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693-4398-A.dmg (10.11 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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693-4327-A.dmg (10.39 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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693-3994-A.dmg (10.41 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-2910-A.dmg (18.33 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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693-4420-A.dmg (10.13 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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693-4050-A.dmg (10.38 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTG4_11.ZIP (7.90 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTG4_12.ZIP (8.40 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTG4Cube_11.ZIP (8.06 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiBook_12.ZIP (8.00 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiBook_123.ZIP (8.39 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiMac_101.ZIP (7.99 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiMac_11.ZIP (8.12 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiMac_11_DE.ZIP (8.09 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiMac_12.ZIP (8.39 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiMac_122.ZIP (8.37 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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AHTiMac_201.ZIP (8.28 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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eMac-1GHz-G4-HT.zip (8.33 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-5572-A_0Z.zip (151.58 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4213-A_0Z.zip (207.60 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4819-A.zip (1,005.28 KB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4769-A.zip (139.19 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4165-A.zip (7.87 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4942-A_2Z.zip (479.96 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-5891-A_0Z.zip (4.70 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-0390-E.zip (517.83 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-2363-A.zip (529.87 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-2110-E.zip (55.27 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4391-A.zip (8.00 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4020-A.zip (7.74 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-4777-A.zip (7.90 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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691-3135-a.dmg (8.94 MB)
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Apple Hardware Test (AHT) is organized in eight groups, due to model differences and non-concurrent version numbers.

OVERVIEW of Apple Hardware Test (AHT):
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-powermac-g4-cube
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-powermac-g4
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-powermac-g5
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-emac-and-imac-powerpc
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-laptops-powerpc
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-macmini-powerpc
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-xserve-powerpc
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-hardware-test-intel-macintosh

...before these 8 pages above get populated with downloads, why not see a project that could put all unmodified PPC AHT versions to shame. The PowerMac G4 link above now has an All-In-One effort, of multiple repaired AHT versions housed in a single partition.

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Apple used to have an official download site for AHT disc images. Since this site is gone, the individual images are now preserved here.

Apple Hardware Test (AHT) is a diagnostic CD that is distributed to customers who purchase a new Apple computer. If you have misplaced the Apple Hardware Test CD that came with your computer, you can download the appropriate CD image listed below and burn an AHT CD. In order to open the CD image, which is a device image file, you must use Mac OS X 10.1 or later, and the Disk Copy application (/Applications/Utilities) that comes with Mac OS X.

The quote above was written for the OSX 10.1 era, newer OSX of course uses Disk Utility not Disk Copy to burn CDs, but by the way burning to +16x 4.7GB DVD makes discs that can be read a lot faster than CD. Anyway, I find on my PowerMac G4 MDD-2003 I can installed and run all AHT versions from hard disk drive, ssd, and USB thumbdrive, sometimes requiring modding, but never requiring burning discs. AHT's directions also say to only plug the mouse into a keyboard, not the PowerMac, but I've never had to obey that either.

693-4398-A.dmg: iBook 1.2.4

Apple Hardware Test for iBook Version 1.2.4 CD for use with iBook (FireWire), iBook (Dual USB), iBook (Late 2001), iBook (14.1 LCD), iBook (16 VRAM), iBook (14.1 LCD 16 VRAM), iBook (Opaque 16 VRAM), iBook (32 VRAM) and iBook (14.1 LCD 32 VRAM).

MD5: 8f52a8a2836a9e557992b21598d4d748

693-4327-A.dmg: iMac eMac 1.2.2

AHT for iMac Version 1.2.2, for use with iMac (Summer 2000), iMac (Early 2001), iMac ( Summer 2001), iMac (Flat Panel) , eMac, and iMac (17-inch flat panel).

MD5: 92b234cd14b1e8b8725f154408615059

693-3994-A.dmg: Power Mac G4 1.2.6

AHT for Power Mac G4 Version 1.2.6, for use with Power Mac G4 (Gigabit Ethernet), Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio), Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver), and Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver 2002), added support for the NVIDIA GeForce2 Ti video card with (Gigabit Ethernet and Digital Audio) systems, Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver 2002ED), and PowerMac G4 (Mirrored Drive Doors).

MD5: aabf06513a597ee7dd40796483703ad2

691-2910-A.dmg: Power Mac G4 Cube 1.1

Apple Hardware Test for Power Mac G4 Cube version 1.1 CD for use with the Power Mac G4 Cube with CD-RW and the original Power Mac G4 Cube.

MD5: 837623a2b297728bf78579843895db35

693-4420-A.dmg: PowerBook 1.2.3

Apple Hardware Test for PowerBook Version 1.2.3, for use with PowerBook (FireWire), PowerBook G4, PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet), PowerBook G4 (DVI) and PowerBook G4 (1GHz/867MHz) systems.

