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    Hi Catymag, i try GarminCure3 from first time, procedure from first post, make cure "This is a GCD file. Patchable HWIDs: 1101 *Processing HWID 1101 Processing OK " After software loading i got this message error.
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    after device reboot, message is GIR Checksums: 0xe79e5f0. i also try few versions of firmwares.

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    Are you sure this device HWID is 1101?
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    If you use Windows 10 then go to Pc with Win 7 or XP, becouse win 10 sometime have problem with updater.exe and give error like you have.
    I have the same problem and i can repair device only on Pc with XP and try with different version of prepusb to format device, but i forget what version of prepusb format device.
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    How to be sure which ver is this device Garmin Nuvi 3790, serial 245xxxxx9. My notebook is windows 8.1 maybe good idea will be try load on windows XP?

    serial removed, not necessary

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    I think "GIR Version Mismatch" comes from a wrong flashed boot.bin, what did brick this nuvi ?
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    Open garmindevice.xml and you will see what hwid you have if is 1101

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    RMPrepUSB V2.1.656 has always worked fine in Win8/8.1 64bit for me.

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    Hello, GarminDevice.xml is not corupter, HWID is 1101. i will try today HDD low level format. Thanks

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    if you do successfully format it with 'Low Level Format Tool', then redo the format with RMPrepUSB before loading original firmware.
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    Hard Disk Low Level Format Tool he could not help. I also try 10-15 diferent sofrware for formating fat 32 and for fixing fat 32 table, no result

 

 
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