Hi. I have a huge problem. I bought my first mac in July last year. A beautiful and stable white macbook. Coming from a Windows world, the MacOs was a tremendous change. I love my computer and my life became so much easier. That was until August. Just one month after the warranty expired my hard drive (Seagate) died. I don't have Apple care so, besides losing my data (thank god I had the most important stuff backed up), being very upset for a few days and try to recover the data (I didn't do it, because it was so expensive and there was almost no hope, because of the click sound in my HD) I bought a bigger HD and thought my problems were over. But yesterday, my mac freezes, doing nothing out of the ordinary. I tried every way to reboot but nothing worked. I waited for the problem to solve itself but nothing. So, I had to remove the battery (I did this once before in a similar situation). The computer shut down but never woke up. Now my mac is dead, I push the power button and nothing happens. No sound, no lights, nothing. The light on the magsafe is off. The battery is charged (3/5). I'm afraid the logic board died. I checked the RAM modules and the HD but they seem fine and in place. Do you think it could be anything else or it sounds like a Logic board problem? Because I'm scared that it would be very expensive and I've already paid a lot for this computer (here in my country they cost about US$1500, and that's the macbook white with superdrive, not even the macbook pro). I'm very sad and I don't know what to do. But I'm still in love with macs Thanks.