MD5: 7dc5ccd6a06978635c1ab02c244bfbad

693-4050-A.dmg: Xserve 1.0

Apple Hardware Test for Xserve v1.0 CD for use with the Apple Xserve. It will not work with any other computer.

MD5: 56ce44950dabe75d10b40a99c5dbc3e2

691-4391.zip: Power Mac G4

Apple Hardware Test for Power Mac G4 v1.2.7 CD for use with the Apple Power Mac G4. It will not work with any other computer.

691-4020-A.zip: iBook 2002

Apple Hardware Test for iBook 2002 v1.2.4 CD for use with the Apple iBook 2002. It will not work with any other computer.

Additionally to the downloadable AHT images, here is a collection of Apple Hardware Test CDs that were distributed with new Apple computers. Some of them are older versions than the ones preserved above.

  1. AHTG4_11.ZIP: AHT for Power Mac G4 v1.1
  2. AHTG4_12.ZIP: AHT for Power Mac G4 v1.2
  3. AHTG4Cube_11.ZIP: AHT for Power Mac G4 Cube v1.1 (691-2910-A)
  4. AHTiBook_12.ZIP: AHT for iBook v1.2
  5. AHTiBook_123.ZIP: AHT for iBook v1.2.3
  6. AHTiMac_101.ZIP: AHT for iMac v1.0.1
  7. AHTiMac_11.ZIP: AHT for iMac v1.1 (Md5: 727A87529E3B4F9F40C35E8C05A6B21C)
  8. AHTiMac_11_DE.ZIP: AHT for iMac v1.1 German (Md5: 43034A157999BB33615C05123A24313E)
  9. AHTiMac_12.ZIP: AHT for iMac v1.2
  10. AHTiMac_122.ZIP: AHT for iMac v1.2.2
  11. AHTiMac_201.ZIP: AHT for iMac v2.0.1
  12. eMac-1GHz-G4-HT.zip AHT for G4 eMac ATI 8x combo (M8950LL/A) 1.0GHz
  13. 691-3135-a.dmg AHT for PowerMac G4 v1.2.1

Additionally to AHT, these are extended AppleCare images:

  1. 691-4213-A,0Z: AppleCare Protection Plan. TechTool Deluxe from Micromat. Mac OS X v10.1 or later_2003
  2. 691-4769-A: AppleCare Apple Service Diagnostic. v2.1.5. 2003-Dec. Supports all systems from 2003-Jan to 2003-Sep_2003
  3. 691-4819-A: AppleCare Apple Service Diagnostic. v2.3.2. 2003-Dec. iBook G4,iBook G4 (14.1 LCD),eMac (ATI Graphics),iMac (USB 2.0)_2003
  4. 691-4942-A,2Z::AppleCare. iBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. 2004-03_2004 (CD)
  5. 691-5572-A,0Z: AppleCare Protection Plan. TechTool Deluxe from Micromat_2005
  6. 691-5891-A,0Z:AppleCare. Protection Plan. TechTool Deluxe from Micromat_2006 (CD)

Advanced testing tools from Apple:

  1. 691-2110-D:MacTest Pro - 1999.05. MacTest Pro for Power Macintosh G3 and iMac_1999 (CD)
  2. 691-0390-E:Software recovery. Apple System Software - 1999.05. Disc 1. For Power Macintosh computers before G3_1999 (CD)
  3. 691-2363-A:Software recovery. Apple System Software - 1999.05. Disc 2. For Power Macintosh computers before G3_1999 (CD)

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Additional images:

691-4777-A,,Apple Hardware Test v2.0.2. iBook G4_2003 (CD)

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ABOUT AHT FOR POWERMAC G4 :

AHT v1.2.6-PM (693-3994-A) was made August 1 2002 and was applicable to the models Gigabit Ethernet thru MDD-2002, it can be run on MDD-FW800 and MDD-2003 but some info and test results are no longer accurate for those newer models. MDD-2003 NEVER was the same hardware as MDD-2002 !

AHT v1.2.7-PM (693-4821-A) was made March 20 2003 and is a tiny bug fix of v1.2.6 with its same hardware requirements. I could upload this soon.

AHT v2.0.0-PM (691-4165-A) was made January 16 2003 for MDD-FW800 only, and besides the version number there's only a single instruction difference from this next one ...

AHT v2.0.1-PM (693-4817-A) was made March 13 2003 also for MDD-FW800 only. v2.0.1 is a simple bug fix for v2.0.0

AHT v2.0.2-PM was made for MDD-2003 only? and it also houses an early or unfinished configuration file for PowerMac7,2 (the 2003 G5). See the AHT for PowerMac G4 or G5 page.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

AHT is a Firmware program, it does NOT run on Mac OS.

Comments

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by MacTouch - 2017, June 20 - 11:33am

is there a way in OS9 to copy hidden files off a read-only volume?? Anyone?

Sure ! You have some utilities who are doing that well. For example, File Buddy is a good one. Smile

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 20 - 8:15am

I use [diskutil list] to identify the AHT source. Could be a full device or a single partition.

