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    As Alexander2010 says, a Power Cable is one having a 12KOhm resistor connecting the GND and the ID pins. So maybe your problem is due to some current leak either in the cable or in the nuvi. Then try using other cables and/or cleaning both USB connectors. If it still doesn't help then I can try to make a firmware patcher that forces entering the flash drive mode when a Power Cable is connected. However, this wouldn't be comfortable in everyday use.
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    Well, iīve already tested with 4 different cables and in every port in my PC, with the same result. As said it works fine after cure FW but not after original FW is flashed.

    Any help is trully apreciated.

    thanks again.

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    If you have external card reader,then use this cable to connect your nuvi to PC.
    If you have in hidden menu 1A than you have wrong cable,becouse when connect pin 4 and pin 5 with resistor i have 1A.And nuvi wont connect with pc.
    So you must use cable from external card reader or if you have some portable MP3 player this cable also work.
    Try also connect to different usb hub on your pc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    If you have external card reader,then use this cable to connect your nuvi to PC.
    If you have in hidden menu 1A than you have wrong cable,becouse when connect pin 4 and pin 5 with resistor i have 1A.And nuvi wont connect with pc.
    So you must use cable from external card reader or if you have some portable MP3 player this cable also work.
    Try also connect to different usb hub on your pc.
    Thanks for the tip, but i even have an original Garmin cable, and nothing i still canīt see my nuvi after flashing original FW.

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    Check your nuvi pins, may be you damaged one of them, flashing and reflashing .

    damaged pin in a 1200:

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Check your nuvi pins, may be you damaged one of them, flashing and reflashing .

    damaged pin in a 1200:


    I donīt think this is the problem. I took a look at my pins, they look fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion-4x4 View Post
    I donīt think this is the problem. I took a look at my pins, they look fine.
    Iīll post a pic as soon as i can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion-4x4 View Post
    Thanks for the tip, but i even have an original Garmin cable, and nothing i still canīt see my nuvi after flashing original FW.
    I even tried 2 laptops, one netbook and a couple of PCs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion-4x4 View Post
    Iīll post a pic as soon as i can.
    Here is the pic. What do you think?

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    @kunix

    In what NVM region is usb,in region 41?
    If it in some other region i can send him nvm backup,or if i send him region 5 and 14 maybe then will problem disapere?

 

 
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