1.) I can't seem to play a virtual game on my laptop, I got this laptop for college & some gaming but this virtual world game runs fine on my parents iMac and the iMac was a late 2009 24" 2.66 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo. 4GB 1067 MHz DDR3. For some reason, it won't run properly on this laptop and it's an i5. My laptop specs are: 15.4 Macbook Pro 2010 Intel Core i5 4GB Memory 320GB hard drive1 SD card slot Built-in battery (8-9 hour)b Intel HD Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M with 256MB And the game requirements is: Download for Mac OS X System Requirements: Mac running OS X 10.4.10 or newer with 512MB RAM (1GB recommended) and a video card with 128MB VRAM or more. So can anyone tell me what's going on there? Thanks. 2.) When I first got my macbook pro 15" i5 2.4 ghz 4gb ram, the count cycle was 2 and coconut battery states its 3 months old, so when I purchased it, while at the apple store I opened it there it had 2 cycle counts. So far I've used 6 cycle counts, is that okay? Here's my info: Charge Information: Charge remaining (mAh): 6925 Fully charged: Yes Charging: No Full charge capacity (mAh): 6925 Health Information: Cycle count: 8 Condition: Normal Battery Installed: Yes Amperage (mA): 0 Voltage (mV): 12521 And coconutbattery states: Are all these okay? 3.) I was just doing simple safari work, youtubing, and ichat. Just about 20-30 minutes I've always used istat nano widget from dashboard to monitor my temperature usage, then I just wanted to check my temperature if it's okay cos it was getting warm (not hot) just warm. And suddenly I saw GPU Diode -127F, I immediately surfed the web to see if it's a normal reading, I couldn't find much so I decided to restart my computer. Mind you, I just got this Mid-2010 macbook pro 15" i5 like 2 weeks ago so I figured there shouldn't be any problems and it's not a refurbish one either. Brand new. Anyways, back on topic, I saw the GPU Diode -127F, I restarted my laptop and the GPU Diode is gone. SO I read up some forums, saying the istat nano widget might be outdated so I got rid of it and reinstalled the new version 3 istat pro menu up at the menu bar because I bought it for $16. They make you pay for it now after 14 days so I figured why not since it's updated and you pay for it, probably better quality. So far I haven't seen the GPU Diode, I was just wondering if anyone has had that with the istat nano widget. Is it something I should bring to the apple store to check anything? Since this is my first mac and all, tend to worry especially when it's an almost 2k worth of machine. I even called up apple and the guy said it's fine but the minus sign do worry me quite a bit. 15" MBP Mid-2010 i5.