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Doctor JO

Macbook pro 13 Retina Late 2013 i need EFI Dump file.

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Hi guys, i have one Macbook pro 13 Retina Late 2013 and he have broke EFI (BIOS) chip, i solder him out and make original dump back up via my mini programmer, all what i need good and clean EFI dump for my mac.

Info about my system: Macbook pro 13 Retina Late 2013

Model: A1502
EMC: 2678

Motherboard model: 820-3536-A

Please help me to find that file, apple.com doesn't content anything like that, i don't need BIOS update file with .dmg extension,i need .bin with dump and of course without EFI lock.

If people are interesting how to do that i can make post with photo and explanation how to open, disassemble, and chip programming.

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