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Start with an empty (FAT32 formatted) SD card. Create folders \Garmin and \.system at the root of the SD card. Copy file from the \Garmin folder of your nuvi into the \Garmin folder of the SD card. Insert the SD card in your computer card reader and run MapUpdater (or Express). Your SD card should be recognized as your nuvi, and the MapUpdater program should proceed normally to install the map to the card. Once that is finished, you may need to do some file renaming and/or copying of some files back to the device. If you get that far, report which files were installed on the SD card, and someone here should be able to help you complete the process.