My unibody MBP has been acting up a bit strange recently - purchased in October/November 2008 it has been fine, without any issues until now. If I let the battery drain all the way down in sleep (ie: don't use it for a few days, not plugged in) when I reconnect the MBP to the power and let it charge for a while, on boot up I will get a constant triple-chime coming from the system. Googling has shown me that this is a RAM error. This has happened twice in a month (I don't usually let it go flat to be fair), but in use there never seems to be any problems with the RAM, nor in waking from sleep. It simply appears that when I let the battery go, the MBP decides it has faulty RAM. Taking the back off and re-seating the RAM makes it work again. That said, whilst the battery is draining the MBP hasn't moved an inch, so I don't see how the RAM can magically become unseated. Any ideas, or do I take it to Apple and have a word?