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    Hi! I followed all the instructions and after all my device is booting, shows Garmin, loading maps and then is showing this picture:[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]



    Do you have an idea what is wrong?The sat nav is Garmin Nuvi 3790 with North America maps.
    Thank you!
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    It totally looks like your device doesn't see locale files. So either they are missing (run WebUpdater to download them), or they are present but the filesystem of the internal flash drive is unrecognized by your device (this happens when formatting with Windows native formatter).
    In the latter case, format the internal flash drive with RMPREPSUSB as suggested in the tutorial (and then, of course, run WebUpdater).

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    run Webupdater
    Edit: kunix too fast
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    I must first cure the device with Cure3 tool maybe, because it is not seen from my pc?

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    If your PC doesn't see your device, then yes, use GarminCure3's CURE option.

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    Thank you very much Kunix! I am very glad to inform you that I managed to do everything and the sat nav come back for new life.
    THANK YOU!
    But now there is another problem. The sat nav is an American one, but I am in Bulgaria and it can not connect to sattelites. It finds sattelites, but can not connect to them.
    I made hard reset, NonVol reset after that in satelite menu Single Start and leave it for 1 hour in open place but can`t connect to sattelites.
    Have you any idear what to do with it?
    Thank you!

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    Do you run webupdater or Garmin express and update all that was available for download?

    In first star after you cure device nuvi ask you to set country, do you set it to Bulgarian?
    You set country on page like on picture from your post #351 if you didn't set it then hard reset nuvi and then applay Bulgaria.

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    After reset don't do anything in satelite menu, just whait that nuvi find satellite.
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    Ok. I download all with webupdater, made hard reset, choose Bulgaria and now I will wait and write what` happend.
    Thank you!

    Now no connection with satellites for more than one hour. Any idea what to do?
    Last edited by kunix; 4th November 2013 at 06:56 AM. Reason: merged consecutive posts

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    Well, this is strange. Messing with the internal flash drive shouldn't prevent your device from seeing satellites.
    Maybe this problem was present before?

    Try running the following utility:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Recently it turned out, it removes some statellite info from NV memory.
    Last edited by kunix; 4th November 2013 at 06:54 AM.

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    I tried to open the device in ingeneering mode, but I have no luck.I downloaded the driver mentioned in the post Disable Nuvi Map Update Message and install it, but the device is not seen from my pc. I am running Windows XP SP3. Is there another driver for Windows XP?

 

 
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