Hi Guys, My poor lil MBP appears to have died and is either refusing to wake, or the graphics are screwed.. I was using this evening, closed it, re-opened and it and now the screen won't come up. Things i have attempted thus far: 1) Power it off, remove battery, reinsert and boot. MBP then boots, chimes but the screen never powers up (sleep light was staying on (but not pulsating) and is now off) volume keys work and the ambient light sensors were dimming the sleep light when it stayed on. 2) Connecting an external monitor which finds no signal. 3) Resetting PRAM/NVRAM. I'm thinking the graphics card must be fried as it isn't sending out a signal through DVI. I think i'm still covered with Apple Care but the big deal is getting my work! I have adverts for 50 Cent that need to go out tomorrow and i need this machine for work, everything's on it! I don't have a FW400 cable here at home but if i connect it to another mac via target-disk mode, should i still be able to retrieve my data tomorrow? How's the best way to go about this?! Are there any ways of determining whether or not it's the 8600M GT that's fried? Thanks, Dave.