... in my late 2009 iMac 27" If you've ever opened up the RAM slots, you will know that there is a 'space' above the exact slot where the RAM is supposed to go (if the iMac is facing LCD-down on the floor and the pull tab is below). By some amazing feat, (I was being lazy and did it by feel while the iMac was still standing instead of laying everything down nicely) I managed to shove my new RAM into this space instead of the 'correct' slot. Of course I get the three "RAM bad" beeps when I start up, and my RAM is now stuck. Pulling on the pull tab does nothing, because the RAM is not where it is supposed to be. Does anyone have any bright ideas on how to get the RAM out? If I bring it to an apple store, will the techs laugh at me in the face?