Rosalina menu says debugger failed (0xfffffff)

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I tried streaming my 3ds to pc but when I was following the tutorial I got to a problem with starting the debugger, every time I try, it always gives me failed (0xffffffff) and I cant find out what it means
 

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Sorry for necroing this thread, but I haven't found any solution for the same problem and this is the only relevant result from Google. Mind sharing it here (or anyone else might point out something to me)?
just turn on internet
 

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Sorry for necroing this thread, but I haven't found any solution for the same problem and this is the only relevant result from Google. Mind sharing it here (or anyone else might point out something to me)?
just turn on internet
 
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