Weird hiccup while following the new a9lh guide...

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  1. raylgo
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    Everything was going fine until I hit this pat of the third step. I decided to not copy my old emunand over and start fresh.

    Section IV - Restoring the System
    If, before following this guide, you already had an EmuNAND or RedNAND setup and would like to move the contents of your previous EmuNAND or RedNAND to your new SysNAND CFW, now is the time to follow Move RedNAND.

    1. Open Hourglass9 from arm9loaderhax by holding Start on boot
    2. Go to "SysNAND Backup/Restore..."
    3. Select "SysNAND Restore"
    4. Confirm and restore from NANDmin.bin
    The only options I have to restore SysNAND are NAND.bin, NAND_sys.bin, and sysAND.bin. I don't see the NANDmin.bin... and I have been following the guide faithfully. Which file do I need to use?

    And I can actually see the NANDmin.bin in the files9 folderf of the SD card. It's not showing up though..
     
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    Crap I'm sleepier than I thought... I was clicking SysNAND backup instead of SysNAND restore. I'm so sorry. Please close.
     
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  4. SketchyPixel

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    Idk, a Black Hole maybe?
    Don't you just love when stuff like this happens? Don't sweat it, we all do stuff like this, A9LH install is confusing and tiring, no doubt this stuff happens.
    Heck, I even ended up corrupting my SD card database, then in a panic, formatted the wrong NAND! :rofl2: