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    Obviously a serious corruption, perhaps flash is damaged.

    You could try to erase region 48 with sd command ergn and then re-try formatting, but best to wait first for advice from software experts - kunix et al..
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    As for me, I think the flash is damaged.

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    Hello, flash is damaged 70-80%. Game over

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    not is operative for colorado 300 nor for etrex 20 and 30, because they continue to bricked, says "Loader" but it hangs it not advance more

    Somebody can help me to unbrick a colorado 300? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpe View Post
    not is operative for colorado 300 nor for etrex 20 and 30, because they continue to bricked, says "Loader" but it hangs it not advance more
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    Hi all of you My garmin 1490 can not go system i did try this Quick cure everything was ok but when Ever i Power My garmin is only writing garmin on screen some one can help me please wish you all of you have nice year



    You posted the same issue in another thread, now split off into a separate thread here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenanCellik View Post
    Hi all of you My garmin 1490 can not go system i did try this Quick cure everything was ok but when Ever i Power My garmin is only writing garmin on screen some one can help me please wish you all of you have nice year
    Have you now reformatted and then flashed the original firmware? Cure firmware CANNOT boot, it's only to allow access in Mass Storage Mode to remove corrupt files and/or reformat. See the initial post:

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    Remember: Please note that the CURE firmware will never boot, it can only enter the mass storage mode. After curing flash Original device firmware.
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    Ok Kunix, heal tested on Garmin BMW Motorrad Navigator V, successfully. Thank you very much.
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    Hey everyone. I hope I'm posting this in the right place. I have a nuvi 2598LMTHD, firmware version 510, HWID 1582.

    The other day I went to update it with Garmin Express, as I hadn't done so in a while. I plugged it into PC, it was detected immediately like usual, and Garmin Express said there were both map and firmware updates. I installed the map updates and then began installing the firmware update. At some point during the firmware update, it asked me to disconnect and reboot the GPS. After I did that, my computer was no longer detecting the GPS. I'm pretty sure one or more files were corrupted somehow.

    I've managed to flash it with the cure firmware, the computer started detecting it again and I could see the device files in explorer. I don't know which files are corrupt so I was going to format it with RMPrepUSB. This is where I'm running into trouble. For some reason it's being assigned 2 drive letters. E (1.80 GB free of 7.05 GB) and G (127 MB free of 127 MB). Shouldn't it only have one volume, and if so how can I fix this? I can't delete the volume with Windows Disk Management. Both volumes have a .System folder, if that means anything.

    I'd appreciate any help.

 

 
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