md313 bios chip raw daata

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by sasanam, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. sasanam macrumors newbie

    Oct 3, 2012
    i replace new bios chip for md313 to reset EFi password
    now i need to programing new chip
    but it need chip data raw from other md313
    some body can help me ?:(
    or clone me chip data raw
  2. simsaladimbamba

    Nov 28, 2010
    You have the capacity to replace a soldered chip on an i5 MacBook Pro to reset an EFI password (Macs don't have a BIOS) but not the actual data? And how can we copy data off some chip?
    And why couldn't Apple help you reset the password, since the Mac is probably still inside the one-year warranty?
    It sounds fishy.
  3. sasanam thread starter macrumors newbie

    Oct 3, 2012
    1-all laptops have a bios chip INCLUDING THE NEW MACS. The only difference is that apple uses a NEWER BIOS CALLED EFI . If you ask any apple tech they will tell you that macs do not have a BIOS. Thats a bunch of crap!!! All computers need a chip to give out instructions when you press the power button. This chip on macs is manufactured by a company called Atmel and it is visible when you take off the bottom cover of your mac. Atmel chips have been around for years

    2- i cant use apple warranty becoz no applestore in my country

    3- it need special equipment to clone chip data raw
  4. Intell macrumors P6


    Jan 24, 2010
    EFI is not BIOS. EFI is firmware. BIOS is a simple form of firmware as well. BIOS stands for Basic In Out System. EFI is not basic at all and is rather extensible and powerful. Macs do not have any form of BIOS. The closest thing they have is a BIOS emulation layer that runs on top of EFI.
  5. dmccloud macrumors 6502a


    Sep 7, 2009
    Anchorage, AK
    EFI is not a "newer BIOS". BIOS literally contains just the basic things needed to boot up a computer, whereas EFI is more complex and capable of many additional functions beyond what a BIOS can provide.

    Either way, this does sound fishy...
  6. T5BRICK macrumors G3


    Aug 3, 2006
    There is a good chance that the chip needs to be programmed before it is soldered into the logic board. Do you have the programmer needed to do this?
  7. old-wiz macrumors G3

    Mar 26, 2008
    West Suburban Boston Ma
    It sounds like the device is stolen and poster is trying to get it going again.

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