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    - You must first install garmin usb drivers from garmin site
    - try on PC with win 7 becouse on some win 10 you get error like above
    - try another usb cable
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    I agree: cable problem.

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    You both have HWID 2077 which is C4 nuvi 25x7/8. C4 units are seemingly sometimes difficult for users to flash in preboot, i think they maintain only a very short preboot time and unfortunately cannot be put into infinite preboot via the hidden menu behind the battery symbol. The easiest way to flash is therefore via microSD so i've made a pack for V8.40 patched fw:
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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Follow the instructions from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Be sure to remove any gupdate.gcd if present in .System folder before you start or it may re-flash the unit back to unpatched firmware. Be sure to keep the newly created file BUK_154.bin in a safe place.
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    That is just awesome Mods=Gods, will try how this beauty works. Much appreciated and thank you!

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    garmin details is not showing up next to the USB Device. tried 100 times to enter preboot mode but failed to do.
    BTW the procedure was successfully done using windows XP. but windows 8 64x could not do the procedure running administrator account at any way and latest USB drivers are installed. any other methods to patch the new devices instead of flashing the patched rgn through updater.exe, I heard that we can do it using micro sd !! what method is that please help.
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    @mr_q80
    What model and HWID is your device? I'll make an SD flashing pack for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
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    What model and HWID is your device? I'll make an SD flashing pack for you.

    I have more than one device can you tell me how to make an SD flashing pack ?

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    @mr_q80
    Look at the pack i made for C4 25x7/8 HWID 2077 in Post #533 and follow the placement of the various BIN files. The update.txt file needs be changed if the region BINs are different in your device [e.g. it may not have rgn158 (hex 9E) and if so remove the line 'xrgn,158,2:/158.bin' but don't leave spaces or additional carriage returns]. Here's how those BIN files were obtained:
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    Follow that pattern for any other patched GCD/RGN substituting the correct HWID folder naming for the applicable firmware. Make sure you use the correct firmware for your device, find it's HWID and don't dare guess it or take a chance: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Use ONLY the HWID shown in the firmware file [RGN or GCD] to name the folder containing the text command file and Ldr.bin. DON'T EVER USE A BOOT.BIN/LDR.BIN NOT MATCHING YOUR DEVICE OR YOU'LL HARD-BRICK IT, PROBABLY PERMANENTLY. Note that the BIN components of devices do vary, but all have at least boot.bin and fw_all.bin. You need to flash all components of a firmware, don't leave any BIN out and be certain not to mix up the flash paths by incorrectly naming the files. Note that some devices [Drive/DriveSmart] don't have the HWID in the BIN files but you still need to have the correct HWID four-numerals as the folder name.


    Finally, if you don't know what you're doing, just don't do it. If unsure ask for assistance before proceeding. Regardless, this is all at the risk of the user. If your device bricks it's your problem even if you've followed the above but misunderstood its meaning or my instructions are too brief/wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    @mr_q80
    Look at the pack i made for C4 25x7/8 HWID 2077 in Post #533 and follow the placement of the various BIN files. The update.txt file needs be changed if the region BINs are different in your device [e.g. it may not have rgn158 (hex 9E) and if so remove the line 'xrgn,158,2:/158.bin' but don't leave spaces or additional carriage returns].
    what is the rrgn,154,2:/BUK_154.bin line, do I keep it always the same and have to modify the other 3 lines
    xrgn,14,2:/14.bin
    xrgn,127,2:/127.bin
    xrgn,158,2:/158.bin

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    You need to read Post #533 which in turn links behind the spoiler to Post #376 which explains that.
    Spoiler: In detail
    : the command 'rrgn' copies the relevant region to a bin file, therefore 'rrgn,154,2:/BUK_154.bin' will make a backup copy of the device's region 154 [it's 'nonvol'] in the root of the media card. Note that 'rrgn' copies/dumps a region to a BIN file and 'xrgn' overwrites a region from a BIN file. Earlier devices without MTP write to the card as 1:/ and may have region 41 as nonvol but mostly their firmware doesn't need patching anyway. Essential reading: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    And i didn't say that you have to modify the other 3 lines, i said that the BIN components of firmwares can be different and gave the common example of not having region 158 populated in which case you'd remove the line for overwriting region 158 [xrgn,158,2:/158.bin]. An example is the firmware for the other 2xx7/8 device with HWID 1582 [the 'non-C4' version] which doesn't have region 158:

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    What you MUST modify are the actual BIN files themselves for other devices in that you change those files to suit the device.
    Don't go further with this if you don't understand completely.
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