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    After looking at the disassembly of 13xx's boot.bin I can say that start and stop do absolutely nothing.
    And it seems that factory just refreshes (reads and then writes) some blocks of the SD card. I don't know whether it refreshes all blocks or not.

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    Parsing "Refresh,Factory "
    Error: invalid command 'Refresh'
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    Last edited by bpb; 28th June 2012 at 16:20. Reason: oops ... only for 13xx

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    Can anyone tell me what function the command FFTL?

    This is the code for this function in my ramloader (boot.bin).

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    This command write filesystem image from file.
    fftl,0,1:\filsystem.bin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander2010 View Post
    This command write filesystem image from file.
    fftl,0,1:\filsystem.bin
    Hi Alex, you mean that this command is used to restore a system image file from the internal memory of the GPS "Flash 0"?
    Logs as "FTL OK 1 \ r \ n", "FTL OK 2 \ r \ n" and "FTL OK 3 \ r \ n", guess they are testing the process of restoring the files on the flash.

    And the comand LOG "FTL Format \ r \ n" indicates that formatting the drive 0.

    How I can create an image compatible, my internal drive 0?
    Any software iso compatible?

    My GPS is not Nuvi is a Etrex 20/30
    Thx Alexander.

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    I think that FTL does something more complicated than just writing some file to some region, as XRGN does exactly this. You can disassemble FTL handler and find what it does, and then tell us the truth. And I can help you find functions for reading/writing regions and flash chip blocks if you didn't find them already.

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    I've been thinking about this for a while.
    A lot of people have the problem of the Nuvi not fully booting due to a corrupt recently installed / updated map.
    Would these commands work to remove corrupt map and make the nuvi boot fully or at least get USB Connectivity.

    "here we could put commands to first copy the maps to the memory card"

    copy,0:/Garmin/gmapsupp.img,1:/Garmin/gmapsupp.img
    copy,0:/.System/gmapsupp.img,1:/gmapsupp.img
    copy,0:/.System/gmapprom.img,1:/gmapprom.img

    "then we delete selective files."

    del,0:/Garmin/gmapsupp.img
    del,0:/.system/gmapsupp.img
    del,0:/.system/gmapprom.img
    del,0:/Map/*.img
    del,0:/.system/GUPDATE.GCD
    reboot

    Please give me your views.
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    I see that 99% is corrupt GPX folder or voice folder.
    If map is corrupt then you delite it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    I see that 99% is corrupt GPX folder or voice folder.
    If map is corrupt then you delite it.
    Would it be possible to apply the same techinque to GPX and VOICE folder. ?
    It looks like the del command supports wilcards.
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    dasilvarsa
    If there are corrupted files on the flash drive, the firmware is likely to crash before loading ldr.bin, so you are likely to need this: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    Also why don't use GarminCure3 or QuickCure3 for deleting files? It's just easier, I think.
    Of course, there are situations when *Cure3 won't work (corrupted NV), but then deleting files won't help anyway.
    So I think that ldr.bin solution is better only as an all-in-one solution, which erases NV and formats the internal flash drive or deletes some files.

 

 
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