Hello, I was curious if apple would be able to fix my issue. First I want to say before you read further, no, my macbook is not stolen, nor would I have ever steal something. (Truthful. But not that it matters to say on a forum or website. anyone could lie, i suppose.). My Macbook I got a few years ago was working perfect. I bought it second hand because it was cheaper. Long ago from a friend in a different state because he didn't like apple's OS after trying it, or some reason like that. Anyways... I put an efi password on it a long while back and I can't remember it. If you've read about these topics, then that's obviously what most of the people will say. Anyways, I obviously know I can't get it unlocked without receipt, sadly. And my ssd inside was acting buggy. And now I can't boot into recovery mode to fix it due to forgotten EFI. The Macbook is a 2013 Model, No disk drive. Its been registered to my Apple ID, would apple be able to fix it if that's all I got? I know you need a receipt, but if its been registered to my apple ID (the serial), I could just take the SSD out and put it in another Macbook but I only have one 2013 model and I don't have one I can put the pcie ssd memory stick into, otherwise I would. Unless I could request the receipt from apple but I doubt it due to I'm not the original purchaser. I can't ask the guy/my friend because I moved and don't really remember his contact details, sadly. I'm only 25 so I didn't save or get what I should of when I bought it because I didn't think that far head. when i got it so long ago. Thank you for reading. Originally posted on the apple support pages, not many replied. I used one because I didn't want my brother trying to mess with my PC because he always tries to overwrite my password or delete my whole OS.After a while i forgot it existed. It's a retina, so there is no way to unlock it sadly. I just was curious if the macbook being connected to my apple ID since I had it would work as a type of proof. Because if it was stolen the thief would not of been able to register it. Mines been registered on mine so I know its not stolen.