Both of these probably mean the same thing but I don't know which one 'sounds' better.
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Neither sounds natural to me. Extremely is used before adjectives, not verbs.
To express the same sentiment, you could say any of these:
- However, I hated it very much. (and, less commonly, "However, I very much hated it.")
- However, I despised it.
- However, I detested it.
- However, I loathed it.