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    Hello all. First-timer here. From the Netherlands.
    3 questions:
    1/ Should the SW also be changed? HWID OK, but SW?
    I have downloaded a 300 gcd file for the Zumo 220. The version in the RGN program says 250.
    2/ The downloaded 510 file says ''regional file only''.
    What does that mean, and do I have the right one?
    3/ How do I make a backup of my 510?

    I have contacted the guy in Belgium that claims webupdater says his 510 is a 220. If I get a response I will inform you.
    Almost ready to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J2V2C2D View Post
    That is the problem. I can get into pre_boot (touching the screen left top and pressing the power button) then the screen gets white and there are 2 lines, a dot and instructions to press the dot. After that the device goes to Loader Loading again....
    I have the same problem! Does somebody know how I get this thing in USB mode again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfireblade View Post
    I have the same problem! Does somebody know how I get this thing in USB mode again...
    follow instructions in these threads
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    Thanks for your answer, I searched the whole forum before posting this question and tried several ways to enter the pre boot mode. The only way that there's something happning is by holding the upperleftcorner and after a while I come in the calibration screen "press the white dot" and after a few seconds it's going to boot further and comes into my "problem screen" loader loading...

    Ok, I managed to do an update, I read somewhere else on the forum that you have to start the updater before the calibration screen pops up...

    Update 2: managed to install the firmware with the great cure tool and now it hangs only with the Garmin logo connected to the usb (it recognize the usb disk, yay!). I don't see the picture with the computer and when I disconnect it from the USB the Garmin turns off... what can it be?

    Update 3: It works!! I installed the "normal" zumo220 update firmware after the cure and now everything is fine. Thanks to all the information on this forum!
    Last edited by dfireblade; 31st July 2012 at 18:12.

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    I have exactly the same problem, were you able to solve this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdFrancois View Post
    I have exactly the same problem, were you able to solve this ?
    Read the thread
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    I have exactly the same problem.

    Have you been able to recover the Nuvi?

    Regards.

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    If you read post #24 you will see this:

    Update 3: It works!! I installed the "normal" zumo220 update firmware after the cure and now everything is fine. Thanks to all the information on this forum!

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    Hello,
    dfireblade thanks for the explanation, it helped 1 one big step ahead.
    Can now connect back my Nuvi to the pc.
    When disconnect it turns off.
    Can you tell me what file exactly you uploaded and how.
    Many thanks

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    Mefranky
    I assume you've successfully flashed CURE firmware made by GarminCure3 and now you can access the internal flash drive. Am I right?
    If so then now you should remove ?:/Garmin/GUPDATE.GCD. It is this file which causes infinite reboots.
    Then flash ORIGINAL firmware made by GarminCure3 and your device should be ok.

 

 
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