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    ATA Ribbon

    From the album: Mac Mini

    This is the ATA ribbon that connects the optical drive to the system.

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  2. From the album: Mac Mini

    Here is the old memory coming out of the slots.

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    The Old & The New

    From the album: Mac Mini

    The old set of memory sitting next to the new set of memory.

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    The Old & The New

    From the album: Mac Mini

    The old HDD sitting beside the new HDD.

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    The New Stuff

    From the album: Mac Mini

    New memory and a new HDD. This should make the Mac Mini even more awesome!

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    Power Connector

    From the album: Mac Mini

    This is the same shot you saw earlier of the front of the case. The red square indicates the power connector for the Mac Mini.

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    Mac Mini Top

    From the album: Mac Mini

    Here is the Mac Mini. My First Mac, and I'm getting ready to open it up and replace the memory and the HDD. Yes, you can replace some of the components in a Mac.

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    Mac Mini Open

    From the album: Mac Mini

    Here the top of the Mac Mini lays beside the bottom.

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    Mac Mini Bottom

    From the album: Mac Mini

    This is the bottom of the Mac Mini. A nice rubber mat with the Apple logo imprinted on it.

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  10. From the album: Mac Mini

    Here is the HDD I will be putting into the system. I threw in an Apple Mighty Mouse for size comparison.

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    Mac Mini Front

    From the album: Mac Mini

    Here you can see the optical drive, the system speaker, CMOS battery, and a few other parts.

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  12. From the album: Mac Mini

    Here is the optical disk drive, the HDD, and the blower fan.

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    Clips

    From the album: Mac Mini

    This shows the clips that secure the base of the Mac Mini to the rest of the case. They are a pain to remove.

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  14. From the album: Mac Mini

    This shows the bottom of the HDD and the blower fan.

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    Back Angle

    From the album: Mac Mini

    An angled shot from the back of the Mac Mini. This shows the ports, power button, fan exhaust, and the WiFi antenna.

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  16. From the album: Mac Mini

    The OS X system information displaying the rather small HDD included in the system by default. I'll take care of that as well.

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  17. From the album: Mac Mini

    The OS X system stats. Again, only 1 GB DDR2 memory. I'll fix that.

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  18. From the album: Mac Mini

    Only 1GB DDR2 by default... I'll fix that.

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    Antena Removed

    From the album: Mac Mini

    This is the 802.11g antenna after it has been removed from the clips that hold it into place.

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    Antena Clips

    From the album: Mac Mini

    The top part of the image show the clips that hold the 802.11g antenna into place. Simply pinch them, and the antenna pops off. The bottom of the image show the clips (white) that hold the base of the Mac Mini to the rest of the case.

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