Hello everyone. I received a brand new MacBook Pro from an insurance company as part of a claim. By the time it arrived I had bought another one, so I put the Macbook provided by the insurance company on eBay to sell. A buyer from London won the auction and I sent it to him. For reasons I won't go into he changed his mind and sent it back for a refund. He told me that he had opened just the box to check the spec. On receiving the Macbook back I opened the brown packaging box to find that he had indeed removed the clear sellophane from around the Macbook white box. When I opened the white Apple box I could also see that he had taken the Macbook out of it's clear 'envelope' style wrapping because he had put it back upside down and the wrapping looked like it had been tampered with. I also noticed that the sticker/label attached to the clear wrappers' lift up tab had torn a little. What I don't know is if he went any firther and turned on the Macbook and even started or completed the registration process. I have sold the Macbook (again) to a friend of mine who is picking it up tomorrow. He knows that it is brand new and has been partly opened but he is not expecting it to have been turned on. I want this sale to go through smoothly and for my friend to not discover any suprises. I will have to take the Macbook out of it's clear envelope wrapping and turn it around and stick the wrapping down again so that it is back to how Apple originally packaged it but I want to know if there is a 'safe' way that I can check to see if the previous buyer turned it on and possibly went through the registration process without me actually effecting the process myself! Obviously I'm praying that he hasn't. I want to be able to check this but for me to not effect anything. Ultimately I need the new buyer to turn it on and it be as Apple intended with the start of the registration process taking place, without my friend thinking "Hang on a second... has this been used?". Thanks for any help. It would be MUCH appreciated before the end of today.