SysNAND Restore (keep a9lh) Failed! Help!!!

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  1. Darkhowl
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    My brother wanted me to install a9lh and luma on his old red 3ds, now i'm stuck at the SysNAND Restore step and it says "No usable file found", even though I have Nandmin.bin in my sd card. I'm wondering how to fix this and the 3ds has tons of vc games that he bought on it, here's an image of my problem, http://imgur.com/SOL4bdI . Please help!!!!!
     


  2. SahierKHLover

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    first chill second do you have a back of that nand on your computer?
     
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    Yes I do
     
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    did you use that or did you use the on already on the sd card?
     
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    I pressed SysNAND Backup and backed up 11.2 and then downgraded it to 9.2 and did the steps after that, than I pressed SysNAND Restore (keep a9lh) now it's giving me the error.
     
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    man I am sorry if I am unhelpful but I seriously don't know what to say I mean you can try decrypt9 instead and see if that works
     
  7. Darkhowl
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    Yeah I've already tried that, idk why it's not working on here but it works on my New 3DS XL. Thanks for trying to help though, I'll see if someone else knows what's causing the problem.
     
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    THE nand backup should be in files9
     
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    ... my god I should have thought about that
     
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    I'm sure the guide says this :P common sense
     
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    It is but it's still telling me that there's no usable file. Some guy said that my nand backup might be corrupted.
     
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    Is the file it's self not corrupt? Do you have any other nand backups to test?
     
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    I you are not able to solve the issue, you can always try this
     
  14. Aletron9000

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    the file needs to be in a .bin format. make sure to remove any Decrypt9 folder on the root of your sd card and create a files9 folder. place the nand.bin file and the .sha in the files9 folder.
     
  15. Darkhowl
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    I have a nand backup from my new nintendo 3ds on my computer

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    http://imgur.com/a/CjJa4 Here's an image of the files in files9
     
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    Maybe the NAND backup is corrupted, try checking the hash sums and MD5
     
  17. Darkhowl
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    I don't know what hash sums and MD5 is lol, I don't really know much about hacking.
     
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    Try making a fresh backup and use that
     
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    Wouldn't that backup 9.2 though? Or am I just stupid
     
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    Well if you're on 9.2 then yeah