I've been looking out for a replacement for my wife's iBook, so when I heard about the Toys R Us clearance, I went down. I was shown a Macbook which was a bit grubby and had a key missing, but it was running fine, the serial number & specs matched what was on the box etc. I then paid for the machine and signed the form accepting that these goods were supplied with a 90 day warranty from the store in case it was faulty. Anyway, what I hadn't noticed was that the battery was faulty. Its been run down or not charged for a few days, so now isn't recognised by the machine. I've tried the troubleshooting from the Apple support section, but nothing has worked. So, I was just wondering where I stand? Putting the serial number in to the Apple site reckons the Macbook was purchased last July and is therefore out of warranty. Toys R Us are saying that they can't do anything to help. So, have I only myself to blame here? Do I just have to accept my mistake and pony up the cash for a replacement battery? Or do i still have one year's Applecare on the device given I have a receipt from a few days ago? Any advice? Apart from paying more attention obviously! Thanks, Mikey.