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    Look at picture that caty post

    In first line where is writen GUPDATE.GCD click on button with dot and show on file of nuvi 13xx that you download from link that i post.

    Than click on make firmware

    When you do this than click on button updater.exe and folow tutorila how to flash in preboot

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    have you dragged the file into updater before connecting nuvi usb ? If you read instructions everything should be easier
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    ok, i seem to be getting somewhere now

    I've now managed to get the file onto the GarminCure tool and it has now processed the firmware.

    It is showing a file in the "Output file" box ( a .rgn file)

    What do I do now?

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    Ok, don't worry I think I've managed it>

    I pressed Updater and pre booted the Nuvi. The PC has recognised and it is now currently loading new Software... Yay!!

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    Hi Lolypop, Catymag,

    The software update has now finished (successfully) and the PC now sees my Garmin connected via USB.

    The Garmin is still connected and the screen simply shows the Garmin name.

    So do I now disconnect and switch on as normal? And should the device now be back to it former self??

    Cheers

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    Aghh! What am I doing wrong??

    Since following the instructions above for the GarminCure3 tool, I managed to update mu Nuvi 1310 with the latest software from Lolypop's link. It loaded successfully using the updater tool and then the screen on the Nuvi displayed Garmin.

    Since then I disconnected, turned the unit off then back on. The device starts up but only shows the initial screen ( the one with the cat picture) Nothing else!!! It just stays there.

    I did then connect to Garmin web updater which stated I need a newer version. Succesfully did that then it told me to disconnect and restart device.

    Nothing ! Same as above it just stays on the cat screen

    Have I updated with the wrong firmware or something?

    Please help??

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    What did you do just before the nuvi stopped working ?
    Did you load a Map ?
    Did you load some POI.
    Describe here what happened just before the nuvi crashed please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Download FW for your nuvi from here:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Then run garmun cure tool and create file for repair - Completed

    click on updater.exe on cure tool window - Completed

    put your finger in top left corner on your nuvi screen and hold finger on this place - Completed

    with other hand connect nuci to PC - Completed

    Now in updater.exe window you see nuvi 1310 and your ID - Completed

    Click on USB beside 1310 and ID and click OK - Completed

    And updater.exe start working. - Completed

    When procedure end your nuvi will conect to PC like before error. - Completed

    Now format your nuvi to FAT32 - Now how is this done???

    When your done create original FW with cure tool and flash again in preboot mode.

    if you need backup file for 13xx i can send it to you.


    Hi Lolypop, I've managed to follow your instructions to the bit about formatting to FAT32.

    This is where I'm stuck as I have no knowledge of how to do this.

    Any chance you could assist again please?

    Sorry to be a pain.

    Tony

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    Hi Dasilvarsa,

    The unit wasn't being used for a when we tried to switch it on it simply froze on the initial screen which says "loading maps"

    Cheers
    Tony

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    Now that You've loaded the cure can you see the files and folders inside the nuvi ?
    If you can delete /.system gupdate.gcd and go back to garmincure3.
    Do the same as you did before except this time do not "make cure" use "make firmware."
    Then reflash the Nuvi again with the firmware. It's worth a try.
    Maybe you are still running the cure firmware now.
    And what is this "cat" you speak of, the screen should display the Garmin logo.

 

 
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