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Yep this is a T2 problem. You’ll need to put back the Apple memory then bring in the system. technically you shouldn't need to swap the RAM again. Some Apple employee’s give people a hard time when they’ve upgraded their Mini’s, unlike the 27” iMac’s you need to pop the case off.
 
Double check your RAM is the correct spec.

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Yep this is a T2 problem. You’ll need to put back the Apple memory then bring in the system. technically you shouldn't need to swap the RAM again. But someSome Apple employee’s give people a hard time when thev’vethey’ve upgraded in the Mini’s astheir Mini’s, unlike the 27” iMac’s you need to pop the case off.
Yep this is a T2 problem. You’ll need to put back the Apple memory then bring in the system. technically you shouldn't need to swap the RAM again. But someSome Apple employee’s give people a hard time when thev’vethey’ve upgraded in the Mini’s astheir Mini’s, unlike the 27” iMac’s you need to pop the case off.

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Yep this is a T2 problem. You’ll need to put back the Apple memory then bring in the system. technically you shouldn't need to swap the RAM again. But some Apple employee’s give people a hard time when thev’ve upgraded in the Mini’s as unlike the 27” iMac’s you need to pop the case off.

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