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Mac Mini: Repairs, Fault-Finding & Troubleshooting Service in London

We're based in Notting Hill Gate, and have almost two and a half decades' Mac repairs knowledge to draw on. If it's not possible to rectify the fault when we visit you then we carry spare machines. We can offer overnight or weekend repairs too to solve the problem as quickly as possible.

We run a seven-day service manned by fully qualified staff, and offer a 60 minute callout within the M25. We don't work with PCs - we're Apple-only experts, and our customers appreciate that. Often, what people think are hardware issues are caused by software. Either way, we'll be able to diagnose the problem fast. If hardware needs replacing then we'll take care of it quickly.

Problems or Issues you might be having with your Mac Mini

  • Video output is weak or dark.
  • Wireless connection is limited.
  • Won't boot up.

PLEASE NOTE: the information below is about the 2010 Mac mini - our sister site has a review of the 2011 model and we've also taken a look at the 2012 model in our blog.

About the Mac Mini

The Mac Mini is Apple's tiny desktop computer. Less than 8 inches square and 11/2 inches high, it's incredibly compact - even the power supply is built in. However it's powerful, with a dual-core 2.4GHz or 2.66GHz processor, and 2GB of RAM (upgradable to 4Gb or 8GB). The 2010 version now has a removable panel on the base so you can easily fit extra RAM yourself.

For the hard disk, there is a choice of either 320Gb or 320Gb SATA drive. The other drive is Apple's 'SuperDrive' optical drive, which allows read/write speeds fo up to 24x for CDs and 8x for DVDs.

There is also a different hardware configuration that turns the Mac Mini into a small business server, swapping the SuperDrive for two 500Gb 7200rpm hard disks, and giving you 4Gb of RAM as standard. If you still need an external optical drive to read/write CDs or DVDs then the MacBook Air SuperDrive is compatible. Connection (and inbuilt power supply) is via USB. Snow Leopard Server is pre-installed, and both Mac and PC users can share the server.

Connections are as follows: 1 FireWire 800 port, an SD card slot, an HDMI port (which supports multi-channel audio output), a Mini DisplayPort, 4 USB ports, and minijack audio input and output (analogue & digital compatible), plus the standard GigaBit Ethernet port. The graphics card is a 256Mb NVIDIA GeForce. As with all the new Macs, WiFi and Bluetooth are supported.

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