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‘Error 5570’ while trying 4,1 to 5,1 firmware update

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‘Error 5570’ while trying 4,1 to 5,1 firmware update

Post by artfarm1 » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:57 pm

I’m trying to do the firmware update from 4,1 to 5,1 for my 2009 MacPro 2×2.26 Quadcore.
(the current firmware is the MP41.0081.B07)

I’ve downloaded the firmware upgrade program from here: http://forum.netkas.org/index.php/topic,852.0.html

While running the program, I get the ‘Error 5770’ message.

Some suggestions to the problem from on-line searches say:
— problem could be caused by my having El Capitan.
— problem by having ‘SIP’ enabled . (*I did try it by rebooting with SIP disabled, but still got the same error message)
— problem might be that I have an SSD as my boot drive.

Any other suggestions or ideas?

I know that many of you have done this, and I’m late to the party.

Re: ‘Error 5770’ while trying 4,1 to 5,1 firmware update

Post by buzzsmith » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:33 pm

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Re: ‘Error 5770’ while trying 4,1 to 5,1 firmware update

Post by HCMarkus » Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:23 pm

I’d suggest review of the Netkas thread, especially towards the end.

Here’s the latest successful upgrader’s take on steps required:

1. Boot into recovery mode and disable SIP since I’m running El Capitan
2. Reboot [Turn off any outbound firewall like LittleSnitch since the script needs Internet access]
3. Mount the MacProEFIUpdate dmg (for 5.1)
4. Run MacEFIRom’s utility.
5. Shutdown and power back up by holding the power button until light flashes and tone sounds [and screen appears with fat progress bar]
6. Verify Boot ROM Version: MP51.007F.B03
7. Boot into recovery mode and enable SIP
8. Reboot

As I found out DO NOT RELEASE POWER BUTTON after tone until screen appears with fat progress bar.

In general it seems that the most common reasons why the ‘5,1’ firmware upgrade may fail are:
Error 5570, due to Apple’s renaming of their ‘5,1’ firmware disk-image download, which can be resolved either by using pigsyn’s patched edition of the tool (which incorporates the new DL link), or manually DL’ing & pre-mounting that disk image
not having the latest ‘4,1’ firmware (‘MP41.0081.B07/B08’) already installed
using a non-(Mac-)EFI graphics card
using a ‘non-traditional’ boot drive (e.g., non-GPT/-EFI, or PCIe/SSD, etc.), and/or running under a recent OS that has SIP enabled (e.g., OS X 10.11 ‘El Capitan’ in default config)

Pigsyn’s patch and instructions can be found in Page 64 of Thread, posts #964 and 966.

I had best results updating from a Mountain Lion start up. When I first did the update in 2012, the original installer worked. The above-noted Pigsyn’s patch may now be necessary; I used it when I did my last update (my backup Mac Pro) this past summer. Another one I assisted with about 1.5 years back required a patched updater as well.

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flowrider

macrumors 604

Instead of having to read through this whole thread for the answer, can someone sum up for me why the X5690 is better than the W series?

Also, is a W3680 with B1 stepping fine? Does stepping matter?

Differences are spelled out here:

X5680 has higher Temp Rating

X5680 in a Mac can handle 64GB RAM, W3680 can handle 56GB RAM

h9826790

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dmylrea

macrumors 601

Instead of having to read through this whole thread for the answer, can someone sum up for me why the X5690 is better than the W series?

Also, is a W3680 with B1 stepping fine? Does stepping matter?

An advantage of having a X-series over the W-series is that just in case you ever go with a dual CPU Mac Pro, you already have one of the needed two CPU’s. With a W-series, you’d have to sell it and buy two X-series.

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With a X5690 going for just over $200 on ebay, there really isn’t a reason to go with W-series, IMHO.

Also, B1 is a normal stepping. There is only one stepping for the W3680/X5680/X5690 and it’s B1. Just don’t buy a CPU identified with a s-spec starting with «Q». They are pre-production. It should say SLBV2 (or SLBVX for the X5690).

flowrider

macrumors 604

Yes, thanks, I corrected it.

Tucom

Cancelled

An advantage of having a X-series over the W-series is that just in case you ever go with a dual CPU Mac Pro, you already have one of the needed two CPU’s. With a W-series, you’d have to sell it and buy two X-series.

With a X5690 going for just over $200 on ebay, there really isn’t a reason to go with W-series, IMHO.

Also, I think the B1 stepping is a pre-release version. Normal ones show SLBVX.

Besides higher temp, memory, and ability for dual processor support later, are there any other advantages? EDIT — checked the link Lou linked, that link is terrible for GB scores — browsing GeekBench’s own browser, the 5690 is right on par with the W series counterpart. So, there’s that.

flowrider

macrumors 604

^^^^My understanding is it will boot, it just won’t recognize all the RAM installed.

h9826790

macrumors P6

I don’t have the RAM to test it by myself, but seems it won’t.

todesto

macrumors member

Upgraded to X5690

Happy to report that I just finished upgrading my CPU with X5690.

It was so helpful reading the thread and had me prepared well when CPU came.
Took about 15 min including cleaning CPU with Artic Cleaner.

