Hey everyone I have a late 2008 Macbook Aluminum and Glass with the 2GHz intel core 2 duo processor, 128GB Samsung SSD and 4GB of ram. I've been having issues with it for a few years now, but it has been usable for college. Last spring the trackpad quit working and has been okay other than that. When Yosemite came out I erased the HD and installed a fresh copy of Yosemite then dragged my flies from my time capsule onto my Macbook. This week it started acting up by getting super hot to the point where it hurts my hands to touch the bottom of the computer. Also, two days ago it restarted a few times and I get an error saying "your computer restarted because there was a problem" along with getting the beachball very frequently. Yesterday it was okay other than the fact that it had white bars scrolling on the screen when I restarted it. I'm becoming really worried about the stability of my computer and don't know if I should go pick up a new MB because I cannot risk having my computer crash during finals. Do you guys have any suggestions for how to fix it or should I just go pick up a new MB? I wanted to make it last until new MacBooks are released, but I guess I might not be able to do that. Any help would be much appreciated!!