* For a single disc

/dev/disk6 (external, physical):
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: CD_partition_scheme *36.5 MB disk6

* For a combined disc
/dev/disk6 (external, physical):
#: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER
0: Apple_partition_scheme *5.7 GB disk6
1: Apple_partition_map 32.3 KB disk6s1
2: Apple_Driver_ATAPI 4.1 KB disk6s2
3: Apple_HFS Mac OS X Install Disc 1 5.7 GB disk6s3
4: Apple_Boot Apple Hardware Test 48.3 MB disk6s4

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 20 - 4:26am

I don't see the need for any date number in parentheses trailing page names. Those year #s ought to go in the "Year released:" field inside each page, and still, # won't apply to all programs on the pages, just the oldest ones. Take a look at the "A" page for apps and see how these pages look There, without relying on the recent-changes page. Wouldn't it be best without any one year in each title? The majority of all software page titles don't have parentheses. On my mobile device all 8 page names wrap-around two lines of text, but all would fit nicely on one line each without their 'footnotes' in name. And, on the formal apps listing not recent-changes, the year Field is already shown, next to name and screenshot. The # in parentheses would be redundant!

Gosh, when I wrote the first list of names I wanted "release date" to line up as a column far to the right, so then it would be obvious the # isn't directly attached to the name, but everything I type is reformatted concerning 'white space' and sets of space chrs are constantly reduced to one space chr... this was a bummer misunderstanding eh?

Remember: AHT for models that don't boot OS 9 don't need the .img/rw/lock special treatment. For non-OS9, a compressed read-only format is fine. Since OSX has "AppleShowAllFiles" to show hidden things in Finder windows, we're not forced to unflag the files in order to get at them... or, is there a way in OS9 to copy hidden files off a read-only volume?? Anyone?

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 19 - 8:30pm

Guten Morgen SkyCaptM. I will lock my images after creating it. I completely forgot about doing it.

Give me some minutes and the AHT pages will be up and ready to be used.

I am still sorting out the batch of discs I received. When an AHT discs pop in front of me, I will create the image as suggested by you.

Just to confirm, pages should be named as:

Apple Hardware Test for Cube 2000-2001 (2000)
Apple Hardware Test for PowerMac G4 (2000)
Apple Hardware Test for PowerMac G5 (2003)
Apple Hardware Test for eMac and iMac-PowerPC (2000)
Apple Hardware Test for laptops-PowerPC (2000)
Apple Hardware Test for MacMini-PowerPC (2005)
Apple Hardware Test for Xserve-PowerPC (2002)
Apple Hardware Test for Intel Macintosh (2006)

Time for a nice coffee Smile

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 19 - 7:54pm

Ahh, a new day. I think the 8 new AHT pages should be deleted in favor of 8 more new ones with the shorter url's how said... it would be "fun" to start populating the new pages now, and see how the organizing falls in place.

@semv, the AHT .toast.zip images you've been uploading are unlocked rw images, the kind most members here like to see get Locked before uploading. Because all you have to do is open/mount the image once, and it will do OS maintenance on itself thus changing its own date and gaining the 'appearance' of being corrupted, the file in use no longer matching the download. Minor point I wanted to bring up.

But if you follow what I propose is the ideal AHT image here, it is on a rw image anyway so that OS9 can manipulate their hidden files in each image. In the grand scheme it's not too important, as long as there's one reliable unmodified scan done in any format, I can make the software do anything I want it to. I do however favor anyone using only OS9 and without Toast added/registered, being able to manipulate the individual files in the PowerPC AHT downloads Garden offers.

I do have some Intel Mac OEM gray discs (model specific) DVD length with AHT on them. I've never run it yet on my Intel Mac, I'm checking now to see if I can extract their smaller partitions of AHT and install+run, without disc, on Intel Mac hardware. And obviously AHT for Intel can ignore everything concerning OS9!

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 19 - 4:56am

... or NO date whatsoever in each page title, since all these pages will be housing large sets of versions made across many dates. I suggested 2000-2001 outside parentheses for Cube, to historically separate it from the MacMini which is also slightly cube shaped, slightly ...

Reuploading ought not be a problem. These AHT files are tiny compared to a filled-to-capacity CD, there have been so few of the total images uploaded thus far, and if screenshot files were lost, I think we can click on individual images here and capture their .jpg files for transfer to the new pages.

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by MikeTomTom - 2017, June 19 - 3:56am

I didn't mean for "(release date xxxx)" to be included in page names

Agreed. Including only the year in parenthesis after the name would look better here. e.g.;
Apple Hardware Test for Xserve-PowerPC (2002)

Also take into account that if these titles already reside on a page here, they will need to be re-uploaded (it's impossible to transfer uploads from page to page, unfortunately).

