Monday morning I'm happily working away, loading files off of a CD onto my laptop, no sweat. Tuesday morning, I'm happily working away, and go to load files off of a CD onto my laptop, no go. It just takes in the CD, acts like it wants to keep trying to load it, and then spits it out. I don't get a Finder error telling me it can't read the CD or something, it just never completely accepts the disc. I haven't done anything to my drive that I can think of (never did install that hack I talked about last month), it just quit working from one day to the next. So my question is this - do I need to bring this in to get it repaired, or can I easily swap out the drive with a new one? If I can swap it out, what are the limitations (if any) in terms of the type? Can I go with a newer one than what's currently in my 1GHz Ti PowerBook from '03? No, I don't have AppleCare. And don't tell me to just buy a new PowerBook. I'd love to, but at this point it isn't an option. I could probably get it repaired through work, but that will take forever. I'd rather just go buy a new drive and replace this one. Thanks for any help.