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Aktuelle Version von: royolse ,

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Sure, you can trigger an SMC reset with the SmcFlasher tool.
 
* Grab the appropriate SMC firmware update for your machine from Apple.
 
* Locate and extract the SmcFlasher.efi from the firmware update package and tuck it somewhere on your system drive. The Pacifist tool is of great help here.
 
* Next boot into an EFI shell such as the one included in the rEFInd boot manager, navigate to where you put the SmcFlasher.efi and run it with the parameters -reset 1 option.
* Next boot into an EFI shell such as the one included in the rEFInd boot manager, navigate to where you put the SmcFlasher.efi and run it with the parameters -reset 1 option.
 
Let's say I put it in a folder named "smc" on the root of the system drive, I would then
 
fs1:
 
cd smc
 
./SmcFlasher.efi -reset 1
 
Voila.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: royolse ,

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Sure, you can trigger an SMC reset with the SmcFlasher tool.

* Grab the appropriate SMC firmware update for your machine from Apple. 

* Locate and extract the SmcFlasher.efi from the firmware update package and tuck it somewhere on your system drive. The Pacifist tool is of great help here. 

* Next boot into an EFI shell such as the one included in the rEFInd boot manager, navigate to where you put the SmcFlasher.efi and run it with the -reset 1 option.

Let's say I put it in a folder named "smc" on the root of the system drive, I would then

fs1:

cd smc

./SmcFlasher.efi -reset 1

Voila.

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