NTR problem loading debugger from menu

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  1. Majickhat55
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    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    SO... I've been using NTR CFW (Currently 3.4) for a while now on my N3DSXL since before it was discontinued. I haven't changed anything on my SD card or my DS in months. Anyway, now every time I try to run the debugger from the NTR menu I get this error :sev_control memory failed: e0a01bf5. Even though NTR successfully loads. I've tried installing the NTR CFW Loader and the Launcher but every single one does the same thing. I've also tried redownloading the NTR Preview 2 Starter kit, I reinstalled my Luma 3DS v 5.5, I'm on A9LH (updated sysnand) and I have Autoboot Sysnand, Sysnand is updated, force A9LH detection, and show current nand in system settings checked. I tried to google to error but literally not one result..

    I would really appreciate some help.
     
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    Sigh..... I don't know why it won't work
     
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    Did you try putting the firmware.bin in Luma3DS' "Installation and Upgrade" github page to the luma folder of the SD Card?
     
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    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    It's been there since I installed A9LH back in June. We needed it when the 11.0.0-33 update came out. Yeah, it's all there like it should. As I said NTR boots just fine, the debugger in the NTR menu is what fails.
     
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    Try using an older version, like 3.2.
     
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    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    I have. Sorry if my OP was confusing but I did use ALL the versions of NTR available from both the BootNTR Github as well as Astronaut's fork with the launcher/loader. NTR boots successfully. When I try to enable the debugger in the NTR menu I get the error message. I've not only tried all versions of NTR, but I also tried different versions of Luma, installed my backup of Arm9 from when it was working fine, re-did the config and I still have no idea.

    EDIT: NTR CFW is working just fine. My plugins load, I can use the save feature, screenshots etc. It will just NOT load the debugger from the menu for some reason.
     
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  8. Majickhat55
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    Majickhat55 The Red Woman

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    What? The issue isn't solved. I don't think you're understanding what the problem is....
    1. NTR CFW Boots normally.
    2. Pressing X+y and selecting "debugger" from the menu throws the error (I.E No debugger no NTR via PC)
    3. Everything BUT the debugger is working fine.
     
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    Try disabling "Show current NAND in System Settings".
     
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    That actually seemed to fix it, thanks. I turned it off loaded NTR ran the debugger, it was fine. I turned it back ON and ran NTR then the debugger and the error was gone.

    Also I initially got the error by using the Luma updater while using the Arm9 for Bootanim9 (I kind of forgot it switched payload locations LOL). Now it's all working again so no worries. Thanks guys.