Sleep Mode Semi-Brick?

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  1. gudenau
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    The other day I was playing Pokémon Omega Ruby, and I shut my n3DS XL for the night. To my surprise it had crashed while it was sleeping, so I did the logical thing and rebooted the console. To my dismay, it did not boot. Fourtuantly A9LH still works, so there has to be a way to fix it. I have tried to use reiNAND, AuReiNand, restoring the two backups I had and using a blank SD card. Is there any way I can fix this?
     
  2. Clector

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    Did EmuNand or RedNand works if you make one?
     
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    I do not think it would, but I can try that once I get a chance.
     
  4. GilgameshArcher

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    Cannot boot SysNAND?
     
  5. gudenau
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    I can not, hence the brick. :-(
     
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    Working on emuNAND setup now.
     
  7. gudenau
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    It started working, then I switched to the old card and everything is back! Just need to unwrap all the apps and sort them again!
     
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    Happened again. ._.
     
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    Fixed, somehow.
     
  10. Xenon Hacks

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    Your SD flex cable is probably loose .
     
  11. gudenau
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    Nope, the A9LH payload always works.
     
  12. Ricken

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    If it's a cart, try cleaning it
    I had a White 2 that crashes, and a little clean of the connectors fixed it
     
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    It's installed, and it's killing the entire system when it happens. No idea how or why. :-/
     
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    How would I check this by the way?
     
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