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    Default soldering/flashing macpro efi to "nearly compatible" board?

    what about soldering/flashing macpro efi to "nearly compatible" board?

    has anyone ever thought about that possibility?
    is it a possibility?

    best,

    Dave

    b.t.w.: what about a dedicated hardware-hacking and/or efi-hacking forum?



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    u will fail anyway

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    why? what may we do to bring this forward?

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    It's been done on X1900XT.

 

 

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