APPLE IMAC MAC S

Date: novembre 9th, 2013


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Modèle: Mac s
Editeur: Apple
Type de périphérique: PC de bureau, tout-en-un / iMac
Licence: Gratuit
Mac OS   Non-OS  
Mac OS

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 7.64 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Mac OS X Jaguar 10.2, Mac OS X Puma 10.1

Fan Control Update 1.0

This update improves performance and reliability of the Fan Control system of the PowerMac G5.

For Mac OS X 10.3 customers, this update is included in Mac OS X 10.3.3 software update.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 771.93 Kb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.4 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 Firmware Restoration CD 1.3:

Computer Model Identifier
Mac Pro (Early 2008) MacPro3,1

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.

2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.

3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see.

It looks something like this: "MacPro 3,1".

4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).

2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.

3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.

4. Insert a blank recordable CD.

5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:

6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.

7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.

8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated.

Do notdisconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

This information is also available at the following url:

About the Firmware Restoration CD (Intel-based Macs).

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 848.43 Kb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.4 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 Firmware Restoration CD 1.3:

Computer Model Identifier
Mac Pro (Early 2008) MacPro3,1

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.

2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.

3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see.

It looks something like this: "MacPro 3,1".

4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).

2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.

3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.

4. Insert a blank recordable CD.

5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:

6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.

7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.

8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated.

Do notdisconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

This information is also available at the following url:

About the Firmware Restoration CD (Intel-based Macs).

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 4.48 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion

Firmware Restoration CD 1.7

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.7

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need to visit the pages at:
Firmware Restoration CD 1.4:
Firmware Restoration CD 1.5:
Firmware Restoration CD 1.6:
 

Computer Model Identifier
iMac (Early 2006 17 and 20-inch) iMac4,1
iMac (Mid 2006 17-inch) iMac4,2
Mac mini (Early 2006) MacMini1,1
Mac mini (Late 2006) MacMini1,1
MacBook MacBook1,1
MacBook Pro (15-inch) MacBookPro1,1
MacBook Pro (17-inch) MacBookPro1,2
MacBook Pro (2.4/2.2 GHz 15-inch and 17 inch) MacBookPro3,1

 

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

 

  1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.
  2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.
  3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see. It looks something like this: "MacBookPro 2,1".
  4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.
     

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

 

  1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).
  2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.
  3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.
  4. Insert a blank recordable CD.
  5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

    Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:
     
  6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.
  7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

    On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

    On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.
     
  8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

    A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated. Do not disconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.
     

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

 

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 160.77 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X Tiger 10.4

Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) Firmware Update v 1.1

This update is only for the 1.8 GHz, single-processor Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) computer and supports installation on Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later. Also improves the reliability of your Power Mac G5, especially after it has been inactive for two hours.

Before you install the Power Mac G5 System Firmware Update:

Use Software Update to make sure you have Mac OS X v10.4.3 or later installed on your Mac. To use Software Update, choose Apple/ Software Update. The Software Update window opens and a list of available updates appears. Select the items you want to install, and then click Install.

Note: Your Power Mac G5 must be connected to the Internet to use Software Update.
To update the firmware on your Power Mac G5, follow the instructions below. You can print these instructions so they are available while you upgrade your firmware.

1. Download the updater that corresponds to the Mac OS version on your Power Mac G5.

2. Save changes to your open files and then quit any open applications.

3. Open the appropriate updater.

4. Type an administrator password when the dialog box appears.

5. Choose Update to begin the firmware update. When the update starts, a progress bar appears onscreen.

6. Click Shut Down when the firmware update is complete.

7. Restart your computer.

Note: Once the update begins, do not cancel or interrupt it. The update takes over one minute to complete. During the update, the Power Mac fans run at full speed. They return to normal once the update is complete.
For detailed information on this Update, please visit this website: Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) 1.8GHz models stop responding randomly

To download the Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) System Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.3.9 please visit this website: Power Mac G5 System Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.3.9

After Installation Note: After installing the firmware update, there will be a residual folder installed on your hard drive called “AppleInternal”. Inside that folder is another folder called “PackageDataTools”. Inside that folder is an application called “Lurk-n-Launch”. You can safely delete the folder and its contents.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 1.71 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.4 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 Firmware Restoration CD 1.3:

Computer Model Identifier
Mac Pro (Early 2008) MacPro3,1

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.

2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.

3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see.

It looks something like this: "MacPro 3,1".

4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).

2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.

3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.