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 19 - 3:55am

@semv, wonderful start. Tho I didn't mean for "(release date xxxx)" to be included in page names because there's a data field in each page for that. Let's think about whether it's ok like this or if the (release) text is better removed from page names?

And if linking etc works cleaner having page names without the (release) text, then I'd actually create 8 new pages once more and ask the admins to delete the first 8. Because once the page is started, you can change the name it displays inside the page, but the url for these pages will continue to hold "(release_date_2xxx)" in their names. See how this page we're on now is the old url name "apple_hardware_test_cds".

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 19 - 2:16am

I mulled over the info, including the MacTracker database, we need these pages:

Apple Hardware Test for Cube 2000-2001 (release date 2000)
Apple Hardware Test for PowerMac G4 (release date 2000)
Apple Hardware Test for PowerMac G5 (release date 2003)
Apple Hardware Test for eMac and iMac-PowerPC (release date 2000)
Apple Hardware Test for laptops-PowerPC (release date 2000)
Apple Hardware Test for MacMini-PowerPC (release date 2005)
Apple Hardware Test for Xserve-PowerPC (release date 2002)
Apple Hardware Test for Intel Macintosh (release date 2006)

Every one of these pages has the potential to become complicated like this one is now, add in the non concurrent version numbers, and this is the minimum pages needed simply for guests to make sense in their commenting. The "PowerMac G4" page must have a see-also-link to the Cube page, only because the Cube was named "PowerMac G4 Cube" despite very different hardware and different AHT.

@semv, do you want to start these Garden pages? The Intel page could be divided further if you decide, but such division might not be as badly needed as the PPC stuff. The Apple - Care and other things not named AHT might stay in this page and maybe this page can also be the master list pointing to the other AHT pages. This page already has AHT in its title name so that works! The small v2.0.2-PM page I already made overlaps the G4-G5 eras, so, both new PMG4 and PMG5 pages could point to the one v2.0.2-PM page.

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Awww, the .img format has a resource fork, so that means the md5 report should be of the ".img_.sit" file because the OSX Terminal md5 command ignores resource forks, and .sit files don't have resources. The .img (and .dmg) already have a built in checksum (type crc-32), super software librarians we are.

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 19 - 12:07am

SkyCapt I think it is a nice approach. What about the other related stuff, as AppleCare and SupportProfessional? I have uploaded few. I am still working to obtain more of those medias. It has more tools and functionalities than the solo AHT.

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 18 - 11:49pm

since most of the initial uploads are coming from you, would you rather have your username on all these pages? We could agree on a complete list of page names to startup. I'll make my list proposal 2nite and type it here.

On the little v2.0.2 PowerMac page I started, I'm going to make a 4th upload which shows the specific ".img_.sit" raw scan I'm talking about, that can be opened in OS9 and installed to harddrive without fussing with discs. V2.0.2-PM made Oct 2003 is like the only oem AHT disc I own, i'll supply the md5 checksum of the locked .img file, and it is sweet installing AHT from inside OS9 direct to ssd.

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 18 - 10:58pm

SkyCapt I think it is a brilliant idea. May I suggest one additional step? Maybe a page can be used to point to the other diverse AHT/platforms pages. This will help to alleviate the excess writing, consolidating the common AHT description into one place. Something similar to what was done with the Mac OS X pages (cross-link between all).

In regards PeeCees, I have no idea. I only have Apple computers, using Toast form version 4 to version 11. It is one of my common tools spread over all my hardware platforms. I try to use the most common version I can.

This is a place to have fun and joy. I am sure that this is what bring us all to here Smile

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 18 - 10:39pm

@semv, I found a good way to make a one-pass scan of AHT starting from CD/DVD for PowerPC that is 30MB filesize and can be opened in both OS9 and OSX, a ".img_.sit" file for uploading, and I will supply the locked pre-upload .img file's md5 (sha-1) checksum in the page descriptions. This is best for all AHT on models that can boot natively into OS9. Apple never made AHT friendly to install without OSX using OS9, but it is effortless for us/this archive to make OS9-friendly downloads for models which do boot OS9.

.toast or whatever format PeeCees can burn direct to disc might be good for some versions, but discs are optional at least on my model and discs are going the way of the dodobird (extinct). Mac OS 9-X doesn't come with Toast preinstalled, so AHT being such an elementary low-level atomic thing, should be accessed by the implied Mac OS dual 9-X format such as .img and in the case of AHT, locked read-write .img - rw because in OS9 the files must be tagged unHidden just to be able to access them in Finder. I've tested this concept already and works great, still a legitimate unedited one-pass scan of the disc software! What's say all, any objections before a new set of AHT pages is created ?? by which I mean:

Before we get any deeper into complicating this Garden page, I really say we should make multiple pages to separate the archive. Then this page can be renamed "Apple Care and other diagnostics ..." and cleaned up accordingly.

