1. alexander1970

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    Thank you.:)

    Can you try the "Music/Sound" Application please to see if the SD Card works ?
    Maybe also try to go into System Settings - Data Management and try to "reach" the SD Card ?

    Thank you.:)
     
  2. iGAS

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    Thank you for responding. I was able to calculate CID:
    DSi Jap 1.4.5j Black
    - Console ID: 0820108006102108
     
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    Add a couple DSi CID:
    DSi Jap 1.4.4J Pink
    Console ID: 0820309023094107
    DSi LL Jap 1.4.5J Grey
    Console ID: 0820131417102128
    DSi Jap 1.4.5J Black
    Console ID 08a1822218091126
     
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  4. Mighty Max

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    I'm a bit late to the party, but I have an DSi image (EU, Pink) 2nd hand, that is stuck with "An Error Occured" I dumped the flash via hard-mod. I can't seem to find the IDs with bfCL.

    Maybe someone can help out?

    Offset 0000:
    B8 99 10 84 3C AB 7A D2 BA FD 7A 3E 8F 7D B3 56

    Offset 01f0:
    A9 4A 37 83 5A 81 10 EC A2 B0 7F 56 0F D3 A6 F2 05

    Therefor I tried
    bfCL.exe console_id_bcd 08???00000000100 001f 4A37835A8110ECA2B07F560FD3A6F205 000000000000000000000000000055aa 0000 B89910843CAB7AD2BAFD7A3E8F7DB356 00000000000000000000000000000000

    With all the prefixes in the first Thread-Post but couldn't find it. Did I do anything wrong?
    Can someone find the IDs?
     
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    In line 01f0 you have 34 characters, so there are 32.
    your console id 0820473612100103
     
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  6. Mighty Max

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    Thank you.
    I had forgotten about this thread. It showed that the error I was seeing was not from a corrupt nand but a water damage. After fixing that I was able to use dumpTool.

    A thousand thanks for your effort.
     
  7. squeakycleanswine

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    I know this thread is old, but I thought it was worth noting that I have a CID that seems to have a different final 12 bytes than the two templates for the different chips.
    DSi U (Black) Console ID: 0820213814097105
    DSi U (Black) CID: ACBECA05F030363532434D4D4E01FE00
    I have never seen anyone else with a different final 12 bytes than the two templates but my nand decrypts fine with the two keys. I also have a bricked dsi xl (midnight blue) I have just recently bruteforced the console id for, and hopefully I can bruteforce the cid as well.
    DSi XL U (Midnight Blue) Console ID: 0820474323122117
    DSi XL U (Midnight Blue) CID: Unknown
    I will update this post as soon as I find the CID and verify it works by decrypting my nand backup. A user by the name of urmum_69 has also graciously provided some more keys along with the type of consoles they're associated with.
    DSi XL E (Burgundy) Console ID: 0820190119105117
    DSi XL E (Burgundy) CID: 3DE92D1F83034D303046504100001500
    DSi XL E (Red Mario Bros 25th Anniversary) Console ID: 0820211901122128
    DSi XL E (Red Mario Bros 25th Anniversary) CID: 6D3FBD0435034D303046504100001500
    That's all I have, but I'd love to know why that first CID is different than the templates.
     
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