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No RAM or processor replacement in the Mac Mini 2014 An iFixit teardown reveals this. And @Pol posted a link to macminicolo.net were you can read about the soldered RAM. The processor and the RAM is soldered onto the motherboard. Even in a clean room, a soldering iron and a steady hand, it would be nearly impossible. You are not allowed to do this on your ...


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As it turns out, we can't replace RAM too. It's soldered.


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Since com.apple.mDNSResponder.plist got replaced by com.apple.discoveryd.plist after Yosemite Beta, there is another solution for your Problem. All you have to do is to run following command in your terminal: sudo /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Add :ProgramArguments: string --no-multicast" \ /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.discoveryd.plist ...


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It requires a kext swap to an older graphics driver. They're probably trying to phase out older mac mini models with the release of the new ones. Duplicate: Lost ability to choose 3440x1440 resolution after Yosemite upgrade


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Both MacBook Pro and the Mac Mini have Mini-DisplayPort on them. You can connect the Mini-DisplayPort to an Minii-DisplayPort-to-VGA converter and then, connect VGA cable on it to a two-port VGA DDM KVM switch, such as ConnectPRO's UR-12+. I had been using this configuration for years without problem.


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While we don't know how large your SD card is, it is likely not big enough to support a backup. The information and link below provides details on how much space to plan for. Answer by sameetandpotatoes just here You probably want to check out this website for the most information, but here is the answer to your question, quoted from the website above: ...


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According to the support article listing minimum versions of OS X per computer, your Mac can run OS X 10.8.1 http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1159#Mac_mini Since you have AppleCare, you can actually call them and ask how to install a specific version of the software and be supported on how to install things. In a nutshell, you'll have to use Internet ...


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Buy the "Basic" (as they call it in Apple Store) 2012 Mini and replace HD and RAM yourself is the most economical way. It's also the power user move. a) While leaving the factory HD in place, you can put in a second drive such as a SSD at where the optical bay used to be. You can dual boot two OSX's. One can be the daily OS, the other 1) as extra storage ...


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I was successful in getting the 3440x1440 resolution back in Yosemite by following the instructions from a discussion on Apple's discussion page. The thread is a good read, to put the instructions in context, but the gist is as such... Disable the kext signature check sudo nvram boot-args=kext-dev-mode=1 Pull in the AppleIntelFramebufferCapri.kext from ...



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