I recently got a gig of ram for my iMac g5. However, when I went to put it in, I was not sure how to put it in the right way. The first way was wrong, but I didn't push it in that hard. When i thought i found the right way for it to go in, it did not make it obvious of it was seated correctly or not. So i REALLY pushed it in, then took it out (because I was not sure if I was doing it right). Anyway, the processs of putting it in and out and pushing it hard once it was in continued for a while. One time, when ejecting it, one side came out and one side did not. Then I heard a faint cracking sound. However, when I finally felt comfortable, sealed everything up and rebooted. The iMac found the RAM and works MUCH faster!! I just wanted to know if anyone thought I damaged anything with the computer or the RAM. I don't suppose it is possible to damage the RAM and have some MB shaved off as a result? Thanks for any help!