I bought an iMac from a PC show this weekend. $40 for it, iMac DV 400mhz with DVD-ROM & FireWire. It had no HD in it or the IDE/Power cables and the AirPort wire looked cut off. Now I can't boot the machine alone with nothing to boot off of so I hooked up my FireWire Hard Drive with Mac OS X on it. It booted into OS X fine and after 20 min or playing with it I was gonna turn it off. I went into system profiler but it only detected 128mb or RAM (1 of the 2 sticks that I had in there), I thought well maybe the other stick isn't' in all the way (doubt it though...) or maybe it's not compatible? Well anyway I turned off the iMac and noticed an electrical smell. The top of the iMac was pretty warm, not really hot but it was quite toasty. Well burning I should say, I wafted my hand around and the smell was coming from the iMac, no doubt about it. I unplugged it and now it's sitting under the stairs for now. I wonder what could have happened. Before I booted the Mac without the FireWire drive and it was fine but also it was only on for a few minutes. Maybe the RAM burned or something or the exposed AirPort wire touched something inside of the iMac?? (should have duct-taped that...) I mean I only spent $40 on this but, then again I just ordered the $10 special internal IDE cable for the HD and DVD off eBay but still... Does anyone have any idea what this could be? I'd take this to the Apple Store near me maybe but I guess they'd want to charge me a bunch for even looking at it. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated !