Knocked off two (I assume) capacitors when changing hard drive
I recently upgraded my Mac Mini (A1347) to a SSD, unfortunately I seem to have knocked off the last to capacitors next to what looks like a battery (CMOS). They are in a row of four, obviously it’s a row of two now for me. lol ;(
I have looked online but cannot see why these are there and where to get a replacement. The Mac oddly seems to run fine without them, although the start-up chime now only happens intermittently so I’m guessing they have something to do with the internal speaker?
Sorry if this has already been answered I couldn’t see a post for the same issue only another really small capacitor or transistor above the battery.
I’m not a fan of Mac OS, but you can’t deny this is the nicest looking computer inside and out. There is literally a mm of space between everything although that’s probably why I now have loose components rolling around my desk! lol
OMG! Thank guy’s. :)
I’ve taken both sides of the board and where the rail of caps were.
Thanks guy’s really apricate the help.
Is this a good question?