Ok, so i opened up the Mac Mini to put new RAM inside of it.. WHAT A PAIN.. they dont make it easy to open! But i got it open without a hitch.. I watched 3 or 4 videos and read up on how to open the mini and install the RAM, and I have done it on other computers, so i felt confident. EVERY SINGLE VIDEO showed the person open the mini and then pull the main hardware upwards and then tilted it back and opened it like a clam shell backwards towards the back panel (the side that you DONT pry open and goes down the back panel) So basically unscrewed, released the power, and then opened it up like a book but made sure to do it in the right direction. Well, THAT was stupid, because there was the wire that goes from the aircard to the rest of the computer that is SUPER short and it popped OFF of the aircard.. (this is not the one for the antenna) Apparently the guy at the computer repair shop said that it broke the connector (thats on the board, not on the wire) off and they could not just put it back on. they said they need a completely NEW board.. I was wondering if anyone has some insight on this.. Instead of buying a new card JUST because the connector is missing, can I just do a permanent connection? Like with solder? I know a guy who builds circuit boards, and i'm sure he has the tools for a repair like this, but is it possible to do?