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    catymag thanks for replay . i read all post here and other post in this site i know GarminCure3 is easy and i m not lazy but my device make continue reset.
    Thanks and Sorry if i create a problem in forum

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    No problem, explain please what have you done and what went wrong.
    Ps : have you flashed original sw after the whole procedure?
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    Catymag Thanks for answer me. My start problem is my garmin 465t continue restart on garmin logo. first i use original GUPDATE.GCD from my backup files. i use GarminCure3 and make firmware original.
    say the update was successful Nothing happen. After i use other version nuvi465T_GCDFile__410.gcd ,nuvi465T_GCDFile__420.gcd etc and i make cure firmware say the update was successful. but always my device not start continuily reset. sorry for my english

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    First you must make cure with the right firmware according to your device HWID,or your old GCD shows.
    If you dont know it use [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Then flash cure by Updater.exe in preboot, format nuvi following this: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] -
    After formatting ,reflash original firmware in preboot with Updater.exe :Nuvi cant boot with cure firmware, it's made to remove problematic files plugged USB to pc or to format nuvi.
    Then run Webupdater.
    All the steps are necessary in your case I think, but you havent written what happened before having this problem , so I cant help.
    This in very few words, but all is explained better in post n1 (useful links in post n.3 too)
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    catymag milion thanks for help me. i do all this and before except preboot format beacuse RMPrepUSB program dont see my Garmin. My Garmin is preboot but not see tha drive ( i check from control managmant) this is mystery. My HWID 943 SW VERSION after update 4.20 and webupdate. not find my device..

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    After you loaded Kunix's cure with Updater.exe in preboot mode ,does Windows see your Nuvi if attached USB?
    Have you USB Garmin drivers installed?
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    catymag first i told you something i do preboot hold the upper left corner of the screen I Start the navigator. No show me preboot laters but if i connect to my computer say Garmin Usb GPS. and after i use update.exe for my firmware. Not see in windows my Garmin device. USB Garmin drivers installed? YES.

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    Probably you would need to erase NV memory ("ergn,41" command in update.txt). If it's corrupted, your device will reboot continuosly even when the CURE firmware patched by GarminCure3 is flashed. Now I'm going to bed, I will write a how-to for you tomorrow if someone doesn't do it sooner. We need another cure for NV clearing, yeah.

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    Kunix u are the best thanks have a nice night

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    Here you are: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    How to use it:
    1) Take a clean SD card, copy Garmin folder from the archive to the root of the SD card.
    2) Insert the SD card into your Garmin device.
    3) Flash RGN file from the archive. (You said you were able to flash firmwares so I don't explain it in detail).
    4) Wait 5 minutes.
    5) Extract the SD card and post SD:\Garmin\Updater\0943\update.log here (while erasing your UnitID here).

 

 
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