Hey, I'm having trouble with my friend's RDRAM system. I was having other troubles and posted on another forum (madonion.com) and one guy told me that the RAM could be causing me trouble and I could have a bad ram stick. The system has 4 sticks of rdram (2x256MB and 2x128MB PC1066). So I took out the two 128MB sticks, but forgot to put the Continuity RIMM's into the empty slots. I started the computer, and it pretty much ideled, nothing came up on the screen, nothing seemed to be running but the fans. I tried turning it off in the front and it wouldn't, so I cut the power off on the power supply. Now every time I turn on the power supply, it tries to start up, and just idles. I tried putting all the ram back into motherboard and running it with all 4, and it still wouldn't start up, no matter what I did. Obviously I damaged something, I personally thought it was the power supply, but I don't want to go out and tell my friend what to replace because he's on a very tight budget right now, and wanted to make sure I knew what I damaged when I ran the system without the Continuity RIMM's. Thanks.