Just do it again (that's what I did)- After the blue bar reaches 3/4 of the screen, the screen should go black, just half press the shutter and you should already be in the NX11 firmware.
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The early Intel-based i Macs also had a socketed CPU and there are a couple C2D CPU upgrade reports here on those.) This page has pre-2009 model Mac Mini owner comments on Core 2 Duo (and some Core Duo) CPU upgrades as the (2006-2008 mfg) Intel-CPU Mac Mini has a CPU socket on the logic board (as did early Intel-based i Macs).
Some reports include notes on updating mac mini 1,1 efi firmware/bootrom to mini 2,1 version for 3GB RAM support vs 2GB w/mini 1,1 - Guide to Flashing Mini 1,1 to 2,1 at [ If anyone knows of another mirror of the Firmware DL, let me know.] There were several news page posts earlier in 2006 on Core Duo CPU swaps (before the Core 2 Duo), although they are not listed here, except for the one that included a step-by-step guide on Mini CPU swaps from early May 2006 (see (2006) Mac Mini Intel CPU Upgrade Guide) and later posted ifixit guide).
The Symphony system is the official replacement for the AD16X/DA16X and the Rosetta 800 products, which are now withdrawn.A socketed CPU is a huge plus, although at some point future CPUs will not be compatible (and may use a different socket), but in the meantime it's a nice change to be able to use standard (high volume/commonly available) Intel CPUs for upgrades.(And over time, CPU Prices drop as intel releases faster/later models.) For owners that swapped in a Core 2 Duo CPU, the original tip for Lion dev previews is reported to still work - I. Install lion on a drive connected to a supported mac (Target Disk Mode, FW, etc) and then delete the (hidden) "/System/Library/Core Services/Platform Support.plist" file.There is also a slot for an optional interface module, with cards available to couple directly with Pro Tools (either new HD or older Mix systems) and for a Firewire interface for native DAWs.The PSX100 was a superb unit, and the Rosetta 200 is designed to build on that, offering excellent signal routing and format-conversion functions, but perhaps the real icing on the cake is the new Coda 'Audio Finishing Module'.