I assume you’ve found this page by searching for «f/w is in fault state» or PERC H700 / H800 / 5i / 6i «failed to get cpcontroller object» after you’ve done a firmware upgrade.
I’ve been looking for a solution to my problem, nobody seems to know the answer.
I no longer have the reboot request, and oddly enough, it's picking up satellites faster now, and indoors which it wasn't doing prior. My software version shows the same as when I'd done the update, but my Garmin reports I need to upgrade my software.
I haven't tried re-upgrading again, going to hold off until it's a necessity. With the nuvi powered off, press and hold the upper left hand corner of the touchscreen with your finger 2. Have your USB cable ready so that when the Logo shows up, and while still holding the touchscreen, connect the device to your computer with the cable 4. After the progress bar completes (45-60 seconds) the device should go into Mass Storage mode with the picture of a computer tower on the display of the device. You can now browse the system folder on the Garmin.
This is followup for my previous message yesterday.
I somewhat resolved the issue by removing the software update file from the Garmin.
Can I reinstall the firmware update or ideas on how to resolve?
Just got this and did the map upgrade lastnight, which went well.
and a xwemail directory which is a directory nested with itself at least 100 times, i stop "CD'ing" after that. Then went to do the firmware update, it also seemed to go well, but now it's constantly asking to do a reboot since "the device has been successfully updated. No matter how many times I reboot, it keeps doing this.There are additional updates that require a restart to take effect. The about page reports this: Software version 5.70 GPS 4.30 Text 5.70 US English Keyboard Unknown Audio 2.90 American English-jill Bluetooth 1.73 Any ideas?I solved it and decided to make this post on my blog.First of all, don’t be frightened by all these Cyrillic writings around my website, I am Russian and I post stuff in Russian.