Hey Folks Long time reader, first time poster, owner of many MBs I have a wonderful machine. It's a late 2013, MBP with NVIDIA 750M, 4960HQ., SSD etc. Out of nowhere, this morning, when I went to wake my machine, it wouldn't turn on. I figured it was dead by some fluke, but I knew it shouldn't be. Then I noticed that the keyboard backlight was on, so the machine was on. I turned it off, figuring it was some strange occurrence. When I tried to turn it back on, I couldn't. So I did the ol' vulcan pinch (shift, control, option, power) and reset everything. After about 15 seconds, it turned back on, 40% power, but on the black screen with the apple, I noticed a TON of snow and artifacts. So it ultimately turns back on and I go back about my business. 10 minutes later, it suddenly goes black. Same deal as before. Finally get it booted again. Then I notice whenever I put it to sleep, it does the same thing. I tried to search for display snow, but sadly there's a OS you all may have heard of with "snow" in the title, so I couldn't get any leads. I'm obviously out of warranty and I know the NVIDIA problem was for older machines (I had one of them - though funnily enough, didn't have the NVIDIA problem). I can't imagine it's a connector, because it happens so suddenly. Everything is up to date. It wasn't dropped or damaged and worked perfectly yesterday. No changes, nothing. Is this just hardware failing? A connection? A firmware issue? Software?