Yes 3. I forget which guide is which, but one of the guides suggested putting the drive under the graphics heatsink, which I did, but which was sub optimal for a reason and was harder to route cables. As for the suction cups, you can get by with gaffer tape and other tricks but using the best possible tools would be my recommendation.
I went through a huge saga with regard to ram upgrade; I was finally able to get the ram done, but in the end I only went with 12 GB adding 8 to existing 4. Detailed specs iMac11,1. I actually had this exact same model iMac, and while I had been in the 20" and 24" iMacs a number of times, the upgrade process really on this one scared me. Thanks in advance for any suggestions or ideas.
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From my many hours of research on this stuff, it appears all DIY Fusion setups not Macs that ship from Apple with Fusion Drives show an extra Mac partition when you boot with the option key down. Just be aware there are these potential limitations with some older Macs.
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Hunter65 Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: Thu Jan 29, 2015 7: It indicates scan progress with a progress bar. Getting anything other than Yosemite through the App Store unless you have already downloaded it and therefore have it in your past purchases list may pose a challenge. I tried to mess with the MBR part of the horrible hybrid partition map method that Apple uses to enable Bootcamp to work with Windows , and found many ways to wreck the entire boot process, but no way to get Windows to boot for me.
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