Homebrew Dsi NAND dump partitions

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HI! today it finally worked, i have dumped my dsi nand. So i decrypted the dump with my CID and some other keys and mounted it in OSFmount. I saw 3 partitions, the Photo partition, the partition with the folders import, progress, shared1 etc. (dunno what to call that one) and a third partition. i have no idea what it is. osfmount says it is a fat12 partition (edit: i looked at the wrong partition, osf mount says it doesn't have a partition. Not fat12) but windows doesnt recognise it. Windows says i need to reformat it. What is this partition? Can i find/copy files from/to it? And could it be useful to me?
 
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You’ll need to mount partition0 and uncheck the “read-only” box.

I already have partition 0 and 1 extracted. I was talking about partition 2, i cant open that one at all. Also, the partition i mentioned in the first post wasnt fat12, it just said n/a.
 
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