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    3790 at start is normal, Lifetime Updater and Mapupdater should work as usual-
    GUPDATE.GCD doesnt matter-
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    What CN do you have before you convert 3790 to 3490?
    If you go on mygarmin page if you dont have latest CN you will be prompted to download mapupdater and when you run it you can upgrade CN to the latest if you dont have last version installed.

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    Thank you for your reply. I have North America maps installed before the conversion. I still have the error upgrading to latest map but I am fine with the present maps of 2012.

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    Can you check what do you have in Settings/info ?
    Can you see as nuvi model 3790 or 37xx ? Do you have your device ID listed ?
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    some months before i transformed my 3790 to a 3490
    how do i firmware updates now? is it save to do it by the ones provided through live updater? so my device fully acts as a real 3490 now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linette View Post
    some months before i transformed my 3790 to a 3490
    how do i firmware updates now? is it save to do it by the ones provided through live updater? so my device fully acts as a real 3490 now?
    Yes,you can use normally Webupdater
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    Hi

    I wonder if you Super Tech Guys can help

    I have (had) a Nuvi 3760T which flash the firmware to 3790T and it work great.
    After a few months thought would go the all the way and take it up to the 34xx which worked great as well.
    It had no Voice commands o thought I would do the enable features tweak, You know what’s coming !
    Yep Big mistake now have a Brick, when you switch it on just a very faint glow off the screen nothing else.

    Question do I open the bin and drop it in or is there a way to recover it ?.
    I cannot get it in to pre boot mode or see the drive on the PC. It is total brick mode.
    Its had a good life and was thinking of an upgrade but maybe the choice has been made for me

    Tob

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    If you have a "very faint glow" on the screen you can get the preboot mode and flash it again with updater.exe.
    Try again.
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    What ldr.bin you used? (hwid?)
    I confirm that you still have preboot mode.
    Just try again with ldr.bin of 34xx.
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    Does it retain the better features of the 3790 ?

    Such as much more detailed maps, showing the upcoming street names etc ?

 

 
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