I've got a nasty issue with my 13-mo. old MacBook. I'm pretty sure it's a dead logic board and possibly a dead hard drive, which I really, really, really hope not as I don't have backups of everything on the drive. I just upgraded to Leopard this past week and did a clean install so not all of my stuff is setup yet. Power adapter and battery are inserted. All 3rd party peripherals and RAM have been removed. MacBook does not chime at boot. The screen flickers, but stays black. If I hold down the power button then try to let it boot the light on the front right flashes constantly (like when it's sleeping but a faster pace), like a turn signal on a car. I can hear the cd-rom drive whining but everything else is dead silent. I've done everything here with the exception of calling Apple. http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=303234 I've also tried FW Target Disk Mode, but the MacBook drive does not show up. I've done everything I can think of and I'm out of ideas at this point. Additionally, there's a cd-rom (Tiger Restore CD) stuck in the drive. Holding down the mouse button during restart does not eject this CD. Where is the force eject button (I see no pinhole)? I have business documents, emails, etc. that I HAVE TO get off this hard drive. How can I do it? I don't have a 2.5" drive enclosure but if that will solve the situation I will pick one up asap.