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Hey Rich: you have two issues. First the physical firmware you have in your MacPro is version 4,1 and the only update Apple has is update 1.4 for that machine. As you know it requires the firmware 5,1 to work. At this time Apple isn't showing any upgrade path for your machine. And given the list of what else Apple is dropping off in the way of software, it is unlikely Apple will issue a firmware patch for your machine. You can see if you can request that Apple will make an exception and issue a firmware update to allow but everyone knows that will fall on deaf ears. And like Dan said, there just may be too many issues in Sierra that a hack fix may not b able to address. Say hi to your awesome tech.
Hey Rich: you have two issues. First the physical firmware you have in your MacPro is version 4,1 and the only update Apple has is update 1.4 for that machine. As you know it requires the firmware 5,1 to work. At this time Apple isn't showing any upgrade path for your machine. And given the list of what else Apple is dropping off in the way of software, it is unlikely Apple will issue a firmware patch for your machine. You can see if you can request that Apple will make an exception and issue a firmware update to allow but everyone knows that will fall on deaf ears. And like Dan said, there just may be too many issues in Sierra that a hack fix may not b able to address. Say hi to your awesome tech.
 
And accordingYou have two issues: First the physical firmware you have in your MacPro is version 4,1 and the only update Apple has is update 1.4 for that machine. As you know it requires the firmware 5,1 to work.

At this time Apple isn't showing any upgrade path for your machine. And given the list of what else Apple is dropping off in the way of software, it's unlikely Apple will issue a firmware patch for your machine.

You can see if you can request that Apple will make an exception, and issue a firmware update to allow it but everyone knows that will fall on deaf ears.

And like Dan said, there just may be too many issues in Sierra that a hack fix may not be able to address. Say hi to your awesome techs.

According
to Apple forum the error 5570 is basically to tell you your 4,1 firmware 1.4 is already up to date.
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6826564?start=0&tstart=0
date: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6826564?start=0&tstart=0
And accordingYou have two issues: First the physical firmware you have in your MacPro is version 4,1 and the only update Apple has is update 1.4 for that machine. As you know it requires the firmware 5,1 to work.

At this time Apple isn't showing any upgrade path for your machine. And given the list of what else Apple is dropping off in the way of software, it's unlikely Apple will issue a firmware patch for your machine.

You can see if you can request that Apple will make an exception, and issue a firmware update to allow it but everyone knows that will fall on deaf ears.

And like Dan said, there just may be too many issues in Sierra that a hack fix may not be able to address. Say hi to your awesome techs.

According
to Apple forum the error 5570 is basically to tell you your 4,1 firmware 1.4 is already up to date.
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6826564?start=0&tstart=0
date: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6826564?start=0&tstart=0

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Hey Rich: you have two issues. First the physical firmware you have in your MacPro is version 4,1 and the only update Apple has is update 1.4 for that machine. As you know it requires the firmware 5,1 to work. At this time Apple isn't showing any upgrade path for your machine. And given the list of what else Apple is dropping off in the way of software, it is unlikely Apple will issue a firmware patch for your machine. You can see if you can request that Apple will make an exception and issue a firmware update to allow but everyone knows that will fall on deaf ears. And like Dan said, there just may be too many issues in Sierra that a hack fix may not b able to address. Say hi to your awesome tech.
 
And according to Apple forum the error 5570 is basically to tell you your 4,1 firmware 1.4 is already up to date.
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6826564?start=0&tstart=0

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Message d'origine par : Ken ,

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Hey Rich:  you have two issues. First the physical firmware you have in your MacPro is  version 4,1 and the only update Apple has is update 1.4 for that machine.  As you know it requires the firmware 5,1 to work. At this time Apple isn't showing any upgrade path for your machine. And given the list of what else Apple is dropping off in the way of software, it is unlikely Apple will issue a firmware patch for your machine.  You can see if you can request that Apple will make an exception and issue a firmware update to allow but everyone knows that will fall on deaf ears. And like Dan said, there just may be too many issues in Sierra that a hack fix may not b able to address.  Say hi to your awesome tech.

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