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EFI flash chip High def image

hi everyone i am looking for a High def image of the EFI flash chip on the MacBook Air 11" Mid 2012 A1465 LB:820-3435-B. I have the above logic board missing the Flash chip, so please if anyone know of the markings on the chip please post them on here.

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BIOS EFI firmware chip: A1466 Apple MacBook Air 13" i7 1.7GHZ early 2014.

Getting the Atmel chip alone won't help you. They will need your systems S/N to burn it.

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This won't work. All core i machines speak to the PCH using a section of the BIOS called the "ME region" which is intel management engine. A new BIOS chip will have a &&^&@@ up ME region which will not speak to the PCH, you will need a BIOS programmer and a known good dump with clean ME region in order to do this successfully. So don't expect it to work out of the box just with a new chip, or a chip from an identical board. Think of it like an ssh session - if anything changes on the machine you are sshing into, your computer, having saved that computer's information, will warn you before it allows you to ssh in. Same with BIOS chip & PCH.

If it is missing the flash chip it is probably some stolen crap and I would dump it before it comes back to haunt you.

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