I have a 13" MacBook running Leopard that has worked fine for a while. However, when I woke up from a nap the other day and woke it up from standby, all the programs started freezing. I rebooted it and it showed the blue screen with the apple on it and the spinning circle down at the bottom for about 10 seconds then shut off. It did this several times after resetting the PRAM etc. I tried putting in the Leopard install disk but it the disk wouldn't mount in order for me to re-install the OS. I don't have an external hard drive or anything of the sort sans an i80-gig iPod. The most I have is a desktop PC running XP. I have quite a few purchased iTunes songs on there as well as other files that I would like to recover. Is there any way to repair the hard drive (unlikely) or at least get my files off it and onto another hard drive?