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DarwinDumper v2.8.8
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App to dump OS X system information to aid troubleshooting.

A collection of scripts and tools to provide a convenient method to quickly gather a system overview of your OS X System. The app can be run from either the Finder or command line, with the resulting dumps saved to a 'DarwinDumperReports' folder in the same directory of the main app.

The following can be dumped:

- ACPI tables.- Audio codec and further info.- Boot loaders and configuration files.- Device-properties.- Disk partition structure / info.- Disk sectors (hex).- DMI (SMBIOS).- EDID.- I/O Kit Registry.- EFI Memory Map.- EFI vars (some).- Kernel information- Kext List- NVRAM.- SMC Keys.- LSPCI (PCI vendor & device codes) dumps.- RTC.- System Profiler.- System BIOS.- System Log(s).- Video BIOS.

The app can create an HTML report showing a complete overview.

There is a 'privacy' option that will mask sensitive informationin the dumped files and the HTML report. For example, the IOPlatformSerialNumber, IOPlatformUUID, IOMACAddress(s) ,USB Serial Number(s), SystemSerialNumber, serial-number, fmm-mobileme-token-FMM, MLB and ROM efi vars.



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