Question: I have a MacBook Air, Late 2010 model. 64GB SSD. 2gb ram. It randomly just shut off on me yesterday, it will not turn on. The power light indicator will come on if I plug it up. I tried to do all the resets, and I got nothing. No sound, nothing on the screen. Zilch. Is it possible just the keyboard is bad? Or do you think it's fried? Is there any way to test this? Which leads me to my ultimate question. Worst case scenario and this is fried, I need to get my files off of my hard drive. I have tons and tons of school work on there. If I buy a 2012 MacBook Air and take the hard drive out of my 2010 and put it in the 2012 long enough to save my files to a jump drive would that work? Or am I playing with fire trying to tear into a brand new laptop like that? But I have to have my files off of the MacBook Air. I have resumes, my statement letter to law school, etc, etc. eBooks. What is the best solution to this situation? I appreciate y'ls help! Thanks! ---------- And just another bit of information. I've really enjoyed my MacBook Air, but I'm not opposed to the MacBook Pro. Would you all recommend the 8GB Air or 8GB+ Pro? Suggestions?