Hello everyone, So I have a 13 inch macbook pro from 2010 operating Mac OSX. My Girlfriend managed to drop it once or twice about a year ago, but it had been working just fine until a couple of months ago. I started getting Kernel Panics (that screen that says I should restart the computer), and I followed the instructions on how to fix them. Eventually, because I kept getting the kernel panics, I just reinstalled the entire mac OS software, which worked well enough for a couple of months. I started getting Kernel panics again recently, and they became more and more frequent until eventually, when I tried to restart my computer, it would take ages to boot into mac and then I couldn`t type anything when I wanted to log on (I was stuck on the log in screen). I wanted to try and fix it with the CD again, but I had the same problem with the CD as I had when trying to boot mac OS (Took a very long time and then reached language preferences but couldn`t type anything or select anything) Oddly enough, it works like a dream when I boot with windows 7 using bootcamp (I`m using that right now). I`m pretty sure it`s a hardware problem, as I said, I had just reinstalled the mac OS software. It`s not the hard disk because until right before the mac os gave up the ghost, I had done a disk utility check and everything seemed OK. I read on another thread that it could be the logic board failing? Is that expensive to replace? Any useful ideas or comments would be great!