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    Hi, I have a garmin nuvi 2599 LMT-D . At first it was freezing regularly. I tried to update it using garmin express and towards the end of the update it said update failed. After that it kept looping on garmin logo, when on battery and just froze on the garmin logo when attached to the computer. Upon googling a bit i learnt how to get it into mass storage mode and it showed up as a drive on my computer. At some point i could browse around in the unit and it said maps locked and maps corrupt. Now i am unable to get it into mass storage mode. Does anyone have clue what is wrong with my device? and can i fix it or is it a paperweight.
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    You have a corrupt file or files inside your nuvi.
    Remove memory card if you have.
    Follow this thread from post#1.
    The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.
    Albert Einstein.

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    My Nuvi 1410 operates normally as a navigation aid, but will not go into mass storage mode so that I can't update maps etc. I've carried out the CURE procedure using input file nuvi13xxand14xxseries_GCDFile__630.gcd and all is well until I use WebUpdater where I get a message saying The Update File is Corrupted so I can't go any further.
    There is no SD Card fitted. Can anyone help with this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ludemon View Post
    My Nuvi 1410 operates normally as a navigation aid, but will not go into mass storage mode so that I can't update maps etc.
    Can try another USB cables or PC with different OS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzzly View Post
    Can try another USB cables or PC with different OS...
    I have two different cables and tried both with three different computers running Windows XP SP3, Windows 7 and Windows 10 respectively. Unfortunately the problem still exists. The nuvi 1410 does occasionally go into mass storage mode for about 5 seconds then reverts to Loading Maps.
    I have also a nuvi 1310 that goes into mass storage mode normally with any of the above combinations.
    Is there anything else I can try to enable access to the file system?

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    If it is so there are no users that can help you now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ludemon View Post
    My Nuvi 1410 operates normally as a navigation aid, but will not go into mass storage mode so that I can't update maps etc. I've carried out the CURE procedure using input file nuvi13xxand14xxseries_GCDFile__630.gcd and all is well until I use WebUpdater where I get a message saying The Update File is Corrupted so I can't go any further.
    There is no SD Card fitted. Can anyone help with this problem?
    Use cure and when you have access to mass storage, delete map .img file from your device and then use original file and you will see if nuvi turn on normaly.

    p.s.
    You can also try to format your device.
    If you wish, you can [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    How to unbrick Garmin that was "bricked" by flashing the wrong firmware?
    For example, I got BMW Motorad Navigator IV flashed with Zumo 660 FW.
    Update from SD with original .GCD is not possible...

    Updater log file:
    App: Updater
    At: 9/29/2017 10:31:50 AM (UTC)
    OS: WIN32 Windows Platform, Major Version: 6, Minor Version: 2
    Processor: Pentium Pro or Pentium II, RAM: 2097151 KB
    IOU_UTILITIES.CPP-203-2.8

    Tnx
    Grga

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    I hav problems with my BMW navigator. I'll hope this will work. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grga001 View Post
    How to unbrick Garmin that was "bricked" by flashing the wrong firmware?
    For example, I got BMW Motorad Navigator IV flashed with Zumo 660 FW.
    .........
    If you flashed full latest zumo firmware V5,10 it shouldn't have bricked the Motorrad Navigator IV because they are the same hardware (HWID 0924) and actually use the same firmware. Latest issued by Garmin for the Motorrad is V3.40 I think, but it's identical to the zumo V3.40 anyway and the later version should not have bricked it. What do you mean by 'bricked' and what are the symptoms? Read: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

 

 
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