Hello, I hope this is the correct place to post. I'm having some serious problems with my Macbook Pro which seems to be related to the HD. I'm not sure what caused it exactly - was just browsing the web as usual when some programs suddenly started closing down, the icons on the Desktop moved to the other side of the screen, and the trackpad stopped working. I forced the laptop off and when it restarted the screen was blank (grey), then the Apple icon appeared and didn't boot further, so I restarted again. The screen was blank again, and after some time a folder icon appeared in the centre of the screen with a question mark in it. I tried to boot from the Snow Leopard DVD (10.6), looked at 'Disk Utilities' to see if I could perform a repair on the HD - but no HD was detected. I Googled around and tried a different method, involving opening the terminal on startup (cmd + s), checking the Harddrive that way, but only the DVD was detected. I tried again without the DVD inserted and I can't access the terminal at all. So there we are - Mac won't boot, HD appears to be nonexistent, worried about losing everything on there, and if I'll ever get it back Is this fixable at all? Do I need a whole new HD? Can I at least salvage the files from the dodgy HD somehow? I would really appreciate any help, thank you!