Hello forum, I dropped my new-ish MacBook Pro accidentally yesterday, from approximately 3 and a half feet onto a hard surface, and it dented the area around the power adapter and scratched it up pretty bad. At first the computer seemed fine; it came right back as if nothing had happened, no data or work was lost, and the hard disk drive passed SMART tests. However, later, I attempted to put a DVD into the Superdrive and it could not be inserted farther then approximately 2 and a half inches. I tried several software methods to resolve my problem, but in the end it was indeed a hardware problem caused by the drop. As per suggestion from fellow MacRumors members, I opened up the system and attempted to repair it myself. This ended in disaster, with me not only damaging the CD/DVD drive further, but also destroying the right speaker connection to the logic board. This is the connector I am referring to: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/...-Unibody-Subwoofer-Right-Speaker/1341/2#s7337 Now, my beloved MacBook Pro is in shambles from what it was when I first got it. The whole situation has really stressed me out to the limit and emotions have been running high. Unfortunately, Applecare support isn't an option. First of all, the accidental damage has likely voided it. But opening it has almost certainly voided it. I can't really take it to the Apple Store, since transportation to and fro is not available. Repairing it professionally isn't an option either, as I have no money on my person at this time. I don't have any soldering guns or knowledge to fix either of the aforementioned issues, and just about every logical resolution has been attempted. Lastly I have no insurance of any kind, and I didn't pay with a credit card, so those two options are ruled out. To note, this isn't the original post I made, but rather a revised one, since my first one was non-descriptive and petulant. Thanks everyone, and sorry for the confusion.