Putting CPU and locking was tricky as it was giving so much pressure to CPU bracket but that is how it is as mentioned in previous post!

I’m posting Geekbench score with W3530 (right after reboot) and after with X5690.

Thank you Phillima1957 and others for kind advices.

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macrumors newbie

I just ordered an X5690 from the link above to upgrade my 4,1 2.66 Quad.

I decided to do the firmware upgrade and when I attempt it, I get the message:-

‘The program has encountered an error: 5570’

I googled this and there was some reference that the EFI update is not needed, however the machine shows it as a 4,1 (not a 5,1). Also, the option to downgrade is not available as I thought it might be if the machine has already been upgraded).

Does anyone have any thoughts? I’m worried I ordered my new CPU in vain.

hadleydb

macrumors 6502

I just ordered an X5690 from the link above to upgrade my 4,1 2.66 Quad.

I decided to do the firmware upgrade and when I attempt it, I get the message:-

‘The program has encountered an error: 5570’

I googled this and there was some reference that the EFI update is not needed, however the machine shows it as a 4,1 (not a 5,1). Also, the option to downgrade is not available as I thought it might be if the machine has already been upgraded).

Does anyone have any thoughts? I’m worried I ordered my new CPU in vain.

Here is what soren4 wrote in another thread to fix that problem. I hope it works. I am going to try it tonight probably.

«Actually I found the solution on Netkas.org. The site was down for a good portion of today and I wasn’t abel to search their archives.

Apparently all you have to do is this:

Download the Mac Pro Firmware update 1.5 (MacProEFIUpdate.dmg) from Apple: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1321

With the downloaded .dmg on the desktop, double click to mount the image.

Run the Mac Pro 2009-2010 Firmware Tool. It will automatically locate the package and proceed to the next phase of reboot and power switch hold until the little light above the power button begins to flash or you hear a long beep.

There is no need to rename or replace anything. The Firmware Tool grabs the package and proceeds with the process with no 5570 error message.

Hope this helps other Mac Pro 2009 users who are attempting this firmware update.»

biker4mac

macrumors member

I’m currently looking at the need to add another computer to my arsenal. A nMP just doesn’t make sense for me — primarily because the rendering I do requires CUDA and the nVidia implementation of OpenCL. So paying a premium for ATI cards I cannot use just doesn’t make sense. Then there is the fact that I can tuck expansion into the MP case instead of having everything external for the nMP.

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So I’m looking at refurb 2012 MP models. The difference between a 12-core 2.66Ghz model and a 12-core 3.46Ghz model is about $1300. Looking at various options for processors, I could probably save a little money by getting the slower processor model and upgrading.

From a strictly financial standpoint, it would pretty much be a wash. But the other advantage to upgrading would be to spread the costs out a bit — buy the refurb and then a few months later buy the upgrade processors.

It also looks like I’d take less of a hit if I bought a 3.46Ghz PC, swapped the processors in both directions, and then sold the resulting 2.66Ghz PC.

Any thoughts on my plans? Just get the 3.46Ghz refurb MP from the start? Get the 2.66Ghz refurb MP and do the swap? And am I correct that the 3.46Ghz processor is the “top of the line” — there is nothing available above that?

Jon-PDX

macrumors regular

If it was me I would go for the 3.46 refurb since that is what you said you want.

The reason being is you get a warranty with the refurb and if you have any problems you’ll be able to get it taken care of. If you go for the lower processor speed and then swap out for the higher CPUs it’s possible Apple would refuse to repair it because you had made changes to the CPU.

dmylrea

macrumors 601

I’m currently looking at the need to add another computer to my arsenal. A nMP just doesn’t make sense for me — primarily because the rendering I do requires CUDA and the nVidia implementation of OpenCL. So paying a premium for ATI cards I cannot use just doesn’t make sense. Then there is the fact that I can tuck expansion into the MP case instead of having everything external for the nMP.

So I’m looking at refurb 2012 MP models. The difference between a 12-core 2.66Ghz model and a 12-core 3.46Ghz model is about $1300. Looking at various options for processors, I could probably save a little money by getting the slower processor model and upgrading.

From a strictly financial standpoint, it would pretty much be a wash. But the other advantage to upgrading would be to spread the costs out a bit — buy the refurb and then a few months later buy the upgrade processors.

It also looks like I’d take less of a hit if I bought a 3.46Ghz PC, swapped the processors in both directions, and then sold the resulting 2.66Ghz PC.

Any thoughts on my plans? Just get the 3.46Ghz refurb MP from the start? Get the 2.66Ghz refurb MP and do the swap? And am I correct that the 3.46Ghz processor is the “top of the line” — there is nothing available above that?

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whats wrong? why won’t let me upgrade 4,1 to 5,1 firmware?

reddemonic

macrumors member

see attached screenshot. i keep getting the «5570» error pop up. message

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avkdm

macrumors regular

reddemonic

macrumors member

afraid it doesn’t work,

do i need to use an older OS X?

Inutopia

macrumors 6502

I don’t think you’ve done what was suggested.

