So my Macbook Pro Didn't wake up when opening it up, after it was left on "sleep" over night. (it was not plugged in to the wall outlet over night) in the morning i open it up and hear the fans spinning , harddrive making noise but plain black screen... tried restarting it... nothing . no chime, only superdrive noise and black screen with the "sleep light" on.. fans spinning, harddrive working but pitch black screen. took it to apple, hoping it would be the Nvidia issue, that apple is doing a free replacement to the motherboards, but that idea was turned down by the apple tech.. Tried many things ,.. tried to restore PRAM.. taking the battery out.. probably all of the possible options that are meant to be tried by a book. after everything failed, I decided to take it apart. got the motherboard out, wanted to take out the CPU? (thinking perhaps it could reset something?) ... it seems soldered to the board.?... I ve read somewhere that sometimes it simply comes back to life? I don't really feel like spending Lots of $$ on "faulty" to begin with motherboards. (MIND YOU, my motherboard WAS ALREADY REPLACED BEFORE ( due to a different issue tho..)....) is there a fix to this? or a time will tell... i have it all apart currently... don't feel like putting it back together without doing something to it that could "resurrect" it .... any input is greatly appreciated.