Hi! This is my first post here, and in advance I'd like to thank you guys here at MacRumors for all the help you've (unknowingly) given me in the past; you guys are awesome! So, my hard drive is failing, and said something about internal node something-or-other in Disk Utility. I borrowed Diskwarrior from my friend, it created a new directory but couldn't replace because- "The new directory cannot replace the original directory because of a disk malfunction. A disk malfunction is a failure of or damage to any mechanical component of the disk devices or any component connected to it. The malfunction will likely worsen. Therefore, recovering your files from the DiskWarrior Preview as quickly as possible is essential." Which, heh, was nice to know. The computer is still working, with nothing noticeable, but.. I was wondering about replacing my hard drive. I have a late 2008 Aluminum Unibody 13-inch 2.0 Ghz 160GB MacBook (no modifications/additions made since I bought it). After researching, this looks like the best one to me (but I'm not sure, I'm not really a hardware guy) - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148374 If there's a better one, or some miracle fix to my HDD (which, even if there was, I might replace anyway; I'd enjoy more room and it'd be great for Boot Camp), please let me know! On a side note, I was wondering about upgrading RAM as well (I only have the standard 2GB). I found this - http://www.datamemorysystems.com/_memory-information/DM50_222.asp - but I was wondering if this was the best, or if it would be cheaper/more efficient to buy and use two 1GB sticks instead (maybe buying them from newegg as well, to save money, but I'm not sure what to buy from there). Thanks! -KGator P.S. I started finding all this out (the failing HDD) because I went to partition my drive to use Boot Camp, and it didn't work. If I remember correctly, wasn't there a problem with Windows and extra RAM, or has that been resolved?