Another issue I encountered was interference with the Mac Mini's internal Bluetooth adapter. This may be related to a suggested general weakness of the adapter's design (people report trouble with USB3.0 interference elsewhere). I had severe problems to get a pair of wireless Bluetooth speakers working. When I disconnected the newly installed SSD, everything worked fine.
What did the trick in the end, was to shield the SATA cable attached to the SSD with a thick layer of tin foil that I wrapped around the SSD on the side with the ribbon cable and that I fixed with Sellotape. Also, to avoid electrical contact with the WiFi antenna's plug, I added a layer of Sellotape in that region. Not exactly elegant but it worked for me.
Confirming other people's experience, I also had to swap the position of the original HDD and the new SSD (a Plextor 256GB in my case) which I added in the free slot. In the configuration described in the guide, the SSD proved unreliable and disappeared during mirroring the system drive with Carbon Copy Cloner. After connecting the SSD with the existing cable (i.e., in the location closer to the WiFi antenna) everything worked fine.
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