Miji start the conversation again, simply ask a msc question. I have a Mac mini, mid A with 2 Gb of memory. When looking to upgrade the unit's memory, I noticed the memory installed in the mini is labeled: PCS instead of the PC, like is specified in Apple support for this model. Question: What model mini do I actually have and what type of memory should I be using in it? Posted on Mar 14, PM. Mar 14, PM.
When looking to upgrade the unit's memor, I noticed the memory installed in the mini is labeled: PCS instead of the PC, like is specified in Apple support for this model. Question: What model mini do I actually have and what type of memory should I be using in it? Posted on Mar 14, PM.
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Mar 14, PM. Page content loaded.Mac Specs > By Capability > Actual Maximum RAM > Mac mini Models. The actual maximum RAM of each Mac mini is listed below along with its compatible RAM type, default amount of RAM pre-installed, common identifiers suitable to identify a Mac mini in order to determine its RAM capacity, and more. Technical specifications for the Mac mini "Core 2 Duo" (Mid). Dates sold, processor type, memory info, hard drive details, price and more. Mac mini features the Apple T2 Security Chip — second-generation custom Mac silicon designed by Apple to make Mac mini even more secure. The T2 Security Chip consolidates several controllers into one, and includes a Secure Enclave coprocessor that provides the foundation for encrypted storage and secure boot capabilities.
Apple's documentation is often representative of the state of things when a machine was first released apppe not what is possible today. You can get an "ok upgrade" on a PC or Apple - but off-brand memory can effect performance or even cause lockups. You have to know exactly what your doing and cannot take "street advice" unless you know how to deal with false street advice.
There are known issues with iMac from improper memory upgrades: you might even end min causing an upgrade crash and a need to completely reformat the apple partition may require a new apple drive if you don't have a spare. Mar 15, AM.
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Choose your Mac mini model for more information. Mac mini does not have user-installable RAM. Mino can configure the memory in your Mac mini when you purchase it.
Don't connect the power cord or turn on your Mac mini until you replace the bottom cover. Never operate your Mac mini without the cover in place. After you install the memory, confirm that your Mac mini sees the new memory.
If the reported memory size isn't correct or if your Mac mini repeatedly plays three tones, it may be having trouble recognizing a memory module. If this happens, shut down your Mac mini, verify the module specifications against the requirements for your Mac mini model, and then repeat the memory installation instructions to make sure that the modules are installed correctly. If you still have issues, remove the memory and consult the support information that came with the memory, or contact the vendor who provided the memory.
Upgrade or install memory in your Mac mini Learn how to remove or install memory into your Mac mini computer. Before you begin To minimize the possibility of damage to the computer components due to static discharge, it's important to wear an antistatic wrist strap while you work with your computer's memory. Choose your model Mac mini models have different memory RAM installation requirements.
Remove the bottom cover Turn off your Mac mini.
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Disconnect the power appls and all other cables from your Mac mini. Lay your Mac mini upside down on a nemory cloth or towel, and then rotate the bottom cover counterclockwise to the unlocked position. Press on the cover to pop up the opposite side, and then remove the cover. Remove the original memory modules Gently spread the clips at the ends of the top memory module just enough to let the free edge pop up.Mac mini (Mid ) - Technical Specifications