> from my experience all Intel
>Macs use a
>32-bit EFI implementation
Be careful here. The MacBook Pro's released since last year are 64-bit.
--- At Tue, 29 Jan 2008 09:22:28 -0800, Dave Canfield wrote:
>FWIW, I just completed an EFI driver project and found that when our
>driver was compiled
>as an EBC image it would fail on the Mac in seemingly random ways. The
>same EBC image
>would work as expected on a PC however. We also found that the same
>driver compiled as
>a 32-bit image would work fine on the Mac (from my experience all Intel
>Macs use a
>32-bit EFI implementation) To work around this, our rom carries two EFI
>a 32-bit image and an EBC image.
>The version of EFI implemented on my Macs is 1.10 while the PC is based
>on 2.0. My
>guess is that the EBC interpreter in EFI 2.0 has had some work done on
>it to make it
>On Behalf Of Alexander v. Below
>Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 2:39 AM
>To: Siraj Waghu
>Subject: Re: EFI boot drivers support
>as far as I know, the only thing you should make sure is to use Efi Byte
>Code (EBC). Are you experiencing any problems?
>Am 29.01.2008 um 08:00 schrieb Siraj Waghu:
>> I want to know that if I have a PCI card with an EFI boot driver will
>> it be supported on all Intel Macs with PCI card slot. Is there any
>> restriction as far as the system EFI version or Mac OS X version is
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