problem with decrypt9

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  1. deadman8555
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    i've done several systems in the past and have never seen this. i just downgraded a 2ds to 9.2 and when i try to run decrypt9 it'll boot up and then say sd initializing failed. i formatted the sd card to fat32 and im using the latest version of decrypt9
     
  2. Posghetti

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    Do you have the aeskeydb.bin in the "files9" folder?
     
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    No. sorry had trouble logging into my account on my phone
     
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    That's probably your issue then, get the .bin and put it in the "files9" folder and you should be golden.
     
  5. deadman8555
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    tried that when i woke up and that didn't fix it
     
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    MY ASS!
    Reload 9.2 firmware with plaictectsafesysupdater, then boot deycrpt9. you might have frankfirmware.
     
  7. deadman8555
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    part of me wonders if when i downgraded it was a partial.
    don't know if the SD format program i used messed up or what. but made a thread asking for a sd program i once found on here and that did the trick
     
  8. Tenshi_Okami

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    If he had one, he would not boot Decrypt9 at all don't you think?

    OP try using a older version of Decrypt9