Der folgende Link verweist auf eine einfache HTML-Seite, die eine Auflistung verschiedenster SMC Codes enthält.
Ob aus reinem Interesse oder aufgrund einer bestimmten Fehlersuche – in jedem Fall ein wichtiges Dokument für den Service-Techniker.
SMC Keys (K3 Version: 1.30f1)
Version: SMC 1.30f1
SMC User Area Platform Support: K3 only.
SMCUtil.efi that comes with this release to flash the .smc images
SMC Firmware Updater contained in this release, to update from within MacOS see further information below.
Changes from previous update 1.30f0:
1. Radar 5448954 (bryanh)
Corrected the sample computation for the SpCP key that appears in the
k2_keys.html and k3_keys.html files, by adding the required
"* (Filter depth = 24576)". IMPORTANT: This change affects only
k2_keys.html and k3_keys.html (user documentation that accompanies each SMC
release) and does NOT change the SMC's flashable code.
Updating SMC via the SMC Firmware Updater in MACOS
We encourage everyone to use the 'SMC Firmware Updater.app' that is now included in the SMC releases.
It allows you to update your firmware in Mac OS without having to go to the EFI shell.
This should make updating easer, and helps test the solution we ship to customers when we need to do an SMC update.
Simply keep all the files in the smc release folder, and drag the machine’s .smc file (e.g., m38.smc, m39.smc, m1.smc, m40.smc, m42.smc) that matches the machine you are running on, onto the 'SMC Firmware Updater.app' and follow the instructions.
Quicklooks on SMC 1.30f1 for K3 DVT ----> PASS.
Release for general K3 testing
Build tested with Beagle 9C2010 on K3 DVT with nVidia G92 graphics card
Verify the version number of the SMC (smcutil -v)
Able to flash using the SMC Firmware Updater application
Make sure that the unit boots into the OS and ethernet is functional
Flash the same SMCUtil.efi again and make sure that it overwrites properly
Using EFI SMCutil.efi APP. (installed on a USB memory "stick"), read a list of "keys" (-dumpkeys)
Validate power off by holding down the power button for 5 seconds...
Try flashing the user area from the EFI shell and pull the plug while doing that... (This can now be done by using the SMC updater application...)
AFTER the above has been done, with fans at 100% speed, run RestartX to see if the machine boots without incident for at lease 10 cycles.
Verify that the fans can be restored back to default speed and restart the machine once more to make sure there are no boot-up problems.
Utilize thermal tools to increase internal temperature for each of the following areas: CPU, HDD, ODD. (Tools: BurnSpeed , StoneCutter, SystemLoad…). Verify that the fans are increasing their speed when temperature rises.
One at a time, adjust each fan to 5000RPM and back and visually verify the proper fan is controllable.
Validate that fans adjust with speed change between lowest RPM & highest RPM in 15 sec increments. (eg, decrease to 1K and then change to 10K and then back down to 1K. Make sure speed "doesn't get stuck in the middle soomewhere"...)
WARM & COLD RESTARTS AND SLEEP/WAKE
Launch Platform Console and record fan speeds.
Shutdown machine. Startup and let system sit for 3 minutes
Verify fans are within 10% of original speeds.
Verify temperatures are within ranges.
Change all fan speeds by at least 500 RPM to ensure each fan is controllable.
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