Hey guys, A while ago I've posted a thread about my wife's MBP (2011, non retina) that she uses for freelance work all the time. The issue was the HDD cable that got damaged and made MBP behave in a weird way. We've ordered a replacement and it fixed all the issues. Until yesterday. We are right now freelancing/traveling and ended up in India. It was a 10 hour flight and the laptop behaved as usual a whole day after we landed, but closer to the evening it started displaying the "question mark folder". I found a bunch of topics here about how to fix it. There was no bootable CD here of course and we had to wait six (!) hours for the internet repair utility to download itself. I went to Disk Utility right on and it did not display the MacHD at all. We have a samsung SSD installed, and it was working great all this time. So I thought that this is an issue with the cable again and wanted to open the mac to try and isolate it with electric tape (worked as temporary solution the last time). Spent half a day to find and buy a screwdriver to get inside, and found that it does not matter how I bend the cable, mac always boots with question mark folder. So we need the mac to do some work, and it's urgent, and there's no place I can take it here to get repaired. Any suggestions about what to do? Try heating the cable maybe to "heal" possible micro cracks? Or could it be the SSD issue? The scenario was like this: we worked at a restaurant, closed a laptop, I've put it in my backpack, we walked 10 min to the hotel, opened it up and it was off (not sleeping). Starting it lead to "question mark folder". I would appreciate any help. Thanks!