about a year and a half ago, I purchased a 2GB DIMM for my late 2006 white MacBook. Everything seemed to be running fine. My top case was cracking, so I took it to the Apple Store for replacement. They called me to pick up my laptop, but when I did, they informed me that they had run additional diagnostics. They concluded that the 3rd party RAM I had was "bad" with no further details. They said it failed their proprietary memory check and removed it from my MacBook. My question is, how reliable is what they told me? I never had any issues with this memory before, so now I'm struggling with whether I should take time to RMA the memory and hope that the company reaches the same conclusion as Apple, or if I should just put it back in and continue using my laptop as before. any thoughts?