Unable to Fxz back 902 from 2233.

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  1. sr.torres22
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    Earlier today i tried fxz back to 902 and i got Rsd lite to recognize my phone, decompress files and start the flash process. However, during the first step of the 22. I keep getting flash failure on Rsd and on fastboot menu on phone. I went ahead amd downloaded the new Moto drivers. Restarted the computer and tried again to fxz...still no luck. Same issue. Can anybody help? I'am able to use my phone if i go through the stock boot menu and won't start like a normal power up keeps going back to fastboot menu saying flash failure...any help is appreciated
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    you might wanna try a new fxz file.. the one you have might be corrupt... and when in fast boot look up top and see if it reads AP Fastboot Flash Mode(S)
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    This is the same 902 file i used awhile back to flash the ics
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    The most common reasons for FXZ flashing not working (after corrupt files) are either plugging your USB cable into a hub, or using a usb cable that isn't up to par. The best setup is to plug a Motorola branded USB cable into a USB port that is directly connected to the motherboard. Sometimes a weak link in the USB chain causes just enough data to be lost to give errors like yours.
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    are you running rsd under administrator?
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