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Computer will run off battery and recognize battery percentage but not amperage in system profile. When plugged in it will change to charging but percentage will not increase. Current sensing resistors all check out fine. Battery works fine on another board. Is this a SMC or SMC data line issue?
Here http://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-amp-System-Tools.html Im assuming it has a Clean ME now. Everything seams to work and am having no issues with graphics. This was the model thats basically a 21.5" MacBook air.
I have a 21.5" iMac 820-4668. It will boot most of the way. It get to about 50 percent at normal speed. Then take a couple minutes to get all the way to 100% but will never finish booting. I have tried multiple clean installs on multiple drives.
I read the original chip and stole that ME Region but the computer was back to being dead with that ME region. Put in a new ME region from here http://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-amp-System-Tools.html and everything is working fine now. Thanks again Duke. So...
All Resistors around the Bios Chip Check and look clean, U1950 is getting its voltage and isnt fucked, Check with another clock chip off a working board and still the same problems, I am getting a quick pulse on L7520 and all coils are fine
So i have a vomit damaged 3437 that came in fully dead no green light. Removed the Jtag connector, ran some wires and replaced SMC and some other small resistors. Now I have green light and PM_DSW_PWRGD but no PM_SLP_S4_L.
PPBUS_G3H - 8.6V
PP5V_S5 - 5V
PP3V3_S5 - 3.3V
PP3V3_SUS - 3.3V...
Well looks like some people got there new MacBook Pros and took them apart. Who's ready for Data Recovery on these machines!! http://www.macrumors.com/2016/11/15/macbook-pro-touch-bar-non-removable-ssd/
This is a picture of the new MacBook Pro With touch bar's logic board from Apple. Looks like a soldered in SSD to me. The base no touch bar model still has a removal SSD but its some more non standard garbage.