Mac Mini cloning kit


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Upgradeable New Zealand SKU: UA1335

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If you want to clone your current hard drive in your 2009-2012 Mac Mini and replace it with a new SSD drive, then this is the kit you need.
Cloning is one method to put a new SSD in a Macbook, we outline them all in our Mac Mini SSD upgrade guide

There is one item we have added to this kit that is essential for all Mac Mini owners. That is the logic board removal tool. You can Macgvyer it with two screwdrivers but having the right tool to pop the logic board out will save you a lot of it is the right tool for the job! 

What is in the mini tool kit?
Phillips #00 (green)
Torx T6 (red)
Torx T8 (black)
Straight Blade 1.8mm (blue)
Nylon Pry Tool aka Spudger

USB to SATA cable and cloning
To clone your drive to an SSD, the process is very straight forward. Plug SATA connection to new SSD and the other end goes into the USB of your Mac Mini. Initialise the SSD. Open clone software (we recommend SuperDuper!) and clone from old drive to new SSD. After clone has finished replace the hard drive with the newly cloned SSD. We ship instructions with all SSDs and kits. 

We are a registered New Zealand company (Upgradeable Limited), all orders include 15% GST. You are protected by local consumer law when you buy here. All product ships from our Australian warehouse until we can set up local distribution.

We are a real business and yes, a real person will answer the phone take responsibility for your enquiry.

Our upgrades are tested and exceed your computer manufacturer's specifications. That is why we can guarantee compatibility, we know it will work. If you are unhappy in any way, return the product within 14 days for a full refund.

We have technicians in our office to help you at any time. Most customers never need to use this service, but it is there if you need it. We love helping customers, solving problems and answering questions.

Our RAM warranty is simple. Lifetime. If it does not work, we will replace it. No exceptions. We have had the same warranty for over 18 years.
Our SSD warranty is 5 years, same as the manufacturer.

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