So, a few days ago, my Macbook freaked out. I have only owned it for about 1 month. I looked up the error on mac.com and it said that it is a kernel panic. It froze and said I needed to restart my computer. Now, it says this everytime I reboot and attempt to load Macbook. I've tried the following: Going into safemode using shift Resetting the PRAM with Option-Apple-P-R Opening the Open Firmware with Option-Apple-O-F Booting from the install disks. This boots to a light blue screen and goes no farther. (Apple sent me replacement DVDs, but they had the same problem.) The only thing that has worked the way it is supposed to is the Hardware check from the install cds (which is run by holding 'D' while booting the DVD). Also, I have a Windows Vista partition on this same computer with Boot Camp. It is still working just fine. Any help that anyone can give would be very much appreciated. Also, if anyone knows of a good way to get my data backed up without using Apple install disks, that would be helpful as well.