing...

    Emunand9 just goes back to my boot manager regardless of what launcher i use.

    The .3dsx file is there all nice but homebrews being a fucking mess.

    And i need emunand9 to do what i need to do.

    So...

    Can someone help me with this god awful mess?

    I cant reinstall themehax because my SD cards full.

    If i cant do anything is there a way to delete my emunand?
     
  2. Jacklack3
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    Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here

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    In your basement Dick Size: 5 meters.
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  3. TheKawaiiDesu

    TheKawaiiDesu Ball of Kawaiiness

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    You probably launched EmuNAND9 on EmuNAND. You need to launch it from SysNAND, or else it won't work.
     
  4. Jacklack3
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    Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here

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    In your basement Dick Size: 5 meters.
    I am launching it from sysnand.

    I cant even launch rxtools because it just goes back to my boot manager.

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    Okay i managed to open emunand9, but theres no option to dump emunand to sysnand, can you tell me how i can dump emunand to sysnand?
     
  5. AnalogMan

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    You can't without a hard modification. What exactly do you want accomplished in the end result? Most people use their emuNAND the majority of the time and so they format their sysNAND, not their emuNAND. Why do you want your sysNAND restored?
     
  6. Jacklack3
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    Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here

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    Well ill have my sysnand, then ill just use my emunand.

    So i have a empty emunand instead of a empty sysnand.
     
  7. CrispyYoshi

    CrispyYoshi GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    It's definitely beneficial for people to do stuff in emunand: It's more convenient even if you had a hard mod, because flashing the NAND back is usually faster with the SD card write speeds.

    However, I should mention that both Decrypt9 and Gateway Launcher give you the option to flash a NAND.bin back into SysNAND.
     
  8. Dr Jitz

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    That is exactly what happens, the rookie trap that leads to people updating their sysnand.
     
  9. Jacklack3
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    Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here

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    Welp you can't blame a noobie can ya? :/
     
  10. James310

    James310 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Your need to format sysnand not emunand, and you need to use tiny format to prevent your nnid from getting the error on Eshop
    ,use emunand9 to clone sys to emu and vice versa
     
  11. AnalogMan

    AnalogMan sumoCheatMenu Dev

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    By golly you're right! I only ever used emuNAND9 to backup and restore NANDs. Good to know Decrypt9 has this feature too.
     
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