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    ☼ADMIN☼ How to backup Nuvi NV (region41) with sd
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    Quote Originally Posted by starting post
    What is Ldr.bin? It is your firmware boot.bin you can extract with RGN_tool
    Quote Originally Posted by Neil
    In this thread it's being used solely for extracting the firmware's boot.bin [Ldr.bin]
    Have you dragged the (Firmware) gupdate.gcd in it?
    Read again please.
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    Garmin/GPS Systems GMod. How to backup Nuvi NV (region41) with sd
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    Quote Originally Posted by farjuba View Post
    Thanks for the wink ... it made me laugh to myself instead of banging my head on the wall.
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    And if I check off the box (e.g. for Sect. 1) and try a 'save' then I get an empty (0 byte) file.
    Of course, because you've got nothing loaded. You must first OPEN an RGN or GCD file to see it's various BIN files. To do that either drag the file onto RGN_Tool.exe OR open RGN_Tool and drag and drop the file onto the GUI's 'File Drop Zone' OR open RGN_Tool and press 'File' > 'Open RGN/GCD' [or press the big 'Folder' Icon below 'File' button] then browse to the required firmware file. When you have the fw file open, press the 'Save' button on the first section holding 'boot.bin' and save it as 'Ldr.bin' to use with your text command. [More than one way to skin a cat ].

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    If you're still stuck, here it is anyway. Extract the rar file to find Ldr.bin.
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    what about DriveSmart 60 LMT

    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    How to backup Nuvi NV (region41/154) with sd



    To make the NV backup with sd:
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    *UPDATE:
    In newest 2xxx series 2014/15 devices NV is present in region 154 [for example nuvi 2599 (HWID 1758) and 2589 C4 (HWID 1947)]
    so write:
    rrgn,154,2:/154.bin
    instead of rrgn,41,2:/41.bin


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