4. Insert a blank recordable CD.

5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:

6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.

7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.

8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated.

Do notdisconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

This information is also available at the following url:

About the Firmware Restoration CD (Intel-based Macs).

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 24.82 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X Tiger 10.4, Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Mac OS X Puma 10.1

Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) Firmware Update v 1.1

This update is only for the 1.8 GHz, single-processor Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) computer and supports installation on Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later. Also improves the reliability of your Power Mac G5, especially after it has been inactive for two hours.

Before you install the Power Mac G5 System Firmware Update:

Use Software Update to make sure you have Mac OS X v10.4.3 or later installed on your Mac. To use Software Update, choose Apple/ Software Update. The Software Update window opens and a list of available updates appears. Select the items you want to install, and then click Install.

Note: Your Power Mac G5 must be connected to the Internet to use Software Update.
To update the firmware on your Power Mac G5, follow the instructions below. You can print these instructions so they are available while you upgrade your firmware.

1. Download the updater that corresponds to the Mac OS version on your Power Mac G5.

2. Save changes to your open files and then quit any open applications.

3. Open the appropriate updater.

4. Type an administrator password when the dialog box appears.

5. Choose Update to begin the firmware update. When the update starts, a progress bar appears onscreen.

6. Click Shut Down when the firmware update is complete.

7. Restart your computer.

Note: Once the update begins, do not cancel or interrupt it. The update takes over one minute to complete. During the update, the Power Mac fans run at full speed. They return to normal once the update is complete.
For detailed information on this Update, please visit this website: Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) 1.8GHz models stop responding randomly

To download the Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) System Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.3.9 please visit this website: Power Mac G5 System Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.3.9

After Installation Note: After installing the firmware update, there will be a residual folder installed on your hard drive called “AppleInternal”. Inside that folder is another folder called “PackageDataTools”. Inside that folder is an application called “Lurk-n-Launch”. You can safely delete the folder and its contents.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 13.6 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X Tiger 10.4

Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) Firmware Update v 1.1

This update is only for the 1.8 GHz, single-processor Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) computer and supports installation on Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later. Also improves the reliability of your Power Mac G5, especially after it has been inactive for two hours.

Before you install the Power Mac G5 System Firmware Update:

Use Software Update to make sure you have Mac OS X v10.4.3 or later installed on your Mac. To use Software Update, choose Apple/ Software Update. The Software Update window opens and a list of available updates appears. Select the items you want to install, and then click Install.

Note: Your Power Mac G5 must be connected to the Internet to use Software Update.
To update the firmware on your Power Mac G5, follow the instructions below. You can print these instructions so they are available while you upgrade your firmware.

1. Download the updater that corresponds to the Mac OS version on your Power Mac G5.

2. Save changes to your open files and then quit any open applications.

3. Open the appropriate updater.

4. Type an administrator password when the dialog box appears.

5. Choose Update to begin the firmware update. When the update starts, a progress bar appears onscreen.

6. Click Shut Down when the firmware update is complete.

7. Restart your computer.

Note: Once the update begins, do not cancel or interrupt it. The update takes over one minute to complete. During the update, the Power Mac fans run at full speed. They return to normal once the update is complete.
For detailed information on this Update, please visit this website: Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) 1.8GHz models stop responding randomly

To download the Power Mac G5 (Late 2004) System Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.3.9 please visit this website: Power Mac G5 System Firmware Update for Mac OS X 10.3.9

After Installation Note: After installing the firmware update, there will be a residual folder installed on your hard drive called “AppleInternal”. Inside that folder is another folder called “PackageDataTools”. Inside that folder is an application called “Lurk-n-Launch”. You can safely delete the folder and its contents.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 18.35 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.4 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 Firmware Restoration CD 1.3:

Computer Model Identifier
Mac Pro (Early 2008) MacPro3,1

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.

2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.

3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see.

It looks something like this: "MacPro 3,1".

4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).

2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.

3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.

4. Insert a blank recordable CD.

5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:

6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.

7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.

8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated.

Do notdisconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

This information is also available at the following url:

About the Firmware Restoration CD (Intel-based Macs).

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement.

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 1.76 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Mac OS X Puma 10.1

SuperDrive Firmware Update v1.0

Delivers updated SuperDrive firmware to improve reliability when accessing DVD and CD media.

Systems:
- Power Mac G5 (June 2004)
- Power Mac G5 (Late 2004)
- eMac (USB 2.0)

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 60.43 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Mac OS X Puma 10.1

SuperDrive Firmware Update v1.0

Delivers updated SuperDrive firmware to improve reliability when accessing DVD and CD media.