I'll get the ball rolling by initializing the various pages to be named:
"Apple Hardware Test for iMac G4"
"Apple Hardware Test for iMac G5"
"Apple Hardware Test for MacMini PowerPC"
"Apple Hardware Test for laptops-PowerPC"
etc.

.. starting tonight if no one objects.

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 18 - 7:21pm

What version of OSX is that? Those softwares are for PowerPC-only and this 'warning' won't appear on PowerPC OSX upto its highest (Leopard 10.5.8) so the original state these images are in is ok, and besides it's the exact same software that's on 691- CDs.

AHT CDs don't require an IMAGE be burned either. They can be Finder-burned too, by dragging all files and folders (including hidden ones) to a "burn Folder", then burning the folder. As long as the download image is mountable, AHT is useable.

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AHT version numbers can't be heaped in one pile like that. Differing models didn't use concurrent numbers, for example 2.0.1 for PowerMac was made shortly before (not after) 1.2.7 for PowerMac, and whereas v1.0 was for Cube in year 2000, when the MacMini first became a thing about 5 years later, it's AHT was titled v1.0 also. This is why I suggest this HTML page be divided foremost into form factors such as AHT for laptops, AHT for PowerMac, AHT for mini etc. When any version of AHT runs on my Mac Mirror Door 2003, it always says "for PowerMac" next to version number, everywhere version is stated. "for PowerMac" is LITERALLY a necessary portion of the version number.

I wrote how to extract the 8 to 30 MB AHT images from DVD, in the comments for the AHT v2.0.2-PowerMac page.

Thank you semv for the 1.2.7 upload, I'm examining it soon.

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 18 - 9:56am

When opening the following images, Mac OS X shows the error message "legacy image should be converted". Is it possible for the original uploader of those images to upload it on .ISO, .CDR, or .TOAST format?

693-3994-A.dmg
693-4050-A.dmg
693-4327-A.dmg
693-4398-A.dmg
693-4420-A_0.dmg

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 17 - 10:41am

List of all AHT versions I have, regardless if a single media or bundled into a DVD media

v1.0, v1.0.1, v1.1, v1.2, v1.2.1, v1.2.2, v1.2.3, v1.2.4, v1.2.6, v1.2.7, v2.0, v2.0.1, v2.0.2, v2.0.3, v2.0.4, v2.0.5, v2.0.6, v2.1, v2.1.1, v2.2, v2.5, v2.5.1, v2.5.2, v2.5.3, v3A100, v3A102, v3A104, v3A107, v3A111, v3A112, v3A114, v3A116, v3A118, v3A120, v3A124, v3A127, v3A128, v3A130, v3A131, v3A133, v3A136, v3A137, v3A140, v3A143, v3A150, v3A151, v3A152, v3A153, v3A158, v3A159, v3A164, v3A165, v3A174, v3A180, v3A187, v3A190, v3A191, v3A192, v3A197, v3A200, v3A214

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 17 - 7:40am

gr8, i'd like to see that, and also these: 691-4409 and 691-4679 claim to be AHT v2.0.2 for PMG4 with Jaguar. 691-4679 is probably the same as 691-4681 made October 2003 which I uploaded to its own page, but the 691-4409 likely has differences - these might be 2 differing versions of AHT 2.0.2 for PowerMac.

*** Oopsie, never mind about the pair of 202's - because they're embedded in DVD not CD ! Do you know how to extract the small AHT partition from DVD so we can pass tiny files not 4GB behemoths.

I'm serious about AHT (v1.2.7) being the most likely suspect for slipping me a secret firmware update to my MDD2003. AHT source code is on each image. The program is in 2 parts, 1 is the folder "Scripts" but, the file named "main.sc" is an optional 'loader' segment with code that checks "is an update available?" What kind of update, Firmware??

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 17 - 6:32am

You are correct about the PN. The correct PN is 691-4391-A. I will make an image of it and upload it to this page

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 17 - 4:45am

AHT v1.2.7 for PowerMac is 691-3291 ? really? I think the Apple part numbers run chronologically, so for 127PM to be this then means 127 would have to have been made long before v126. Can you dblchk because if 127 has a 691 then it means it was put on disc, but the 691 you said doesn't seem right so maybe still there wasn't a disc of it?

also, I just noticed 691-3317 doesn't appear in your list in these comments, because "Hardware" got spelled wrong. Your project is a massive undertaking...

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 17 - 3:48am

I believe that 691 is the PN for a physical media and 693 is the PN used for downloads.

In regards the AHT v1.2.7, the image is [691-3291-A CD 2002 Apple Hardware Test v1.2.7. Power Mac G4].

For a complete list of medias I have available, check http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/apple-original-medias-dvdcdfd.

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 17 - 3:22am

Yikes! I think this page will break. In the least, this must be divided into many pages organized by form factor and by era, offer "diags" for laptops vs. towers vs. imacs etc and then G4 vs. G5 vs. in-tell... as it stands, the page now has just one year "2000" describing everything in it, and that alone is "ugly".

