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Upgrade Mac Mini to SSD drive and 8GB Ram.

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Uploaded on Dec 6, 2010

Upgraded Mac Mini Server (late 2009) running Snow Leopard Server 10.6.5

Unit is not really used as a server. Only difference between a regular Mac mini and the Server is the fact that the optical drive has been replaced with a second Hard Drive.

This configuration was alway's used with one drive dedicated to run the operating system and hold the user library. All other data is stored on the second hard drive. Before starting this project I imaged the boot drive to the new OWC 60GB SSD drive. So there is no difference before and after the upgrade other than the SSD drive and upgrade from four to eight GB ram.

In these demo's there were no apps running before the start of the reboot.

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