Mount the DMG you downloaded then run the firmware hack with the official update mounted. The problem which error 5570 is that it can’t find the update, because apple moved it. I came up against the same problem and found the answer on Google in about 5 seconds.

reddemonic

macrumors member

flehman

macrumors 6502

I don’t think you’ve done what was suggested.

Mount the DMG you downloaded then run the firmware hack with the official update mounted. The problem which error 5570 is that it can’t find the update, because apple moved it. I came up against the same problem and found the answer on Google in about 5 seconds.

This is correct. See link to netkas forum thread below and read posts 808 and 817:

I encountered this error when upgrading my own Mac Pro 4,1 to the 5,1 firmware. I followed the procedure in post 808 and successfully finished the update. The simpler approach in post 817 should work as well although I did not personally employ it.

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reddemonic

macrumors member

carpsafari

Suspended

I hope someone knows the answer why my Mac Pro 2009 quad-core 4.1 is failing to accept the 5.1 firmware.

Although I encountered the error 5570, I managed to get through the procedure. but. after rebooting, waiting for the light to flicker. than the chime. and after almost 10 minutes booted up again as firmware 4.1.

I’ve PRAM’ed and tried at least 5 times, everytime the same thing. flicker and chime, rebooting and. nothing!

Synchro3

macrumors 68000

I hope someone knows the answer why my Mac Pro 2009 quad-core 4.1 is failing to accept the 5.1 firmware.

Although I encountered the error 5570, I managed to get through the procedure. but. .after rebooting , waiting for the light to flicker. than the chime. and after almost 10 minutes booted up again as firmware 4.1.

I’ve PRAM’ed and tried at least 5 times, everytime the same thing. flicker and chime, rebooting and. nothing!

carpsafari

Suspended

Thanks @Synchro3, but I failed to state I did shut down, before holding the power button. (English is not my native tongue)

ps I run a PC card, not flashed, so I don’t see the progress bar!

Bubalight

macrumors member

Synchro3

macrumors 68000

Thanks @Synchro3, but I failed to state I did shut down, before holding the power button. (English is not my native tongue)

ps I run a PC card, not flashed, so I don’t see the progress bar!

carpsafari

Suspended

Strange, I upgraded the firmware of my 2x 2.26 4.1, with no problem and I used a flashed GTX 680.

Ah, no EFI. OK maybe I put the GTX 680 in the other Mac than, can try that! Thanks @Bubalight.

carpsafari

Suspended

carpsafari

Suspended

OK, I got firmware 5.1 working.

Thanks guys for the quick response.

0488568

Cancelled

carpsafari

Suspended

The firmware itself didn’t change, but the EFIupdate did (they say). You’re fine.

Although it seems you don’t need it running those quads.

0488568

Cancelled

The firmware itself didn’t change, but the EFIupdate did (they say). You’re fine.

Although it seems you don’t need it running those quads.

Im thinking of maxing it out in the near future with the dual 6 core 3,4ghz Xeons.

Thanks for the update.

pigsyn

macrumors member

see attached screenshot. i keep getting the «5570» error pop up. message

Synchro3

macrumors 68000

For the impatient.

Fangio

macrumors 6502

For the impatient.

Thats the original app from MacEFIRom.

As I understand it, Pigsyn’s patched version will help everyone bypass the 5570 error, caused by Apple renaming the cMP 2010 EFI Firmware Update 1.5 download link that was hardcoded into the script of MacEFIRom’s original version.

Flocarino

macrumors regular

Sorry for this thread but I am going desperate here as I got a »new» 4.1 cMP dual 2.66Ghz and it is impossible to apply the firmware with all the tricks mentioned here and on Netkas website. I downgraded to OX Yosemite from El Capitan, disable SIP. etc. NOTHING works. always get the 5570 ERROR.
These are the actual settings:
Boot ROM Version: MP41.0081.B07
SMC Version (system): 1.39f5
SMC Version (processor tray): 1.39f5

I downloaded the 1.5 Firmware and applied the manual trick. NOTHING

Please help me before I get rid of the Mac Pro. Thank you!

PS. by the way, the GPU is a 7970 Radeon 3GB Gigabyte (flashed) Boot Screen

tsialex

macrumors G4

Sorry for this thread but I am going desperate here as I got a »new» 4.1 cMP dual 2.66Ghz and it is impossible to apply the firmware with all the tricks mentioned here and on Netkas website. I downgraded to OX Yosemite from El Capitan, disable SIP. etc. NOTHING works. always get the 5570 ERROR.
These are the actual settings:
Boot ROM Version: MP41.0081.B07
SMC Version (system): 1.39f5
SMC Version (processor tray): 1.39f5

I downloaded the 1.5 Firmware and applied the manual trick. NOTHING

Please help me before I get rid of the Mac Pro. Thank you!

PS. by the way, the GPU is a 7970 Radeon 3GB Gigabyte (flashed) Boot Screen

I can’t do this immediately, maybe on Monday/Tuesday, but I can reconstruct 140.0.0.0.0 for your MP4,1 if you send your BootROM dump and a photo of the ESN label.

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