HI everyone. I own a MacBook pro 15inch, early 2011. Over the last years, I have experienced some issues with the laptop, these have been worsening and increasing over time, the issues have been: -Problems with a black screen when opening the laptop. -Intermediate graphic distortions, this has only happened twice. Then one week ago, I experienced the same graphic distortions as earlier, except this time the graphics did not resolve itself and after 10 seconds the MacBook shut down. Now every time I start it, there are the same graphics distortions, and then the login screen comes followed by a grey screen. I believe that the problem with my MacBook Pro is this one: http://www.apple.com/uk/support/macbookpro-videoissues/ I have handed my computer in to the Apple certified retailer: Humac. They ran a test on it, which found a problem with the Graphics part of the MacBook, and said that the Logic board needed to be changed to fix this problem. When I asked if the “Repair extension program” would cover my MacBook they said no, because they had found a single chip on the Logic board, which was missing its cover and apparently had some rust on it, See Attached Picture, the chip is in the lover left corner Next to the fan. Now my question is this: Are they right in that the Program does not cover as the MacBook has the “defect” chip? Or is this chip just some random finding they have found and claim is the problem? Even though I am not mad, I do feel like my MacBook has a known issues which fits very well with its current problem, and that they just found some random “defect” which they blame it on to avoid a free repair. Hope this understandable, I will appreciate every little bit of help. Sincerely Danjal.