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    Check your device HWID in Garmindevice.xml in Garmin folder , if you cant access it use g7towin
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    Thanks catyMag, using G7toWin, i found ID 1109, software version 2.30.

    Can you tell me where can i get the firmware that ID?

    Got it, done flashing, thanks you very much

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    Help! Can someone please help me get./find the .rgn file for the Nuvi 1350. It's all I need now to use GarminCure to fix this gps, which I'd mistakenly formatted the internal memory. Please if you have the same gps or know where I can find the fiile, please help me. Please. It was here before but that link is old. Thanks a lot in advance.

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    What link is old?

    Here you have FW

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    Download and then run garmin cure and tool will create rgn for you, or use rgn tool to create rgn.
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    Hi nesta...
    you can create yourself the .rgn file,
    just download the right firmware originale
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    SImply drag'n'drop the file to Garmin Cure , flagging button "original" before pressing "Make firmware" .
    That's it !
    Then you can use that created xxxxxxxxx.rgn to apply the next step ....
    Have a nice day, umbe
    Last edited by quinol; 13th July 2013 at 07:07. Reason: SOmeone was faster than me... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    What link is old?

    Here you have FW

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    Download and then run garmin cure and tool will create rgn for you, or use rgn tool to create rgn.
    Thanks a lot. Thanks a million and thanks forever!

    Finally! I'm able to "cure" the gps.

    Now what? I don't know.

    I can see the GPS in window explore as a hard drive. Because it was formatted in OSX, it has these files in it: .fseventsd, .Spotlight-V100, which is 362 KB (371,548 bytes) and trashes. I have a map, how do I go about installing it? I;m this close, please help.

    Thanks a lot!

    Quote Originally Posted by quinol View Post
    Hi nesta...
    you can create yourself the .rgn file,
    just download the right firmware originale

    SImply drag'n'drop the file to Garmin Cure , flagging button "original" before pressing "Make firmware" .
    That's it !
    Then you can use that created xxxxxxxxx.rgn to apply the next step ....
    Have a nice day, umbe
    Thanks to all helping out in this post...please keep the luv coming, we're close to done now! Still booting to Garmin screen, but I think it's because there's no map. But waiting to hear what the next step should be. Thanks a lot guys, I've been at this for a while now, finally I'm hopeful!
    Last edited by Neil; 13th July 2013 at 08:26. Reason: Merged 2 consecutive posts.

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    The cure fw cannot boot. it's meant to enable you to see the internal files system in Windows Explorer. See Post #1 of the thread. You how need to correctly format it to FAT32 using RMPrepUSB [if you haven't already done so]. Then flash the full original fw so the unit can fully boot [1xxx can boot without internal files]. Then run WebUpdater to replace essential files, then add your maps back. You'll need a basemap and detail map/s, all are available in the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], or if you have Lifetime maps or paid recently for an new map you can dl it again from Garmin. I'll merge this thread to the Cure3 thread now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    The cure fw cannot boot. it's meant to enable you to see the internal files system in Windows Explorer. See Post #1 of the thread. You how need to correctly format it to FAT32 using RMPrepUSB [if you haven't already done so]. Then flash the full original fw so the unit can fully boot [1xxx can boot without internal files]. Then run WebUpdater to replace essential files, then add your maps back. You'll need a basemap and detail map/s, all are available in the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], or if you have Lifetime maps or paid recently for an new map you can dl it again from Garmin. I'll merge this thread to the Cure3 thread now.
    Thanks a lot for this direction, would you please say how I should go about flashing it, after I've formatted it, which I'm about to do now with RMPrepUSB.

    I'm trying to get firmware for 1350 from here:
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    but the site is down, can someone please send me a link to their copy. Also, what tool is used to flash. It's not updater, is it?
    Last edited by Neil; 13th July 2013 at 20:48. Reason: Merged 2 consecutive posts and coded link.

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    You should already have the file 3 posts with links above.
    Just use garmincure3 in original mode and flash it. (pre-boot mode and updater.exe is the only way to replace the cure with original firmware.)
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