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    I think you got a virus, read all the thread and precisely post n27
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    It is a GPS that I recovered in the current state, I did not es viruses on 100% I can see my hide files on my computer. And for the GPS no virus over at least the anti-virus found nothing but 90% of the data are corrupt ..

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    Caty's suggestion is right imo. That's the only logical explanation if you are sure you have made the cure correctly using both methods and not slipped up in either process, which is why it said to do the cure3 again as well as the other cure. Make sure you clean your PC first with all usb drives disconnected, not just the nuvi, because if you have the conflicker or similar trojan it may be on anything else you had connected via usb as well as the nuvi. I've had it on a mircodrive and it was a bitch to get rid of. Follow Post #27 to the letter and it should work. Check all your other usb devices as well because one on them is probably the source.
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    My pc is clean and all other USB devices, I recall that the GPS was not to me at first. When in doubt I scan all but the pc is everything else is clean. It's just as you can see on the screenshots, corrupted data in the GPS. This done I can not deleted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Th|b@üt View Post
    My pc is clean and all other USB devices, I recall that the GPS was not to me at first. When in doubt I scan all but the pc is everything else is clean. It's just as you can see on the screenshots, corrupted data in the GPS. This done I can not deleted.
    Have you tried to use Command Prompt to delete the files ?
    What message do you get when you try to delete the files ?
    Also you can do this, attrib "then the filename goes herewithout quotes" -h -s -r -a
    Then try to delete the file in Command prompt.

    Maybe the Firmware is Corrupt ? or the Flash is faulty ?

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    Go to different pc with xp

    install garmin usb drivers

    First flash with cure

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    After that try to format with windows format tool (also try format when PC is in safe mode)

    If windows format tool wont work try in normal and safe mode with [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    If both tool wont work try to manual delite folders from your nuvi and then again try to format.

    When you finish flash with folder original and then create empty folder Garmin

    After nuvi restart you wil have inside folder Garmin garmindevice.xml (if you have garmindevice.temp just rename to garmindevice.xml) and run webupdater and install all.
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    Here is a video (sorry for the quality) this time I am eventually acting on a new computer, I just formatted computer and anti-virus scanner. GPS is the first peripheral connected

    I also try in safe mode, and it is the same result.

    I tried handling the SD card, but the GPS is on the screen Copyright 2012
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    Try to format to FAT not FAT32.

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    same result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Th|b@üt View Post
    ...this time I am eventually acting on a new computer, I just formatted computer and anti-virus scanner. GPS is the first peripheral connected

    I also try in safe mode, and it is the same result.

    I tried handling the SD card, but the GPS is on the screen Copyright 2012
    I haven't seen symptoms like this in a long time. In fact, the last time I saw such a thing was in 1997, when Casio released its A11 handheld PC. In that instance, the drive controller for the PCMCIA card slot was corrupting the data, requiring Casio to release a patch to correct the problem. However, before that patch was released, the only way to fix the problem was to remove the PCMCIA card from the slot, insert it into a laptop with a PCMCIA slot, and format.

    You can't do that here, but I believe the cause is the same. The memory controller here is the culprit and you may well have a bad unit. Have you contacted Garmin?
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