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The ribbon connector is on the bottom side of the logic board. You’ll need to solder some fine wires onto the connectors solder joints once you’ve ID’ed which pads on the ribbon cable are the switch lines using an Ohm meter.
 
I recommend you mount the wires to the left, as the mounting post is just to right.
 
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Be very careful! This is the only points you have access. You’ll need a very steady hand and very fine soldering iron so you don’t mess up the other joints. The power supply is not an option.
 
Frankly, as much as you don’t like the wake on LAN its the way Apple expects this system to be powered on remotely, Apple expects the system is left on 7x24. My own 2011 mini is either running or in sleep mode, rarely do I turn it off. Its also not easy to get to as well as it’s pushed into a back shelf of my media center with an external drive.
Frankly, as much as you don’t like the wake on LAN its the way Apple expects this system to be powered on remotely, Apple expects the system is left on 7x24. My own 2011 mini is either running or in sleep mode, rarely do I turn it off. Its also not easy to get to as well as it’s pushed into a back shelf of my media center with an external drive.

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The ribbon connector is on the bottom side of the logic board. You’ll need to solder some firefine wires onto the connectors solder joints once you’ve ID’ed which pads on the ribbon cable are the switch lines using aan Ohm meter.
The ribbon connector is on the bottom side of the logic board. You’ll need to solder some firefine wires onto the connectors solder joints once you’ve ID’ed which pads on the ribbon cable are the switch lines using aan Ohm meter.
 
I recommend you mount the wires to the leftleft, as the mounting post is just to right.
I recommend you mount the wires to the leftleft, as the mounting post is just to right.
 
[image|1735188]
 
Be very careful! This is the only points you have access. You’ll need a very steady hand and very fine soldering iron so you don’t mess up the other joints. The power supply is not an option.
 
Frankly, as much as you don’t like the wake on LAN its the way Apple expects this system to be powered on remotely, Apple expects the system is left on 7x24. My own 2011 mini is either running or in sleep mode, rarely do I turn it off. Its also not easy to get to pushed into a back shelf of my media center with an external drive.

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The ribbon connector is on the bottom side of the logic board. You’ll need to solder some fire wires onto the connectors solder joints once you’ve ID’ed which pads on the ribbon cable are the switch lines using a Ohm meter.
 
I recommend you mount the wires to the left as the mounting post is just to right.
 
[image|1735188]
 
Be very careful! This is the only points you have access. You’ll need a very steady hand and very fine soldering iron so you don’t mess up the other joints. The power supply is not an option.
 
Frankly, as much as you don’t like the wake on LAN its the way Apple expects this system to be powered on, Andon remotely, Apple expects the system is left on 7x24. My own 2011 mini is either running or in sleep mode, rarely do I turn it off. Its also not easy to get to pushed into a back shelf of my media center with an external drive.
Frankly, as much as you don’t like the wake on LAN its the way Apple expects this system to be powered on, Andon remotely, Apple expects the system is left on 7x24. My own 2011 mini is either running or in sleep mode, rarely do I turn it off. Its also not easy to get to pushed into a back shelf of my media center with an external drive.

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The ribbon connector is on the bottom side of the logic board. You’ll need to solder some fire wires onto the connectors solder joints once you’ve ID’ed which pads on the ribbon cable are the switch lines using a Ohm meter.

I recommend you mount the wires to the left as the mounting post is just to right.

[image|1735188]

Be very careful! This is the only points you have access. You’ll need a very steady hand and very fine soldering iron so you don’t mess up the other joints. The power supply is not an option.

Frankly, as much as you don’t like the wake on LAN its the way Apple expects this system to be powered on, And left on 7x24. My own 2011 mini is either running or in sleep mode, rarely do I turn it off. Its also not easy to get to pushed into a back shelf of my media center with an external drive.

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