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Now you mention it. Yes, I see the dump stops short.
Why don't you just run DarwinDumper?

EDIT:
To answer my own question, I guess because of root privileges as you won't know the password...

Here's a faceless version of DarwinDumper (v2.5.7f).

Put it on a USB memory stick and double click it to run. It'll save the files to where it's launched from so all you'll have to do is insert the USB stick, run it, wait a few seconds for the dumps to appear then eject the USB stick.

To avoid using root permissions I've had to remove the following:
- BIOS ROM dump.
- dmesg dump.
- FirmwareMemoryMap.
- Lspci dump.

To keep it quick, it doesn't create an html report either.

EDIT: Attachment removed as newer version (v2.6.5f) is posted below.

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Thanks! I'll make a stop on my way home from works!

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Apparently I used the wrong version of SMC_util2. Some of the SMC keys are missing. Does that look right to you BlackOSX? If so I'll have to make another trip to were I got these dumps.

I believe something has changed..

Looking at your SMC dump of the iMac13,1 I see a truncated list showing only 191 keys. The first line reads:
Num: b0=0 b1=0 b2=1 b3=ffffffbf size=4

If I run the same version of SMC_util2 on my iMac11,3 I get a list of 297 keys. Here the first line reads:
Num: b0=0 b1=0 b2=1 b3=29 size=4

What does b3 signify? Why ffffffbf for the new model and only 29 for the iMac11,3 ?
I guess we can check the SMC_Util2 source

UPDATE:
Slice has fixed the issue in SMC_util3. See here for more info

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Here's DarwinDumper v2.6.5f. A slightly modded version of DarwinDumper v2.6.5 which runs as a faceless app.

Usage:
- Copy the DarwinDumper to a location. For example a USB flash drive.
- Double click the icon to start the app. You'll see a dock icon.
- When the dock icon disappears the app has finished and there will be a DarwinDumperReports folder in the same directory as the app.

It's set to perform the following:
- Run without root privileges.
- It will dump everything apart from bios, dmesg, firmware memory map, kexts, lspci.
- Archive to .zip.
- Create a collapsed html file.
- Not to open the final dump directory or html file.



EDIT: Attachment removed as newer version(v2.7.0f) posted below.

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As above but the latest version: 2.7.0f

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Full dump

MacbookAir6,2



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Hi someone has full dump iMac11,3? Thanks



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the complete file uploaded by anv to rapidshare is gone.

 

i need a dsdt from a mac with HD3000:

 

  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2011)
  • MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2011)
  • MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011)
  • MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2011)
  • MacBook Air (11-inch Mid 2011)
  • MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2011) 
  • Mac mini (Mid 2011)
  • Mac mini Server (Mid 2011)

would anyone be willing to provide one?

 

thanks

 

ken baker



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You should find what you need here, and then some  ;)

http://tdev.me/2010/...dumps/#iMac13,1

 







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