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    Quote Originally Posted by atreio View Post
    Hi im doing this sentence "rrgn,140,1:/reg_140.bin reboot" but i dont see any new archive named reg_140.bin after it power off it self .
    Or do i have to write something like "rrgn,140,1:/dump140.bin or rrgn,140,1:/reg_140_buckup.bin".
    Sorry,Its always dificult to me.
    If your script is as you posted - one line, then it will not work.
    But it seems to work because Nuvi rebooted.
    Then your file is on SD card.
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    1:/dump140.bin for SD card
    0:/dump140.bin for internal memory

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    @atreio
    to backup region 140
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    and replace command with:

    rrgn,140,1:/140_backup.bin
    reboot
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    @atreio
    to backup region 140
    follow [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    and replace command with:

    rrgn,140,1:/140_backup.bin
    reboot
    If the procedure has been done before it is also necessary to delete last_id.bin and update.log before running again. (I'm not sure if the spelling of the filenames is correct!!!)
    If these files are found then the process will not run again.

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    sure ,point one of instructions is : Create a "Garmin" folder in an empty sd.
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    ok im bucking up with "rrgn,140,1:/140_backup.bin
    reboot" and i se a green line and 2 cm down a big white symbol like a batery , how many time aprox do i have to wait because its 5 minutes or more ! " tnx

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    symbol with battery is normal, it's loading files in the sd
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    Its has been 1 hour and did not finish ,maybe is because i have 2gb and its need more , i dont think so. or incompatible memory ?
    I power off ,and its power on ok , i will try again.

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    @atreio
    Because you wrote the wrong command. I guess.
    It's not up to 2GB of memory.
    You can make a mistake with dumping but not for writing.
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    I did it step by step i dont know what im doing wrong; In a clean SD " i saved boot.bin from nuvi34xx_GCDFile__710.gcd and renamed as ldr.bin and put it in /Garmin/Updater/1378 with update.txt with ''rrgn,140,1:/140_backup.bin
    reboot'' inside.
    Its easy but it doesnt work for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atreio View Post
    I did it step by step i dont know what im doing wrong; In a clean SD " i saved boot.bin from nuvi34xx_GCDFile__710.gcd and renamed as ldr.bin and put it in /Garmin/Updater/1378 with update.txt with ''rrgn,140,1:/140_backup.bin
    reboot'' inside.
    Its easy but it doesnt work for me.
    As far as I remember right folder for ldr.bin is /Garmin/Updater/1376
    It's because 34xx HWID is 1376 not 1378.

 

 
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