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Apple Service Diagnostic ASD 3S135

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    Apple Service Diagnostic ASD 3S135


    Apple Service Diagnostic ASD 3S135 | 3.55 GB

    Apple Service Diagnostics (ASD) is distributed to Apple Service Providers. The Apple Service Diagnostics application is designed to run both EFI and Mac OS X tests from an external USB hard drive. Apple Service Diagnostics (EFI) runs low-level tests of the hardware directly and does not require Mac OS X, while Apple Service Diagnostics (OS) uses Mac OS X to run tests.
    Description :Installing Apple Service Diagnostics on a USB hard drive.
    Please refer to the document "Installing ASD on a USB hard drive" included with this release.
    Booting and using the Apple Service Diagnostics application.
    ! Before using Apple Service Diagnostics, disconnect any Ethernet network, USB, and audio cables!
    With the USB hard drive containing ASD OS 3S135 and ASD EFI 3S135 plugged into a USB port, restart the computer and hold down the option key as the computer boots up into the Boot Picker. To run ASD (EFI) select the "ASD EFI 3S135" drive icon and press return or select it with a mouse click. To run ASD (OS) select the "ASD OS 3S135" drive icon and press return or select it with a mouse click. ASD (EFI) will load in 20-30 seconds; ASD (OS) will load in 1-2 minutes. After running ASD (OS) or ASD (EFI), press the Shut Down button to shut down the computer. Removed the USB drive.

    Changes to ASD 3S135
    EFI user interface has been changed to better match the OS user interface. Those changes are listed in ASD User Guide.
    Added support for new Macintosh releases listed below.
    ASD 3S135 supports the following machines
    MacBook (13-inch, Late 2009)
    iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2009)
    iMac (27-inch, Late 2009)
    Mac mini (Late 2009)

    Ext. Information : Full translation of the description deliberately did not, who knows what it is - understands and who does not understand that IMHO it is absolutely not necessary.
    In a nutshell, are as follows: The most recent diagnostic drive Apple.
    This version add support for new models of Mack:
    MacBook (13-inch, Late 2009)
    iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2009)
    iMac (27-inch, Late 2009)
    Mac mini (Late 2009)


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