Cant dump the NAND flash, and the patching was too fast

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    Hey everybody,

    Im stuck and I cannot seem to find any answers online to this.

    I have a PS3 CECHE, it had never been jailbroken before. I was in firmware 4.XX (can't remember exactly which one)

    After I updated to 4.84 HFW I flashed my NAND and the following message appeared: "NAND Flash memory patch operation completed..!" - but it was weird, because it happened incredibly fast. The flash procedure lasted about 5 seconds before it ended in a success.

    I wanted to make a flash memory dump to check that the flash was indeed successful before installing a CFW, but every single time I run "Initialize exploitation" I get the same "Exploit Initialization FAILED!" after reaching 90%.

    By now I really don't know what to do. I cannot check if the flash was indeed successful because I cannot seem to be able to dump the memory, and I am afraid to run the flash process again.

    Any ideas would be appriciated!

    Thank you
     
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    Clear your cache and cookies then try again. Also make sure you only have the one window open. The exploit can fail due to memory constraints.
     
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    It worked like a charm <3
    I also formatted the pendrive again just to be sure.
    Thank you so much!
     

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