· If you are running these versions, you do not need a firmware update: Mac Pro: Mac Pro (Late 2013) MacPro6,1: MP61.0116.B04 (EFI 2.0) 2.20f18 (SMC 2.0) Mac Pro (Mid 2010) MacPro5,1: MP51.007F.B03 (EFI 1.5) Mac Pro (Early 2009) MacPro4,1: MP41.0081.B07 (EFI 1.4) Mac Pro (Early 2008) MacPro3,1: MP31.006C.B05 (EFI 1.3) Mac Pro (8-core) MacPro2,1: MP21.007F.B06 (EFI 1.2) 1.15f3 (SMC 1.1) Mac Pro ...
Mac Pro 2009-2012. The Early 2009 Mac Pro—also known as the Mac Pro 4,1—introduced Intel's Nehalem architecture to Apple's line of professional desktop computers in March 2009. The Mac Pro 5,1 used the same interior design but received further CPU updates in 2010 and 2012.
· Update: had the firmware update disk image named wrong. I download both version 1 and 1.5. Version 1.5 got renamed with -2.dmg. Now running with 3.46 ghz quad core and 16gb of 1333 MHz RAM operating at 1066 MHz for some reason.
I plan on getting a new graphics card anyway (a Metal capable one so I can run Mojave) would I be able to still update the firmware if I got a brand new metal supported card or do I specifically need an ATI Radeon graphics card in order to update the firmware? I'm also planning to get more higher speed RAM but I am limited due to still having 4,1 firmware.
· In general it seems that the most common reasons why the '5,1' firmware upgrade may fail are: Error 5570, due to Apple's renaming of their '5,1' firmware disk-image download, which can be resolved either by using pigsyn's patched edition of the tool (which incorporates the new DL link), or manually DL'ing & pre-mounting that disk image
The program checks the Mac Pro model and will install the 2009 Mac Pro firmware or the 2010 Mac Pro firmware, whichever is appropriate. If you have a 2010 Mac Pro with a 6-core Xeon, the program will warn you, but still allow the firmware update. The download does not contain any firmware updater files or image files. The program creates a small RAM disk, downloads the needed files, copies all ...
· When the 2010s were first available, the firmware ended in B00, I believe. An update was made available months later ending in B03. That is the one that is still available for download. The image of the new Mac Pro is something you can ignore. Apple uses that in every page related to the Mac Pro regardless of version.
· Topic: Mac Pro Firmware Upgrade Utility Released! (Read 2372661 times) VWJetta. Not Newbie Offline Posts: 7. Re: Mac Pro Firmware Upgrade Utility Released! « Reply #585 on: July 31, 2013, 04:03:18 PM » Are there some issues going on with this upgrade lately? I've done this several time in the past with absolutely no issue. This latest time, I'm trying on 2 separate Mac Pros and am getting ...
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