I swear AHT v2.0.1-PM was right here when I wrote things last night, now I don't find it in any form (691/693/Named). Whatever, I feel like giving it the same treatment I gave AHT v2.0.2-PM : it's own page with an enhanced version.

@semv, my image for AHT v2.0.1-PM says "693-4817" in root File Info, yours maybe has the 691# printed on the disc label. But a lot of people use its 693#. Are the 693 part numbers because certain images were downloaded? i.e. the AHT disc says 691-.... on label but when downloading the exact same program Apple referred to it as 693-....

Anyway, I don't see AHT v1.2.7-PMG4 anywhere on your lists. What if it was never printed to disc, and distributed only as downloadable, which looks like the case to me - because it was a bug-fix made after v2.0.1-PM, would it not be on your list then if it was download-only and never put on disc ?

Does anybody know about AHT v1.2.7-PM image dated March 20 2003 ???

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 16 - 2:30pm

All Apple Hardware Test medias:
691-2558-A CD 2000 Apple Hardware Test v1.0. PowerBook
691-2619-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.0. Power Mac G4
691-2674-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.1. PowerBook
691-2729-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.1
691-2732-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.0. Power Mac G4 Cube
691-2751-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.0.1. iMac
691-2839-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.0.1. Power Mac G4
691-2910-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.1. Power Mac G4 Cube
691-3006-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2. Power Mac G4
691-3095-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2. iBook
691-3096-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.1. iMac
691-3099-A CD Apple Hardware Test. PowerBook G4
691-3127-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2.1. iBook G3 Late 2001
691-3262-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2.3. Power Mac G4
691-3444-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2.1. eMac
691-3515-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2. iMac
691-3623-A CD 2002 Apple Hardware Test v1.2.6. Power Mac G4
691-3675-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.0. Xserve
691-4031-A CD Apple Hardware Test v1.2.1. eMac
691-4059-A CD 2003 Apple Hardware Test v2.0. PowerBook G4 12-inch
691-4076-A CD 2002 Apple Hardware Test v1.2.3. PowerBook G4
691-4165-A CD 2003 Apple Hardware Test v2.0. Power Mac G4
691-4310-A CD Apple Hardware Test v2.0.1. eMac
691-4388-A CD 2003 Apple Hardware Test v2.0.1. Power Mac G4
691-4777-A CD 2003 Apple Hardware Test v2.0.2. iBook G4
691-4931-A CD Apple Hardware Test v2.2. eMac
691-5143-A CD iMac G5. Additional Software & Apple Hardware Test v2.2.1. Disc v1.0
691-5149-A DVD 2004 iBook G4. Additional Software & Apple Hardware Test v2.2.1. Disc v1.0
691-5312-A DVD DL Mac mini. Mac OS X Install v10.3.7 Disc 1 and Apple Hardware Test v1.0. Disc v1.1

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by semvalidade2006 - 2017, June 16 - 2:30pm

