Hi all, I have an annoying problem with my Macbook Pro, and can't seem to find others with the problem (I have looked and googled, its happened for a while). Problem: When I restart my macbook pro (C2D 2.33 15"), the computer won't boot, the sleep light just sits there. If I force shut down (holding down apple+alt+power), and then turn it back on, it still won't boot. To get it up and running again, I have to leave it off for an hour, and it boots back on fine. It first happened when I was in SanFran for WWDC, installing the leopard WWDC beta (as ironic as that is). What Ive tested: * Replaced the battery * Done all the apple shortcuts (clear the PRAM etc. etc.) a few times * Removed the battery and tried powering while plugged in * Installed the latest bios updates (which was scary cause it needed to reboot to flash the bios, and of course the problem struck, but luckily I left it for an hour, then turned it on, and it flashed) * Formatted multiple times * At first I thought it was when CD's were in the drive, but it happens regardless Has anyone seen or had this problem before? It is driving me nuts, especially when updates come out that require a reboot. I do have applecare, but unfortunately a family member spilt some water on the computer about 6 months before it started happening, so I am scared to take it in and loose applecare (while it makes applecare seem useless, I can still use it if I have problems with batteries or power adapters). Any help would be GREAAAAATLY appreciated.