Jump to content
Andy Vandijck

Decompiled original Apple DSDTs

134 posts in this topic

Recommended Posts

Advertisement

Another update.

There are some models added.

I also extracted and decoded the EDID blocks now (can be handy if you want to mod your own EDID).

Soon I'll also add MacBookPro8,2 (as I'm going to buy one of these) ;)

 

Download:

https://rapidshare.c...s-2_12_2011.zip

 

Mac models currently collected

 

* iMac

-> iMac5,1

-> iMac6,1

-> iMac7,1

-> iMac8,1

-> iMac10,1

-> iMac11,1

-> iMac11,2

-> iMac12,2

 

* MacBook

-> MacBook1,1

-> MacBook2,1

-> MacBook3,1

-> MacBook4,1

-> MacBook5,2

-> MacBook6,1

 

* MacBook Air

-> MacBookAir1,1

-> MacBookAir2,1

-> MacBookAir3,2

-> MacBookAir4,2

 

* MacBook Pro

-> MacBookPro3,1

-> MacBookPro4,1

-> MacBookPro5,1

-> MacBookPro5,2

-> MacBookPro5,3

-> MacBookPro5,4

-> MacBookPro5,5

-> MacBookPro6,1

-> MacBookPro6,2

-> MacBookPro7,1

-> MacBookPro8,1

 

* Mac Mini

-> Macmini1,1

-> Macmini2,1

-> Macmini3,1

-> Macmini5,2

 

* Mac Pro

-> MacPro1,1

-> MacPro2,1

-> MacPro3,1

-> MacPro4,1

-> MacPro5,1

 

* Xserve

-> Xserve2,1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I bought myself a MacBookPro8,2 (Late 2011 MacBook Pro 15").

I extracted all info + made .ioreg file from IORegistryExplorer

Download in attachmentMacBookPro8,2.zip

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The full pack with all models collected so far.

 

Download:

https://rapidshare.com/files/1808654539/ioregs_25_12_2011.zip

 

 

Mac models currently collected

 

* iMac

-> iMac5,1

-> iMac6,1

-> iMac7,1

-> iMac8,1

-> iMac10,1

-> iMac11,1

-> iMac11,2

-> iMac12,2

 

* MacBook

-> MacBook1,1

-> MacBook2,1

-> MacBook3,1

-> MacBook4,1

-> MacBook5,2

-> MacBook6,1

 

* MacBook Air

-> MacBookAir1,1

-> MacBookAir2,1

-> MacBookAir3,2

-> MacBookAir4,2

 

* MacBook Pro

-> MacBookPro3,1

-> MacBookPro4,1

-> MacBookPro5,1

-> MacBookPro5,2

-> MacBookPro5,3

-> MacBookPro5,4

-> MacBookPro5,5

-> MacBookPro6,1

-> MacBookPro6,2

-> MacBookPro7,1

-> MacBookPro8,1

-> MacBookPro8,2

 

* Mac Mini

-> Macmini1,1

-> Macmini2,1

-> Macmini3,1

-> Macmini5,2

 

* Mac Pro

-> MacPro1,1

-> MacPro2,1

-> MacPro3,1

-> MacPro4,1

-> MacPro5,1

 

* Xserve

-> Xserve2,1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I currently have all the 2012 Mac models ACPI tables. (At least the ones that are shipping). Still need the 24-inch iMac (Think its iMac13,2).

 

Do you guys/girls need them?

 

PS. And the Mid 2012 MacPro5,1 with the processor bump.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks for posting these mrengles.

Having a quick look at the ioreg for these new machines I see ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin is now X86PlatformPlugin and the P/CStates are now presented differently. Much cleaner.

post-331032-0-52086200-1355133132_thumb.png

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

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.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×