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You could do a clean install youself after formatting the disk. You will end up with exact the same result after doing this. Why the format, you ask? You won't have any Mountain Lion files on your system. Returning to the place you bought it from is as easy, you say? Returning the device to the store does not make any difference except spending (more) time ...
If you're referring to the Kingston RAM module in the picture then no, it won't fit a Mac Mini, this RAM module in the picture is too long, the Mac Mini requires 204 pin module, what you have in the picture has too many pins. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5475 2012 model: PC3-12800 DDR3 Unbuffered Non-parity 204-pin module 1600 MHz
You didn't actually specify the model of your Mac Mini, but by going off the data from here, I think you have the mid 2011 model (Mac Mini 5,1). If that is correct, then Apple's technical specifications on this model confirm that the Mac Mini uses 1,333 MHz DDR3, up to 8 GB (4 GB x 2). HOWEVER, that memory that you linked to is "DESKTOP" MEMORY, a DIMM ...
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