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    If you have City Navigator Europe NT 2017.10
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
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    Brilliant Neil!
    And we're done! All working.
    Thoroughly appreciate the assistance from everyone.

    I've certainly learned a few things; maybe I can keep my old Zumo 660 going a bit longer

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    A question: does it now have preboot available to it? You can easily check, drag any RGN file onto Updater.exe then use the 'powering-on by connecting to PC' method. Don't flash anything, but keep pressure on screen and see if the device details stay in the window for around 30 seconds before you get a communication error message from Updater. The device should then go to Mass Storage Mode not the calibration screen. If you still don't have preboot easily available you need to be careful what you put in the internal memory because if you brick it there may be no easy way back.

    Hey, looky here. A ZUMO GUY! What's your ride?

    Other zumo series have varying results: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] partly works and both PCB and region layout match. However, because of differing region layouts [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] won't work even with matching PCB P/Ns. The 39x conversion wasn't possible despite matching PCB - remember the GIR mismatch caused by my cocked-up instructions for your Dad's 1340? That was easily fixed, but if the GIR is actually in a different region then it's not able to be overcome like a simple mismatch of GIR versions. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    So you may be able to convert the 660 to a 665 either partly or fully if you have a PCB P/N match. zumo 660 has 3 possible PCB P/Ns of 105-01452-00, 105-01452-01 and 105-01452-02. However zumo 665 has only 2 of those: 105-01452-01 or 105-01452-02. So if your 660 has 105-01452-00 it's unlikely to convert anyway. However the firmware regions do appear to match so if you've got either -01 or -02 it's very likely possible. If you want to try, open a new thread in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Section and we'll give it a go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    A question: does it now have preboot available to it? You can easily check, drag any RGN file onto Updater.exe then use the 'powering-on by connecting to PC' method. Don't flash anything, but keep pressure on screen and see if the device details stay in the window for around 30 seconds
    That looks much healthier now. Plenty of time to hit the button now

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    Street Trip,
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    and a couple of 400 Fours

    The K and the XT get used with the Zumo.
    The XT had been all over; Moscow, Turkey, Morocco & Norway in February :D

    The poor old Zumo has had lots of open source maps pushed onto it but the biggest problem is that the power contacts on the back have actually got a hole in them.
    I have to stick duct tape on the mount to force the pins to touch the side of the hole.
    Not sure how long I can carry on with that.

    Also use a Road Angel (Windows CE) to run Memory Maps for the EXC when trail riding.
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    So you may be able to convert the 660 to a 665 either partly or fully if you have a PCB P/N match. zumo 660 has 3 possible PCB P/Ns of 105-01452-00, 105-01452-01 and 105-01452-02. However zumo 665 has only 2 of those: 105-01452-01 or 105-01452-02. So if your 660 has 105-01452-00 it's unlikely to convert anyway. However the firmware regions do appear to match so if you've got either -01 or -02 it's very likely possible. If you want to try, open a new thread in [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Section and we'll give it a go.
    I'll have a nose as soon as I have time.

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    I'd likely kill to get hold of the Beemer, Yamaha and KTX but i'll eat you as well just to get the 'couple of 400 Fours' [so casually tossed in at the end of your list like you're not even sure how many you have]. Those things are so rare and in demand here that there's a grey import industry bringing them in from NA. Mid-seventies' Super Sports in good nick bring as much as late model KB400s, i guess it's the same over there in Pongo. Nice spread of brands and types there mate, good on you. But i now hate you a bit.

    About the zumo. It's a shame that the contacts are damaged, but i have to admit that a conversion is useless to you anyway and i should have researched more before suggesting it as the only difference between 660 and 665 is that the latter has XM capability and of course that's only useful in NA. Because you're in UK you'd not get any more features:
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    Search the net for conductive epoxy or conductive adhesive (Silver Filled)
    It is used mainly for repairing tracks on pc boards but it will probably work on a contact without doing further damage to the contact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dasilvarsa View Post
    Search the net for conductive epoxy or conductive adhesive (Silver Filled)
    It is used mainly for repairing tracks on pc boards but it will probably work on a contact without doing further damage to the contact.
    I have been looking but the cost has been putting me off. Usually about 80 ish. Might have to eventually.

    Also there's a bit mor einformation on the Nuvi.

    I did save the files that were originally on it before messing about.

    In the GPX/Archive folder were a number of .gpx files number 41 to 65.
    Opening them in Memory Map revealed they were overlapping (to some degree) records of sections of journeys.
    Putting them all back in the Nuvi resulted in the Nuvi freezing up.
    Take them out and all is well.

    The average size is about 2500kb.

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    Most 'brickings' where a device freezes on logo start-up screen are due to corrupt GPI, GPX or IMG files. Occasionally Voice VPM files or others are to blame as well. The thing is that usually in the case where it won't start you lose Mass Storage Mode and need a Cure firmware to regain it so the bad files can be removed or in an extreme case to allow a reformat. Freezing after it starts is another case entirely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeetdrs View Post
    In the GPX/Archive folder were a number of .gpx files number 41 to 65.
    It is wrong! Must be only 20 files there. For example, 46 to 65. So you have failure from SW...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    ........ So you have failure from SW...
    Not 'have'. He had faulty unit sw, now fixed
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