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    Code:
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    nuvi 23xx is free from this new protection. You don't need to patch it.

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    HI,
    I have a problem with 57
    Everything was done correctly, but when I try to flash it produces:
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    HWId in nuvi: 2087
    SW: 4.40
    RGN: 208701000440

    what could be the problem

    p.s. using original garmin cable

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    It's exited preboot. You need to be quick, so open the patched RGN file in Updater.exe first, select the radio button next to USB Device and THEN put your nuvi into preboot by holding the top LH corner of its screen and connecting to a REAR USB port of PC. Immediately press 'OK' or hit enter key when you see the nuvi's detail in the window to the right of 'USB Device' and keep pressure on the screen until the flash finishes or at least until 'Loader'/'Software Loading' shows on the screen.
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    @ Rus_fan
    read please [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] too.
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    reading this post.
    All items are made.
    It's been a lot of devices, and the first such hard-nosed.
    So it could not defeat him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rus_Fan View Post
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    So it could not defeat him.
    Do you mean you've still been unable to flash the patched RGN?
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    Yes, the problem remained. Now I torment the 65th model and the same problem. I tried on 2 personal computers and 3 original cables.
    Has picked up once, but has hanged and has given an error message iou utilities.cpp-203-2.8

    Already to itself the brain has broken

    Please help me.

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    @Rus_Fan
    Spoiler: SD Flash Pack for nuvi 57 & 58
    1. If present, remove gupdate.gcd file from .System folder.
    2. Extract the RAR file directly to a clean mircroSD, insert it into your nuvi 57 with it fully OFF [not in standby] and turn on:
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    Wait for the flash to finish and a reboot and then your 57 will have patched V4.40 firmware.
    Clear NV both before and after the flash. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    In the root of the card will be a new file named BUK_154.bin which is a backup of your unit's region 154, its 'nonvol' memory. Keep it somewhere safe for the life of the device.

    WARNING! For HWID 2087 nuvi 57/58 ONLY.


    Quote Originally Posted by Rus_Fan View Post
    ....... Now I torment the 65th model and the same problem. .......
    If by '65th model' you mean you need a pack for nuvi 65, standby and i'll make one for that too.

    EDIT: for nuvi 65/66:
    Spoiler: SD Flash Pack for nuvi 65 & 66
    1. If present, remove gupdate.gcd file from .System folder.
    2. Extract the RAR file directly to a clean mircroSD, insert it into your nuvi 65 with it fully OFF [not in standby] and turn on:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Wait for the flash to finish and a reboot and then your 65 will have patched V3.20 firmware.
    Clear NV both before and after the flash. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    In the root of the card will be a new file named BUK_154.bin which is a backup of your unit's region 154, its 'nonvol' memory. Keep it somewhere safe for the life of the device.

    WARNING! For HWID 1749 nuvi 65/66 ONLY.

    WARNING TO OTHER USERS: These packs are for HWID 2087 nuvi 57/58 and HWID 1749 nuvi 65/66 devices ONLY. Do not modify for use in other devices unless you know exactly what you're doing as you can very easily HARD-BRICK your device using a wrong BIN or HWID.
    Last edited by Neil; 3rd July 2016 at 10:29. Reason: Add info and pack for 65/66.
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    Thank you so much. But how to solve this problem or how to do the firmware files to a memory card?

 

 
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