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    Astro 320 s1 s2 What two buttons respectively?

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    Astro preboot:
    When you turn on the unit, press ENTER + press "up" ROCKER key
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    I've been trying desperately bringing the preboot mode on a Nuvi 65, but despite I've read all posts of this thread and also tried by Google, no success so far. Could someone, please, help me? Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by beer2beer; 28th December 2015 at 16:33.
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    instruction in OP are ok for nuvi 66, picture too. I patched my nuvi 66 this way.
    If you have to patch Nuvi, remember to open Updater.exe dragging .rgn in it, tick USB before starting nuvi .
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    After being beated several times, BUT persisting after your answer, catymag, I finally got it and it's working flawless since then. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beer2beer View Post
    BUT persisting after your answer, catymag, I finally got it!
    Good Persisting is the right way to win
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    Need help to get vivo smart HR in preboot mode.

    Have try holding power and plug in. The updater see the unit, but only temporary could not get rgn file to load.

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    Give please more details. Do you get any error messge from updater?
    Explain the exact procedure you followed.
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    I tried that, the device is showing in the drop-down list. But then I can't flash (Garmin Updater) "Garmin Device is not repsonding".
    Any ideas? Device is a GPSMAP64S.

    Greetz ChacalCH

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    It will only stay in preboot mode for a limited time if a flash isn't started. Some units hold preboot for only ~10 seconds so you must move quickly. That message means that it's dropped preboot. IMMEDIATELY you see the device details appear in the window, click 'OK.
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