1. Reecey

    Reecey Mario 64 (favorite game of all time)
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    What time does Michael @SciresM do his twitch stream has anyone got a direct link and time please I would like to be there this time around.
     
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    My Emunand works. Sysnand 9.1. Emunand 9.0.1. SXOS. I'm not sure about booting directly to CFW though, as I use emunand exclusively for Homebrew and such, and keep my sysnand clean for online.
     
  4. Something whatever

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    I knew this going to happen, its been awhile since they updated -_-
     
  5. godreborn

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    for some reason, when I updated, the system rebooted to high-pitched static followed by messed up sound effects on the home screen. resetting the system seems to have fixed it, but what could have happened?
     
  6. 98otiss

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    mom said it's my turn to update the switch
    im waiting for the incoming help threads
     
  7. hippy dave

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    Oh shit, for real? If so I hope CFW can fix this at some point.

    No, Nintendo won't fix it because it doesn't often cause problems for official software, only for homebrew. Ignore the people saying there's no problem, they've just been lucky so far.
     
  8. Shalashaska98

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    What are the odds!
     
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    I am scared to check my playtime. But lately Evoland refracted me, which is good I guess. Anyway PQ is addictive, like crazy. Whats your lvl?
     
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    Let the record show; I'm on the pooper in a cruise ship off the coast of Chile reading this.
     
  11. s0litary

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    What is the problem that some people are having?
     
  12. _DrBecks_

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    Data Corruption. But I don‘t know what’s the real cause. Some people blame Nintendo, other ones claim it’s not. I’m confused
     
  13. pokerusZ

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    Subscribing/watching to see how to fix this.

    Also wondering if we can roll back to 9.0.1 in the meantime
     
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    nooottthhhhh
     
  15. cots

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    Nintendo didn't follow spec when implementing the exFAT driver. Homebrew devs followed spec. The solution to fix the problem would be for the homebrew devs chose to fix the compatibility by implementing the spec Nintendo used or if Nintendo chooses to go back and use the actual spec. You can blame Nintendo for going offspec or blame the homebrew devs for not using the spec Nintendo used. Your choice.

    Per the emulation developers mindset the proper thing to do would be to implement compatibility with whatever Nintendo did and not blame the fact your stuff isn't compatible with Nintendo based on the fact you didn't use the spec Nintendo did.

    The "work around" in the meantime is if you're a CFW user to not use exFAT and use FAT32.
     
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  16. Hephaestus

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    Yeah, that answer had nothing to do with my question at all.
    I already found out that the new firmware comes with new crypto.
    So unless we get Custom Firmware support for 9.1.0 we cant run anything signed with the new keys.
     
  17. Diogo097

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    Do you guys think if I don’t update my ipatched switch this time I will be able maybe in the future to hack my switch?
     
  18. JeepX87

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    No idea, if you want to hack so go find hacked Switch on Ebay.
     
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    Maybe a hardware mod hack will came around or something, what do you guys think, besides the logical solution to risk and buy one in eBay?
     
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