I recently bought an upgrade of RAM for my four year old Powerbook, which has slowed down considerably since I upgraded to Tiger. Anyways, I checked one of those "How to install RAM in your Mac" sites, and it said I would be needing a size #0 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the compartment. Well, I went out and bought that size screwdriver and it ended up stripping the threads on some of the screws. I know this was almost entirely my fault. Even if that site gave me the wrong information, I should have stopped after one screw. But I kept going, thinking it would work for at least one of them. Focus: How can I salvage this situation? Has anyone else dealt with this? I know there are some other posts on this topic, but I couldn't find any answers to my question. Like I said, I know what I did wrong, so it's not necessary to reply with things like, "You need to be more careful in the future." Or even worse, "Well, that size screwdriver worked for me." I don't need to hear that, I just want to find a solution. Any help is appreciated. Thanks guys.