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mini - Ram Upgrade


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Just got 2GB of ram from the corsair advert at the top of this site. Just wondering how the **** do you put this stuff in, I've built a million PC's but this thing just dosnt seem to have any way to open lol.

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Here you go man, this is a pretty good explanation of what to do, with pictures and everything. Good luck with it man!

http://www.applefritter.com/Mac_Mini_Take_Apart_Guide
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It's not for the faint of heart.

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:S well the ram should be about 2days then I'll give it ago.

I'll make sure to let you all know how it goes

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Well nearly had a heart attack!! God that's a horrible experience!

But on the bright side it all works

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