Ive recently bought a new case for my pc, including a Antec Truepower 430W. Yesterday i transfered all of my hardware into this new case, trying to be as carefull as i could. Eventually i got the basics in my new case: Memory, Video card, processor (with HS and fan, which i might add, i didnt take off for the change). The only things connected up to the PSU are the mobo, the 2 hdds, 2 cdromdrives, and 3 fans. Now, after setting up all of the components, i carefully slotted in my 512mb memory module. I then switched on the power at the mains, and turned on the PC at the front, after about 5 seconds i could smell the dreaded burning circuity smell, and, instantly switched my pc off! I then started my pc back up, and it just beeps at me! (one long beep, in a loop), which, on nearly all mobo's, indicates a memory issue! I have a phoenix bios chip, which has the number 6866 on it or something, so im not really sure what this beeping means, but, im pretty sure its to do with the RAM. But, i came here to see if anyone has had this problem before, or, if they know what i might have done! And BTW, ive tried blowing on the module, and in the port, and ive tried reseating it, and putting it in the second DIMM slot, but nothing works!! I think i might have fried my ram, but, what i also want to know is, if i put some more ram in, could my pc fry this one aswell? Thanks for your help ppl!!!