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I was able to figure it out. First I tried installing Windows 7 via USB thumb drive however that didn't work. So I purchased an Apple USB SuperDrive and used my Window 7 Home Premium DVD and Boot Camp Assistant to accomplish the task.


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You can do that, but you'll have to use Target Disk Mode in order to get the Mac to recognize the other one as a hard drive.


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You don't need any cable to share files or share screens. Just turn on sharing in the preference pane. If you wish to make the sharing speed faster, you could use a network between the two computers over thunderbolt. The least desirable solution to me is target disk mode since one computer needs to be shut down entirely to enable that option.


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Late 2012 Mac Mini with 16GB using RealVNC. On LAN have run 3 active users at once running Xcode 6 simultaneously. Biggest problem is in setting varying screen resolution since Mac has multiple giant screens and The Windows PCs don't. Works great. We could add another user if we wanted to with 16 gigs. As to how this applies to the original question, while ...


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Depending on the model year of the Mac mini, you could run Apples hardware diagnostics if supported. Shutdown your Mac mini. Turn back on and press and hold the keys: option + D during the grey screen before the Apple logo. If asked join a network and let it boot into the Apple hardware test. This will tell you if the fan is reporting an error along with ...


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If your issue appeared with 10.10.3, I am 98% certain it is a bug in OS X Yosemite, introduced with the 10.10.3 update and related to Intel HD 4000 GPUs. Welcome aboard. The kernel panics are totally erratic, some users have also graphics glitches. The only common feature is having a Intel HD 4000 GPU. On MacBook Pros with dual GPU you can avoid the problem ...



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