I woke up this morning and discovered my macbook pro frozen. I did a hard restart and was greeted with a dark gray shade with a "You need to restart" message. I restarted, again, and was greeted with the same message. I decided to power it down and let it set. Fifteen minutes later, I powered the laptop back up and it booted up fine. I decided to let it set and watch it for a bit. Not very long after, the computer froze again and I have been unable to get it to boot regularly since. I tried to boot via the OSX Leopard install disc, but I get the same restart message. The only thing I can successfully do is boot into Safe Mode. I repaired the disk permission in safe mode and reset the PRAM. I also got a report that reads "Kernel Trap at 0x3d908612, type 14 = page fault" and some other numbers. However, I'm still stuck in this loop of restarting, seeing the gray apple and the pinwheel, the pinwheel freezing and the shade and restart message appearing. Can anyone help? Operating System: OS X 10.5.6 17-inch Macbook Pro (mid-2007) Also, not sure if this is related, but my trackpad seems to be acting up, as well. It selects everything and you have to hit the mouse button very hard to get it to respond.