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    What you wrote in update.txt and what you have in update.log?
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    What you wrote in update.txt and what you have in update.log?
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    Ok I tried this command and it seems to have worked
    rrgn,154,2:/154.bin
    reboot

    Update log
    nüvi 57 Software Version 4.30, UID: xxxxxxxxxx, HWID: xxxxxxxxxx
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Parsing "rrgn,154,2:/154.bin"
    Success
    Parsing "reboot"


    I now have
    Garmin folder
    154.bin which is 2048KB

    Thanks for your help.

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    Hi guys. I am trying to make a backup for my GPSMAP 64st. I have a software version 4.50.
    So I've made folders on my sdcard and put there correct boot.bin but I stocked in stage where I have to write a script update.txt.
    Based on latest manual update:

    *UPDATE:
    In newest 2xxx series 2014/15 and most other later devices NV is present in region 154 [for example nuvi 25x9 (HWID 1758) and 25x9 C4 (HWID 1947)]
    so write:
    rrgn,154,2:/154.bin
    instead of rrgn,41,2:/41.bin

    But I am a bit scared to put this file for my GPSMAP64st.
    Please tell me correct code to backup my GPSMAP64st
    My HWID is 1859.

    For now if I am trying to switch on my device I could see message like that:

    garm load

    As I understood to boot my device in a normal way I have to empty HWID folder or put the script. Without SD Card my device working in a normal way.


    Thank you very much in advance!
    Last edited by SecretValley; 1st August 2016 at 02:28.

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    @SecretValley
    I think most if not all handhelds hold nonvol in region 41 and write to media card with path 1:/ but that's not certain information. If a device has a hidden RWFS partition then 1:/ will write to RWSF and 2:/ will write to media card and if it has no RWFS then 1:/ writes to card. To complicate matters not all types of Garmin devices can dump the nonvol region because in some it's protected from being copied.

    So if it doesn't have a RWFS partition, use 1:/ and try dumping both regions to the card however if it uses 1 for the card then nonvol is almost certainly in region 41:

    rrgn,41,1:/41_backup.bin
    rrgn,154,1:/154_backup.bin
    reboot

    If it does have RWFS then use 2:/ to attempt it [probably it's in region 154 though in that case]:

    rrgn,41,2:/41_backup.bin
    rrgn,154,2:/154_backup.bin
    reboot

    When you use the correct txt command for your device type, provided that its nonvol region can be copied, one of the bin files will dump empty or with error in log file and so the populated bin is your nonvol backup.
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    Looks like both command were correct. Log looks like that:

    GPSMAP 64st Software Version 4.50, UID: XXXXXXXXXX, HWID: XXXXXXXXXX
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Parsing "rrgn,41,1:/41_backup.bin"
    Success
    Parsing "rrgn,154,1:/154_backup.bin"
    Success
    Parsing "reboot"
    Success
    But which backup I should keep it 41 or 154?..

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    Are both populated with data or is one empty [zero bytes] in the backup bin? Read the last paragraph of my post above again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Are both populated with data or is one empty [zero bytes] in the backup bin? Read the last paragraph of my post above again.
    Thank you very much. 154 has zero size, so I kept 41. May I continue use my card with the backup on my navigator?.. Should I delete update.txt script in that case?..

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    If you want to make another NV backup, delete the line for 154 from Update.txt [ensure no spaces left]. Also you MUST delete last_id.bin too or the txt commands will be ignored.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    If you want to make another NV backup, delete the line for 154 from Update.txt [ensure no spaces left]. Also you MUST delete last_id.bin too or the txt commands will be ignored.
    Thank you very much. I just patched my firmware without any troubles. So I am very happy!..

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    How long should it take until the reboot occurs - nuvi 57?

    I have been waiting about 5 minutes now.

 

 
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