All Apple Hardware Test versions with AHT as name:
691-4409-A DVD 2003 Power Mac G4. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.2.6. AHT v2.0.2. Disc v1.0
691-4558-A DVD 2003 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.2.7. AHT v2.0.5. Disc v1.0
691-4657-A DVD 2003 Power Mac G5. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.2.7 (G5). AHT v2.1. Disc v1.2
691-4660-A DVD 2003 iMac. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.2.7. AHT v2.0.2. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with ?}
691-4676-A DVD PowerBook G4 15-Imnch and 17-Inch. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS X v10.2.7. AHT v2.0.4. Disc v1.1
691-4676-A DVD 2003 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS X v10.2.7. AHT v2.0.4. Disc v1.1
691-4679-A DVD 2003 Power Mac G4. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.2.7. AHT v2.0.2. Disc v1.0
691-4680-A DVD 2003 Power Mac G5. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.3. AHT v2.1.1. Disc v1.0
691-4681-A DVD 2003 Power Mac G4. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.3. AHT v2.0.2. Disc v1.0
691-4702-A DVD 2003 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS v10.3. AHT v2.0.6. Disc v1.0
691-4703-A DVD 2003 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Software Install and Restore. Mac OS X v10.3. AHT v2.0.6. Disc v1.0
691-4778-A DVD 2003 iMac. Software Install and Restore 1. Mac OS v10.3.1. AHT v2.0.3. Disc v1.1
691-4849-A DVD iMac. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.2. AHT v2.0.3. DVD v1.0
691-4870-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.2. AHT v2.0.6. Disc v1.0
691-4871-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and Restore 2 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.2. AHT v2.0.6. Disc v1.0
691-4872-A DVD 2004 Power Mac G4. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.2. AHT v2.0.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-4873} [PMG4 MDD 2003]
691-4881-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.3. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-4990}
691-4924-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.3. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0
691-4974-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and Restore 2 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.3. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5097}
691-4990-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Software Install and Restore 2 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.3. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-4881,691-5096,691-5221}
691-5025-A,2Z DVD 2005 Power Mac G5. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.2. AHT v2.5.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5535}
691-5029-A DVD 2004 iBook G4. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.3. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-4925}
691-5096-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Software Install and restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.4. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-4990}
691-5097-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 12-inch. Software Install and restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.4. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-4974}
691-5146-A DVD 2005 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Mac OS X Install Disc. Mac OS v10.3.7. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5163}
691-5214-A DVD PowerBook G4 12-inch. Mac OS X Install Disc. Mac OS v10.3.7. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.0
691-5221-A DVD 2004 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.5. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-4990}
691-5233-A DVD 2004 eMac. Software Install and Restore 1 of 2. Mac OS v10.3.5. AHT v2.2. Disc v1.0 [Pair with 691-4910]
691-5312-A,2Z DVD DL 2005 Mac mini. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS vv10.3.7. AHT v1.0. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-5212}
691-5317-A DVD DL 2005 iMac G5. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4. AHT v2.5.1. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with ?}
691-5348-A,2Z DVD 2005 Power Mac G5. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5432}
691-5455-A,2Z DVD 2005 Mac mini. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4. AHT v1.0. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5499}
691-5517-A,2Z DVD 2005 PowerBook G4. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-5499}
691-5518-A DVD DL eMac. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.1
691-5532-A,2Z DVD 2005 iBook G4. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.2. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.0 {pairs with 691-5533}
691-5534-A,2Z DVD 2005 PowerBook G4 15-inch and 17-inch. mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.2. AHT v2.5.2. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5535}
691-5609-A DVD PowerBook G4. Mac OS Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.2. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.0
691-5669-A,2Z DVD DL 2005 iMac G5. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.2. AHT v2.5.3. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-5535}
691-5728-A DVD DL iBook G4. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.4. AHT v2.5. Disc v1.0 [Mini Late 2006]
691-5736-A,2Z DVD 2006 iMac. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.4. AHT v3A100. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-5607}
691-5788-A,2Z DVD DL 2006 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.6. AHT v3A104. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5796}
691-5798-A,2Z DVD 2006 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.5. AHT v3A107. Disc v1.2 {Pairs with 691-5607}
691-5828-A,2Z DVD 2006 Mac mini. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.6. AHT v3A102. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-5796}
691-5831-A,2Z DVD DL 2006 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.6. AHT v3A107. Disc v1.3 {Pairs with 691-5796}
691-5841-A,2Z DVD Dl 2006 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.8. AHT v3A116. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5930}
691-5859-A,2Z DVD DL 2006 iMac. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.7. AHT v3A111. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5862}
691-5883-A,2Z DVD DL 2006 iMac Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.7. AHT v3A112. Disc v1.0
691-5887-A,2Z DVD DL 2006 Mac mini. Mac os X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.7. AHT v3A102. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-5860}
691-5946-A,2Z DVD 2006 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.8. AHT v3A114. Disc v1.2 {Pair with 691-5930} [MB Late 2006]
691-5948-A,2Z DVD Dl 2006 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.8. AHT v3A116. Disc v1.1 (Pairs with 691-5930}
691-5967-A DVD DL For Mac Computers. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS X v10.4.8. AHT v3A118. Disc v1.0
691-5974-A,2Z DVD DL 2007 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.9. AHT v3A124. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6045}
691-5993-A,2Z DVD 2007 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.9. AHT v3A128. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-5975}
691-6022-A,2Z DVD DL 2007 iMac. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.10. AHT v3A127. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6023}
691-6088-A DVD DL 2007 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.10. AHT v3A124. Disc v1.2
691-6089-A,2Z DVD DL 2007 For Mac Computers. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac os v10.4.10. AHT v3A133. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6113}
691-6126-A,2Z DVD DL 2007 For Mac Computers. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.4.10. AHT v3A133. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-6113}
691-6143-A DVD DL 2008 Mac Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.1. AHT v3A130. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6102}
691-6150-A,2Z DVD 2007 For Mac Computers. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5. AHT v3A137. Disc v1.0
691-6176-A,2Z DVD DL 2007 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5. AHT v3A137. Disc v1.3 {Pairs with 691-6147}
691-6183-A DVD 2008 MacBook Air. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.2. AHT v3A131. Disc v1.0 {Pairs wiht 691-6195}
691-6197-A DVD DL 2008 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.2. AHT v3A143. Disc v1.0
691-6199-A,2Z DVD DL 2008 MacBook Pro. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.2. AHT v3A1`36. Disc v1.1_2008
691-6208-A,2Z DVD DL 2008 iMac. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.2. AHT v3A140. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-6195}
691-6209-A,2Z DVD DL 2008 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.2. AHT v3A143. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-6195}
691-6231-A DVD 2009 iMac. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A159. Disc v1.0
691-6246-A,2Z DVD 2009 Mac Pro. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A153. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6284}
691-6248-A,2Z DVD 2009 For Mac Computers. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.4. AHT v3A152. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6249}
691-6292-A,2Z DVD 2008 MacBook. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A158. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with ?}
691-6311-A,2Z DVD 2008 MacBook. Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Mac OS v10.5.4. AHT v3A152. Disc v1.2 {Pairs with 691-6249}
691-6345-A,2Z DVD 2009 Mac mini. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A159. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6344}
691-6356-A DVD DL 2009 MacBook. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A164. Disc v1.0
691-6359-A,2Z DVD DL 2009 MacBook. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A165. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6317}
691-6438-A DVD 2009 MacBook Air. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A151. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6347}
691-6458-A,2Z DVD DL 2009 MacBook Pro 13-inch. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A174. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6514}
691-6538-A DVD DL 2009 13-Inch MacBook Pro. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A174. Disc v1.0
691-6578-A,2Z DVD DL 2010 MacBook Pro 15-inch. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A187. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6690}
691-6589-A DVD DL 2010 iMac. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A180
691-6604-A DVD DL 2010 Mac mini. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A150. Disc v1.0
691-6608-A DVD DL 2010 iMac. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A190. Disc v1.0
691-6621-A,2Z DVD DL 2010 13-Inch MacBook Pro. Applications Install. AHT v3A192. Disc v1.0 {Paits 691-6623}
691-6654-A,2Z DVD DL 2010 MacBook. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A200. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6653}
691-6733-A DVD DL 2010 iMac. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A197. Disc v3.0
691-6735-A,2Z DVD 2010 Mac mini. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A191. Disc v1.0 {Pairs with 691-6734}
691-6756-A DVD 2010 iMac. Applications Install DVD. AHT v3A214. Disc v1.0
691-6775-A,2Z DVD 2010 Mac mini. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A191. Disc v2.0 {Pairs with 691-6734}
691-6825-A,2Z DVD 2011 MacBook Pro 13-inch. Applications Install Disc. AHT v3A120. Disc v1.1 {Pairs with 691-6823}

