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    nuvi 5x seem to have a problem like 14xx where the USB socket connections to the MO are prone to fail. Try taping the cable to the rear of the case to put some slight upwards pressure on the usb plug and see if the connection to the PC becomes stable. I have a 1490 like that, regardless many updates can be done using txt commands from sd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    nuvi 5x seem to have a problem like 14xx where the USB socket connections to the MO are prone to fail. Try taping the cable to the rear of the case to put some slight upwards pressure on the usb plug and see if the connection to the PC becomes stable.
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    Thank you guys..now I know its a hardware issue...I will try to fix it somehow...if I get lucky I will post it here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by teenwolf View Post
    Thank you guys..now I know its a hardware issue...I will try to fix it somehow...if I get lucky I will post it here...
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    1) Garmin alpha 100, 4.40,

    2) I tried to install the 156201000440.rgn i put it in the RGN_tool and i choose the FW 450 and confirm to .gcd i open the new file with the webupdater. I open the device and it starts to upgrating then it stops to garmin logo.

    3) Symptoms: stucks in garmin logo

    4) Does your pc sees your device ? NO

    5) List all the procedures you already tried to unbrick it and their results and errors messages obtained. NOTHING

    6) Do you have Garmin USB Drivers installed ? Garmin: USB Drivers Updates & Downloads YES

    7) If you don't know HWID get it by Use program G7ToWin to retrieve your HWID

    8) Write down if you already read or tried GarminCure3 tool - the new way to create cure firmwares for Garmin devices
    How to unbrick a nĂ¼vi - step by step guide NO

    9) Can you reach preboot mode? If no ,have you followed this? Garmin Updater.exe v.2.8.0 No

    10) Probably no , but do you have NV backup? NO

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    Hi!
    I have problem with boot loop on nuvi 2599. I try hundred times, but I never go into pre boot mode. I never see "SYSTEM" messages on displey. Just Garmin logo and white screen again and again. Updater.exe can not see my device.

    I can see devices content with SD card and ldr.bin files. I have deleted gupdate.gcd via SD card, but nothing hepend.

    Any idea?

    1) Bricked device MODEL, Firmware version, HWID. 2599LMT-D, 8.60, 1758

    2) Why and how the device got bricked. I use Garmin Express for upgrading software and maps

    3) Symptoms: what's wrong in your device? I have problem with boot loop

    4) Does your pc sees your device ? No
    Last edited by miroslavbl; 24th June 2017 at 11:30 PM.

 

 
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