Hacking Trouble booting up sysNAND

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Hey guys,

I recently implemented emuMMC on my exploited Nintendo switch so I could play online on my sysNAND. I went through all the process of setting emuMMC up and as the final step I was restoring my NAND backup from before I used any cfw. After successfully restoring my NAND backup, nothing happens when I try to power on my switch, nothing happens. I can still boot up RCM with my jig (as I turned autoRCM off) and access the cfw.

My NAND backup was on 6.1 if I recall correctly and through Choi I updated it to 8.1 in order to run some games. My hunch is that it may have something to do with the fuses.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
 

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Hey guys,

I recently implemented emuMMC on my exploited Nintendo switch so I could play online on my sysNAND. I went through all the process of setting emuMMC up and as the final step I was restoring my NAND backup from before I used any cfw. After successfully restoring my NAND backup, nothing happens when I try to power on my switch, nothing happens. I can still boot up RCM with my jig (as I turned autoRCM off) and access the cfw.

My NAND backup was on 6.1 if I recall correctly and through Choi I updated it to 8.1 in order to run some games. My hunch is that it may have something to do with the fuses.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
Check your fuse count with Hekate.
 

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