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by SkyCapt - 2017, June 16 - 8:51am

Hello muttztfz.
I am expert with AHT for PowerMac G4. I just added some info to this page description above.

Question for all : has anybody used AHT v1.2.7-PM (693-4821-A) for PowerMac G4 ? I don't think it's here on this messy page, anyway I'm not sure how legitimate v1.2.7-PM is. I'm pretty sure my MDD-2003 received a secretive Firmware Update, my firmware version Number did not change, and without a network connection and without my permission, the most likely suspect for a vehicle that delivered this Firmware Update was the AHT v1.2.7-PM that I downloaded and ran, years ago. Regardless, the sum of changes to firmware I experienced were very positive. Can anyone say why v1.2.7-PM is NOT here now in 2017? Was it legit?

Also I recall AHT v1.0 was for the G4 Cube with a DVD drive, and it's not here and I don't have it. AHT v1.1 was for Cube with a CD drive how already noted.

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by muttztfz - 2015, September 29 - 9:37am

I found my downloaded images from the original Apple site. I preserved them and put the text on the top, since those seem to be 1) the official and free images supplied by Apple and 2) they also seem to be the latest versions available. I hope that's okay.

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by muttztfz - 2015, January 10 - 8:01pm

The official AHT images from Apple are gone. These included AHT 1.2.6 which was for all Desktop Power Mac G4s up to the original MDD, which means it only excluded the FW800.

Does anyone know if AHT 1.2 is also suitable for the Quicksilver?

Anyway, I just noticed that Apple seems to have removed their ISO images, so I'd like to ask for your help to get them preserved here. I did download them once but cannot find them right now...

Here's what was on Apples' site:
http://www.applelinks.com/index.php/more/apple_posts_hardware_test_image...

These were the original links to Apple:
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=113868
http://www.info.apple.com/support/aht.html

Thanks.

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by MikeTomTom - 2014, July 23 - 11:55pm

I'm confused. Why does this just include a simple text readme doc and a copy of simple text app?

The actual machine-specific, bootable system and diagnostic software on the CD are not visible when viewing these mounted CD's from an already running system.

The hidden files on the CD are software that require no human interaction. This software is machine specific and interacts only with the computer that you boot up to, from the CD. These are low-level hardware test diagnostic tools which interact directly with the Macintosh hardware.

If you read the enclosed SimpleText doc, it will inform you on how to use the CD to test your Mac's hardware.

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by Gary - 2014, July 23 - 11:26pm

I have an actual CD of the G4 version of this app that I've used several times. It is bootable and uses a simple interface to display the results as it performs various tasks.

To do that doesn't require a large application. But you will likely need to burn the app to a real CD to make it work.

Gary

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by gocarlo - 2014, July 23 - 8:31pm

I'm confused. Why does this just include a simple text readme doc and a copy of simple text app?