Systems:
- Power Mac G5 (June 2004)
- Power Mac G5 (Late 2004)
- eMac (USB 2.0)

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 1.81 Mb

Système d'exploitation: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X Tiger 10.4, Mac OS X Jaguar 10.2

Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.5

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.4 or Firmware Restoration CD 1.3 Firmware Restoration CD 1.3:

Computer Model Identifier
Mac Pro (Early 2008) MacPro3,1

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.

2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.

3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see.

It looks something like this: "MacPro 3,1".

4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).

2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.

3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.

4. Insert a blank recordable CD.

5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:

6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.

7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.

8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated.

Do notdisconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

This information is also available at the following url:

About the Firmware Restoration CD (Intel-based Macs).

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement.

Non-OS

Type de fichier: Application
Taille: 441.12 Kb

Système d'exploitation: Other (32)

Firmware Restoration CD 1.7

About Firmware Restoration CD 1.7

The Firmware Restoration CD can restore the firmware of an Intel-based Macintosh computer.

Note: Restoring your firmware will reset some of your computer's preferences to defaults.

You can only use this to restore the firmware after an interrupted or unsuccessful update. If your computer is already in this state, you'll need to download the software and create the CD on another Macintosh computer, or you can take your computer to an Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider to restore your firmware. This CD can be created on either a PowerPC- or Intel-based Mac, but only works with Intel-based Macs.

Note: This CD cannot be used to return an Intel-based Macintosh computer's firmware to a previous version if a successful update has already been performed.

Download the correct Firmware Restoration CD image

Different computers use different versions of the Restoration CD. Please reference the table below to determine if this version of the Firmware Restoration CD is correct for your machine. If you do not see your computer in this table you may need to visit the pages at:
Firmware Restoration CD 1.4:
Firmware Restoration CD 1.5:
Firmware Restoration CD 1.6:
 

Computer Model Identifier
iMac (Early 2006 17 and 20-inch) iMac4,1
iMac (Mid 2006 17-inch) iMac4,2
Mac mini (Early 2006) MacMini1,1
Mac mini (Late 2006) MacMini1,1
MacBook MacBook1,1
MacBook Pro (15-inch) MacBookPro1,1
MacBook Pro (17-inch) MacBookPro1,2
MacBook Pro (2.4/2.2 GHz 15-inch and 17 inch) MacBookPro3,1

 

To see your Mac's model information (Model Identifier), follow these steps on the computer you will be using the CD with:

 

  1. From the Apple menu, choose About this Mac.
  2. Click the "More Info" button. This opens System Profiler.
  3. The Model Identifier is located in the Hardware Overview, which is the first window you should see. It looks something like this: "MacBookPro 2,1".
  4. Compare the model information to the table above to choose the correct Restoration CD image to download for your computer.
     

Restoring firmware with a Firmware Restoration CD

To restore your computer's firmware, you must first create a CD using the disk image named "FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg" by following these steps:

 

  1. Open Disk Utility (located at /Applications/Utilities).
  2. Click the Burn icon or select the "Burn…" menu item from the Images menu.
  3. Navigate to where FirmwareRestorationCD.dmg is located, and click the Burn button.
  4. Insert a blank recordable CD.
  5. Click the Burn button to create the Firmware Restoration CD. The files are burned to the disc.

    Next, use the Firmware Restoration CD to restore your Firmware:
     
  6. Make sure that the computer you are trying to restore is plugged into an AC outlet.
  7. Turn on the computer and continue holding the Power button. The sleep LED will blink rapidly, then slowly, then rapidly (3 quick blinks, 3 slow blinks, 3 quick blinks).

    On Macs that don't have a sleep LED, tones are used instead. Hold down the power button until you hear 3 long tones, then 3 short tones, then 3 long tones.

    On Macs that use a tray-load optical drive, the tray will open to allow the Restoration CD to be inserted.
     
  8. Insert the Firmware Restoration CD while the lights are blinking or tones sounding, then release the Power button. A long tone is played once the recovery process has started.

    A progress bar appears beneath an Apple logo on a gray screen. The progress bar indicates the firmware is being updated. Do not disconnect power, shut down, or restart the computer during the update or you will need to start the restoration process again beginning with step 6.
     

The computer will restart automatically after the firmware is updated.

 

You must first agree to the SLA agreement before downloading or using this update:

Software License Agreement

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