To begin: It's an 800Mhz iBook 12-inch, custom built with a 40GB Hard Drive, and 128MB of on-board RAM, as well as 256 of RAM in a DIMM. AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth enabled. Combo Drive. Ok, I boot up my iBook today, and a get a lovely picture of a folder with an alternating question mark/finder symbol on it. Now, I try not to panic, and camly put the Mac OS X install disk 1 in. I boot to it. Here is the fun part. I boot to disk utility. It scans for drives. One drive found: The CD/DVD combo drive. Uh oh. So... What happened to my Hard Drive? Did it go walkabout? or did one of the following happen: 1. The Drive Controller, or part of the motherboard is screwed (Worst case scenario) 2. There is a loose cable. (Best case scenario) 3. The Drive is dead (Probaly what happened) So, which one is it? The drive didn't have that many important files on it. There were some MP3s, which are also on our windows desktop computer, some downloads which can be redone. Thats about it. Everything important was backed up. So, in the case of scenario 3; could I get a replacement drive from Apple? Thanks in advance for your help.