I got a new macbook today, with two install disks - one for OS X, and one for Applications. I started the computer and went through the set up process, then installed the OS X disk. Once it started going, I realized that the disks were probably if I ever needed to reinstall the programs, as all of the applications were already there. I tried to just eject the disk, and when that didn't work I turned the computer off. When it brought me back to the start up screen, I chose the original icon to restart and the computer booted up just fine. However, I now keep getting a pop up that Spotlight won't load. I don't even know what that is. Should I go ahead and reinstall the Applications and OS X disks just to be on the safe side?