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Текущая версия: Scott Dingle ,

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I wish we could get some confirmation on this from iFixit. It is a bit of an expensive endeavor to find out the real cause of the problem.
In addition to what I've said earlier - I have tried to plug in the two SSDs I have into an earlier model of MacMini (Mid 2011). Still using the cable I bought from iFixit. And everything was functioning properly. So, it is clear that the SSD are functional, and that the cable is functional. What is still unclear is whether the cable is incompatible with late 2012 models, or that the secondary controller on the Mini is faulty.
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-The cable that comes with iFixit's kit is relatively cheap and can be bought at amazon (Apple Mac Mini Server Flex Cable Mid 2010 Apple Part 922-9560). PBMedic also sells this part (http://www.powerbookmedic.com/Mac-Mini-Top-Hard-Drive-Flex-Cable-with-Sensor-p-22345.html)
From what I gather - all of these parts should work with Mid2010 and later models.

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Оригинальный сообщение: pasha ,

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I wish we could get some confirmation on this from iFixit. It is a bit of an expensive endeavor to find out the real cause of the problem.

In addition to what I've said earlier - I have tried to plug in the two SSDs I have into an earlier model of MacMini (Mid 2011). Still using the cable I bought from iFixit. And everything was functioning properly. So, it is clear that the SSD are functional, and that the cable is functional. What is still unclear is whether the cable is incompatible with late 2012 models, or that the secondary controller on the Mini is faulty.

The cable that comes with iFixit's kit is relatively cheap and can be bought at amazon (Apple Mac Mini Server Flex Cable Mid 2010 Apple Part 922-9560). PBMedic also sells this part (http://www.powerbookmedic.com/Mac-Mini-Top-Hard-Drive-Flex-Cable-with-Sensor-p-22345.html)

From what I gather - all of these parts should work with Mid2010 and later models.

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