Hi guys, So basically heres what happened. I was trying to upgrade the ram in a white Macbook (2006). I opened it up, took out one slot, and noticed that the ram I had to upgrade with did not match. I put that ram away, and reseated the original ram. I closed the medal lever, and I put the battery back in. Pressing the power button does nothing. The green light on the charger goes on, and the battery indicates a full charge, but absolutely NOTHING happens when I press the power button. No chime, no blinking sleep light, nothing. Now I've read lots of people say that if you don't push the ram in far enough this will happen. I think if I tried any harder my hand would go through the computer. My fingers still hurt from last night. For this particular problem - if the ram was not seated properly, would there be absolutely no response like the one I have indicated? Or is the logic board fried because I did something as simple as putting the original ram back in 10 seconds after it was out. I'd really appreciate any kind of help here.